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  1. Experimenting with new fabrics & your thoughts on the Lifetime Guarantee

    I would love to see some new bags in new materials even though they would carry a more limited warranty, and I donít believe that would damage the reputation or brand. I am thinking about the cork...
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    I am scrambling to keep our family music...

    I am scrambling to keep our family music education business alive and pay our employees while schools are shut down (this is normally our busiest time of the year and schools are our main customers)...
  3. Thread: Ireland in October

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    Lovely photos of Norní Iron! We are staying at...

    Lovely photos of Norní Iron! We are staying at Bushmills Inn next week! Howís the weather been? Looks a bit chilly and rainy


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  4. Thread: Ireland in October

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    Good choice! I hope you have a wonderful time. I...

    Good choice! I hope you have a wonderful time. I love Ireland.


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  5. Thread: Ireland in October

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    I am headed to Ireland in a week too! ...

    I am headed to Ireland in a week too!

    Regarding the car: I am going to recommend automatic if you can find one for a reasonable fee, in order to remove a stress variable. My husband is Irish but...
  6. Thread: Bike commuting!

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    Bike commuting!

    @allanorn,
    Lovely bike! There is a local bike store that sells Bromptons so I took one for a spin a few weeks ago. It rode great. I hadnít thought about asking them if they ever do rentals. I did...
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    Sorry about the hip! And that is a good...

    Sorry about the hip! And that is a good suggestion about the cap under the helmet. I never would have thought of that.


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    Just give those coyotes time! We've got them all...

    Just give those coyotes time! We've got them all over our neighborhood, but they mainly eat rabbits and pet cats. :eek:

    I too am trying to decide if it's possible to squeeze in a 5:30am gym class...
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    This roadrunner is a big bird, a couple of feet...

    This roadrunner is a big bird, a couple of feet long including the tail, and makes a cooing sound like a dove. I never knew that. Saw him a couple of days ago with a lizard in his mouth, running to a...
  10. Thread: Bike commuting!

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    @Bogiesan, thanks for the "performance trike"...

    @Bogiesan, thanks for the "performance trike" recommendation. No idea what that is, but I'll look it up!

    I've been looking at Bromptons and Bike Fridays as my top two choices, but I'm a long way...
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    Bike commuting!

    >>>>> ETA: Can a mod please correct the spelling of 'COMMUTING" in this title? THANK YOU!

    Inspired by the "We should not be flying" thread, I decided to rethink my transportation choices and try...
  12. Thread: Digital Journaling

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    Hi @bchaplin, Some other things for you to...

    Hi @bchaplin,

    Some other things for you to consider:

    OneNote, while not a journaling app per se, can definitely be used as one. It is fantastic for handwriting, it will OCR your handwriting,...
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    I am the one who recommended that lightweight...

    I am the one who recommended that lightweight cooler in the other thread, and I still use and recommend it. It isnít leakproof, but that is easily solved by putting the contents in a ziplock to...
  14. Aeronaut 30 vs 45 vs Western Flyer (for TWO bag travel)

    I don't have any great advice for you, but I just wanted to compliment you on that really cool old suitcase. :)

    But I will share my thoughts as long as I'm here. I have both an Aeronaut 30 and a...
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    If it isnít wet or visibly dirty under the seat,...

    If it isnít wet or visibly dirty under the seat, I never worry about it. I havenít caught any diseases from my bag, as far as I know.

    Seems to me the dirtiest part of the airline floor is not the...
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    In my case, living in Texas with kids/grandkids...

    In my case, living in Texas with kids/grandkids in the distant Northeast, anything but plane travel is unfeasible from a timing standpoint. It would add days of travel time (and hardship) that we...
  17. @fredlet, thanks for the stylebook...

    @fredlet, thanks for the stylebook recommendation! Cool app!


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    I donít own a ristretto so I canít help you...

    I donít own a ristretto so I canít help you there, but my first instinct for your load (which doesnít sound that big) was the copilot which you donít like. I have carried my Surface Pro in the...
  19. I have two side effects that get way more use...

    I have two side effects that get way more use than my side kick. The side kick will fit my Rocketbook notebook though, so I do carry it sometimes. I tend to put my tethered items in the pockets below...
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    That stress of having more than one beloved bag...

    That stress of having more than one beloved bag is a feeling I can totally identify with! In my life before Tom Bihn, I too used to carry a single bag until it wore out. My last one was a BBP...
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    Thoughts on Ulysses writing app?

    I use Scrivener to plan out content for websites, to write and organize books and guides, and as an organizing tool for projects of any size. I love that Scrivener accepts any sort of file...
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    I havenít used Ulysses, but I am a big fan of...

    I havenít used Ulysses, but I am a big fan of Scrivener. I have read various comparisons between the two. Here is a good review: https://zapier.com/blog/ulysses-scrivener/


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    Aeronaut 30 as Personal Item?

    I would say continue to use the Smart Alec as your personal item, as it has the capacity to strap things on it to increase its volume, yet it still looks/fits like a personal item. I like to clip my...
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    Tips on flying American

    https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20190224/8cb6254c74ba919b30516814276732bc.jpg here is my WF under the seat in coach on this AA flight. Small plane with 2 seats on each side. There were lots of...
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    I fly American always, and have not had any...

    I fly American always, and have not had any issues fitting my WF or A30 under any of the seats (even with an AV box) or getting overhead space when I bring a bigger bag. I canít speak for all...
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