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  1. Thread: Paris! By train

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    The A30 is loaded! It is too heavy for the summer...

    The A30 is loaded! It is too heavy for the summer trip at 8.3kg, but for that trip I will not have to carry my computer or many of the cables, and honestly will pack fewer clothes. I have more now...
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    I have never heard this - do you have sources? ...

    I have never heard this - do you have sources? Does it mean that 30% of meat animals are bred to be fed to dogs and cats? That seems extremely high to me.

    We all need to both educate ourselves...
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    I think it's worth looking into how to put a bag...

    I think it's worth looking into how to put a bag in bag.. Or, instead of the packing cube, if you had a packing cube shoulder bag or backpack? The bad thing about putting your snake charmer in...
  4. Thread: Paris! By train

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    OK, I found that I have an IKEA lunch bag and...

    OK, I found that I have an IKEA lunch bag and another picnic bag that may do for a food bag - they are nylon, lightweight, made of similar material to the big blue bags they have, waterproof. One...
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    What about that Baggu bag? Can that be your...

    What about that Baggu bag? Can that be your second bag? Or, could you put the snake charmer inside something like a Side Effect/Side Kick (unsure on the sizes...)
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    Another A30 sized packing cube made from my...

    Another A30 sized packing cube made from my useless IKEA shoe bag! I used mesh I have in my fabric stash for the lid, and some light blue gingham ribbon to bind the seams. Below is an inside and an...
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    I think packing cubes are your answer, inside the...

    I think packing cubes are your answer, inside the Ego. They will give you structure and organization. Maybe a packing cube briefcase or the work stuff.
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    Amazing what happens when you treat people well...

    Amazing what happens when you treat people well and give them a way to have a meaningful job -- I am very happy that TB has all the manufacturing, design and sales in the same building, where there...
  9. Thread: Coyote Ugly?

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    We have a coyote A45 and have used it extensively...

    We have a coyote A45 and have used it extensively for about 4 years. No problems with dirt.
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    Thanks, appreciate the links.

    Thanks, appreciate the links.
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    12 inch macbook in co-pilot?

    Hi, does anyone have a 12 inch MacBook and a co-pilot? I know that the pilot is the laptop bag but it's a trifle bigger than I want, and I wondered if my little laptop would fit. According to the...
  12. That is a very fine job in a very fine-looking...

    That is a very fine job in a very fine-looking bag! I see you've squished out the exterior pockets to favour the interior space. I wonder if you could zip one side and fit the sleeping bag into the...
  13. Thread: Paris! By train

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    I like those packable backpacks but not with the...

    I like those packable backpacks but not with the A30 -- I really think a small ZTSB would be perfect for but that's not happening yet, I'll probably just use a regular packable nylon bag. Although...
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    @organicfarmer, this is really interesting, thank...

    @organicfarmer, this is really interesting, thank you very much for posting. In my town there's a Facebook group where local farmers post what they have and you post back to them how much you would...
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    Sticky: The Western Flyer is the bag I really want. I...

    The Western Flyer is the bag I really want. I think it's the name.
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    Petros, from what I have read we are not certain...

    Petros, from what I have read we are not certain to reach the tipping point you refer to (though it is probable). In the meantime, if I have even a slim chance to help, I'm going to take it. ...
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    OK, well then, I have a suggestion (which you can...

    OK, well then, I have a suggestion (which you can feel free to trash since it's from Someone Random On the Internet (SROTI?)) -- why don't you just pick a city, like Riga or wherever, and make that...
  18. Thread: Minimergency Kits

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    My kits are: -- sewing kit in a teeny mini...

    My kits are:
    -- sewing kit in a teeny mini ziplock bag -- a bit of felt with three needles, a thimble, a thread braid (the kind with precut lengths in many colours), two safety pins, some buttons,...
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    Sticky: That is... not OK. I'm sorry for the destruction...

    That is... not OK. I'm sorry for the destruction of your bag.
  20. Thread: Paris! By train

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    I just figured out that I can route through...

    I just figured out that I can route through Stockholm on the way back and thus spend Friday evening and Saturday morning in Paris, yes please :-) Total travel time with good connections about...
  21. We have A45 and A30. I have carried the A30 by...

    We have A45 and A30. I have carried the A30 by shoulder strap, when necessary, but I find it bulky, as others have said, and would think a duffel would be preferable for your situation probably -- I...
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    Who amongst us does not wish for a scootcase? ...

    Who amongst us does not wish for a scootcase?

    BUT -- the tired child does not want to scoot. It wants to sit. So the Trunki still wins in my book.

    @Sydneygirl, good luck!!!
  23. Thread: Paris! By train

    by ejvc
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    Paris! By train

    I'm going for a 2-day work conference in Paris - by train. The conference is Thursday-Friday. I leave 08.10 Wednesday morning from my little town. My itinerary is my town - Gothenburg - Copenhagen...
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    Oh yeah, silly me forgot that you had got the...

    Oh yeah, silly me forgot that you had got the Trunkis. Well, if the kids have a Trunki that all will definitely fit and you will have plenty of room for gifts and souvenirs!
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    @Petros.Kyrillos -- these terrible facts are what...

    @Petros.Kyrillos -- these terrible facts are what we hear. I've heard something else too: that we don't need to have hope, we need to have courage. No grownups are going to do the right thing --...
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