We’re working late on a new design.
But we can’t show it to you. Yet.
Riley and Ichiro (office dogs) insisted that we make time off, so we went to a little park overlooking the Duwamish River, just minutes away from our Seattle factory. (Tomorrow is the Duwamish River Festival.)
Have a good weekend. We’ll see you next week.
“I’m new to the Tom Bihn phenomenon, but am having a blast being a part of it. My first piece in my “to-be-curated” collection is the Field Journal. My wife purchased it for me a couple of months back after I talked on-and-on about it.
We recently took a trip to Lake Tahoe where I was able to put the Journal to the test. It was amazing. I use the Journal to collect the various bits of media I like to create. I do a bit of watercolor, photography, journaling, and general collecting of interesting detritus. I really love putting these collections together to create a story. The Field Journal is a wonderful platform that provides stability and flexibility.
Here you can see the extent of my equipment that traveled in the Journal:
Read the full review by Jpenrod in the TOM BIHN Forums.
One of the things we appreciate most about our new location in the Georgetown district of Seattle is our proximity to the Lower Duwamish River. We can grab tacos from a truck and head over to a park overlooking the river for lunch to see osprey, otters, and herons. The Duwamish River does need our help: in 2001, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) listed the Lower Duwamish River as a federal Superfund site. That’s where the Duwamish River Cleanup Coalition comes in. And this Saturday, the DRCC will host the Duwamish River Festival, a multilingual educational festival focused on the health of the river and its surrounding communities. Enjoy a walk-bike-paddle event, music and dance performances, food, kids’ art activities, kayak and boat rides, amongst other cool stuff.
Will we see you (Seattle folk) there? We hope so. It should be lots of fun.
Rita posted the following photo and trip report on our Facebook wall:
“Right, Aeronaut was amazing on the first trip. Was pretty heavy as I had everything I need for the next 5 days in it including pc. Still pretty comfortable to carry. Now, piece of advice for any academic travelling for conferences in North America from Heathrow: self check-in can look suspicious no matter how much Heathrow tries to make you believe it’s for your convenience. Maybe the poster tube, the boots, no checked-in luggage and only ONE carry-on didn’t help my case either, me being a girl and all…They do work on stereotypes.”