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    Brain Bag in Washington DC

    Just wanted to say that the Brain Bag has been very helpful for runs to the store while our neighborhood was impassible to motor vehicles after the snowstorm. Throw on the Brain Bag and skis and there in no time and carried all the provisions we needed.

    Plow came through last night but streets are still a mess so we walked down today.

    Sorry, forgot to take photos and didn't save the list of stuff we bought....but we are supposed to get more snow tonight, so I will try to remember next time.
    ID, Horizonal Brain Cell, Brain Bag, Ristretto (for macbook pro), Tristar, Synapse (dyneema)

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    I've seen so many posts from people in D.C. that I now scope out every bag I see on the Metro, hoping for a Tom Bihn sighting. :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Abita View Post
    I've seen so many posts from people in D.C. that I now scope out every bag I see on the Metro, hoping for a Tom Bihn sighting. :-)
    hi abita!

    welcome to the forum!

    surprisingly, the only place i've run into someone with a tom bihn bag was at san francisco airport as i went through security.

    i am almost always with one tom bihn bag or another around the dc metro area. i make it into dc more in the warmer months - we often go down to the waterfront and tompson's boat house in georgetown on saturday mornings. otherwise, i am around falls church, the tyson's area, and reston.

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