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    Quote Originally Posted by teresapoet View Post
    I didnít get any pictures of my TB bags that visited the factory showroom today (most stayed in the car), but hereís my daughter introducing her Grass Cubelet (containing Daniel Tiger figures) to some new bag friends - specifically a Dawn Cubelet and an Island Travel Cubelet.


    What a cutie! The First Aid Kit looks so big next to her! :-)

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    That Shadow Guide looks smashing! And what a great trip! I bet you ate well! ;)

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    Where did your TB bag go lately

    My Travel Cubelet worked very well holding the tall customs form tucked inside of our three stacked passports at the train station in Vancouver. After customs, I put the passports back into my (older style, larger) Passport Pouch, which fits easily into the TC. (I tested one of the newer larger Passport Pouches and found it fits too tightly into the TC for my tastes.)

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    just spent a couple of days in Hamburg with my S25 GE

    Where did your TB bag go lately-hh_03_16-1-jpg
    ...spread joy in your neighbourhood
    current bags: Smart Alec, Guide's Pack, Guide's Edition S25, Luminary 15, Daylight Backpack, Aeronaut 45, Tri-Star, Road Buddy 36, Daylight Briefcase, Small Yeoman Duffel, bits and pieces

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    My SCB at Tropicana Field in Saint Petersburg on Opening Day.


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    Small Cafe Bag in Deep Blue/Grass - Medium Cafe Bag in Alphaviolet/Cloud - Pop Tote in Olive - S19 in Deep Blue/Iberian; Side Kicks in Aubergine/Island Halcyon, Verde/Ultraviolet, and Black Halcyon/Island Halcyon - Side Effect in Nordic Halcyon/Northwest Sky Halcyon - S25 in Black Halcyon/Island Halcyon - S25 in Aubergine/Island Halcyon

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    Here are my Nordic Halcyon S19 and Side Kick in the Crowne Plaza hotel in Manchester, England this evening.


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    A wonderful and warm spring day at Lake Constance with my L15. Great carrying comfort for 9.5 miles.

    Where did your TB bag go lately-e150c0b1-7249-42df-b946-194e485efd79-jpeg
    ...spread joy in your neighbourhood
    current bags: Smart Alec, Guide's Pack, Guide's Edition S25, Luminary 15, Daylight Backpack, Aeronaut 45, Tri-Star, Road Buddy 36, Daylight Briefcase, Small Yeoman Duffel, bits and pieces

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    Enjoying the scenery while enjoying a beverage.




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    "Do one thing every day that scares you." - Eleanor Roosevelt
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    Co-pilot saw some sakura at Enoshima last month.




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    Where did your TB bag go lately-mc42-jpg
    A suitably Imperial coloured Synapse 25 at Milecastle 42 on Hadrian's Wall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lemming View Post
    A suitably Imperial coloured Synapse 25 at Milecastle 42 on Hadrian's Wall.
    I want to give that extra "likes" for the classical reference to go along with Hadrian's Wall!

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    Took my kids to children's A&E / urgent visit today (our regular doc closes at noon on Thursdays and yes, my kids always get sick on a Thursday!!!). We are lucky enough to have a children's hospital right in town- I suspect the phrase 'Children's Hospital' sounds quite serious but that's where you're sent if your regular doctor is closed and your kid has a mysterious rash, a fever, or other ailment.

    I think I'll do another post later about the contents but for now here's a pic of my trusty Parental Unit (EDC) and my L15, which is currently my Children's A&E go-bag.



    The L15 works really well for me in this role. The L 15 will never become so large as to be unwieldy, and being able to wear it on my back while managing all the other stuff makes it exactly what I want out of a hospital bag- it is unobtrusive and holds all the emergency stuff elegantly. My issue with it as an EDC (I carry a lot of small stuff and I don't want it all on top of each other) is moot here as I really only need to access the toy bag frequently and that sits right on top of the rest of the stuff.

    I am so happy I found a role my L15 excels in!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cristina View Post
    Took my kids to children's A&E / urgent visit today (our regular doc closes at noon on Thursdays and yes, my kids always get sick on a Thursday!!!). We are lucky enough to have a children's hospital right in town- I suspect the phrase 'Children's Hospital' sounds quite serious but that's where you're sent if your regular doctor is closed and your kid has a mysterious rash, a fever, or other ailment.

    I think I'll do another post later about the contents but for now here's a pic of my trusty Parental Unit (EDC) and my L15, which is currently my Children's A&E go-bag.
    Glad it wasnít anything too serious! I like the idea of a childrenís go-bag - it would be useful for times when I donít have time to pack/refill things for my kid in my primary bag. That might be a good use for one of the small zip top shop bags I pre-ordered.

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    Friday beers with my S19, which has become my daily driver until my L15 arrives in deep blue and coyote.

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    Amtrak from NYC. The L15 is perfect for schlepping around the city.
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