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  1. Haha bunchgrass, if I lived close to the factory,I would!
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    Hey dor -

    Have you applied for the bag expert job yet???
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    Thank you for your beautiful pictures with the various bags. I'm 4'11 (and 1/2)" and you really helped me make a decision between the Synapse 19 and 25.
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    Greetings dorayme,
    Is your avatar a picture of you and Tom? If it is, it's quite delightful.
    Cheers!
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    Hi dorayme,
    It's me, linenchicken, from Ravelry. I hope you don't mind me adding you to my friends list. I thought it would be easier to keep track of your TB "words of wisdom" this way! Thanks!
    gochicken (Andrea)
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    I talked with the lady at the LYS today about them. She's getting some HiyaHiya sharps in this coming week and put me on the waiting list for size 2-8. I was very pleased with the tips on what she showed me. I was wary of Knit Picks because of the horror stories I've heard about the cables. I do like you can get down to size 2 needles and the shorter 16" cables. Everything else, including the Addi, just didn't start with small enough needles for me - especially since I like to do magic loop on size 1 or 2 needles for socks.
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    Is that your knitting kit that they posted on the blog? It's amazing. I absolutely love it, and now I'm getting ideas for the extra pouches I have. I was already turning one of them into a notions holder. You also inspired me to finally look into getting a set of HiyaHiyas. Ironically, I also just got one of those little tiny clippers like you have, except mine's blue (TARDIS blue I'd like to think!)
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    Hello, I have a question about the Western Flyer. Do you know if the Western Flyer, packed, will fit under the airplane seat?
    Thank you,
    D
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    Thanks!! I suspect it's mostly because I hate the sun!
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    Are you on Ravelry under the same name? If so, we have something else in common!
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About dorayme
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I'm a Daughter of the King of Kings, married to the ONE, Rocky, and mommy of 3 precious Rays; Charmie, Mardie and ZE.
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tiny rural town in the Piedmont of the Carolinas
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Following Christ, fiber arts, my family, research
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Stay at home mommy, home schooler
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Mostly totes and backpacks, but I'm a sucker for anything Tom Bihn
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MacBook, iPad
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    dorayme liked post by Katycorgi On thread : Your Photos Are Needed
    My four year old has taken over my SCB! He uses an iPad mini as a communication device due to a severe speech disorder. Plus, he's part squirrel and loves to carry things around. 10014
    Liked On: Today, 05:10 AM
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    dorayme liked post by terayon On thread : Your Photos Are Needed
    The LSB came skating! It held three kids' helmets, warm stuff, elbow pads and one pair of bobskates. Love the padded handles! ...
    Liked On: Today, 05:09 AM
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    dorayme liked post by eWalker On thread : Your Photos Are Needed
    After presenting to the Forum my Mt. TB (http://www.tombihn.com/forums/packing-lists-travel-tips/7556-etc-every-travel-carry.html#post90115) (loved the nickname @adalangdon gave to my haul!) Let...
    Liked On: Today, 05:08 AM
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    dorayme liked post by Moose On thread : Your Photos Are Needed
    [QUOTE=brendabethman;88412]Cleaned up/rearranged my study today and designated two areas for my rotating EDC and shop bags. SEs lined up on a cabinet shelf: 9757 Shop bags, LS, and cafe...
    Liked On: Today, 05:07 AM
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    dorayme liked post by GoStanford On thread : Great blog post @Miking and @Badger
    This is bag related as it's blog post related - great interview of @Miking by @Badger. You really capture what it's like to live on the road for the majority of the year. I liked the photo of your...
    Liked On: Yesterday, 05:23 AM
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    dorayme liked post by hamiltee On thread : Share Your Bag Hacks/Creative Uses
    See DaMacGuy's thread http://www.tombihn.com/forums/photos-videos-reviews/8978-my-new-medium-cafe-bag-edc.html Posts #10 and #12 for how I use a square key ring to add an exterior "O-ring" to my cafe...
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    dorayme liked post by hamiltee On thread : Share Your Bag Hacks/Creative Uses
    Similar to SKIMT, I wanted an adaptor between 2 snap hooks. However, I didn't want to use metal; I wanted plastic O-rings like those sewn into TB bags. I found these cabone rings at Michaels: BoyeŽ...
    Liked On: 01-24-2015, 01:28 PM
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    dorayme liked post by ncb4 On thread : Cordura, the unappreciated stepchild fabric here on the Forum
    Yes, @adalangdon, I've had the same reaction. I liked Cardinal in a small OP [or was it Crimson?]l, but thought it was simply too much when I tried it in a Little Swift, so I returned that one [which...
    Liked On: 01-24-2015, 05:40 AM
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    dorayme liked post by adalangdon On thread : Cordura, the unappreciated stepchild fabric here on the Forum
    Hm. Rest of the clan's in hiding, but the cafe bags are OK with saying hi after I convinced them (and myself!). My Steel/Deep Blue LCB is on MC-- it has been sent to the mothership for repairs. ...
    Liked On: 01-24-2015, 05:39 AM
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    dorayme liked post by peregrina On thread : I want to learn to knit
    I love the Yarn Harlot! :) I keep hoping to run into her here in Toronto...
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    dorayme liked post by SKIMT On thread : Share Your Bag Hacks/Creative Uses
    I have found the key straps work better with a 1/2" key ring in between the clips when hooking to anything other than keys. 10087
    Liked On: 01-23-2015, 09:20 PM
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    dorayme liked post by ncb4 On thread : Spread the word: Lost Newfoundland dog in Charlottesville, VA, area.
    And now that we're finished doing our happy dances over his safe return, naturally we want to throttle him for giving us all apoplexy. But in typical Newf fashion, Halsey is being laid back about it....
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    dorayme liked post by ncb4 On thread : Spread the word: Lost Newfoundland dog in Charlottesville, VA, area.
    First of all, thanks to everyone for caring so much; I knew you would, but it still gives me goosebumps. And thanks for all the wonderful suggestions. My sisters, nieces, nephews and I all did a...
    Liked On: 01-23-2015, 02:25 PM
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    dorayme liked post by Hannah On thread : Spread the word: Lost Newfoundland dog in Charlottesville, VA, area.
    I've read several articles that have said putting familiar bedding and owner's clothes -- especially ones worn all day so scent is all over them -- is a good way to help a lost dog get home. Putting...
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    dorayme liked post by SimonW On thread : Seeking quality brand-name refurb HDD
    That's a different issue to what AVService was talking about really. Rebooting a network device isn't a bad idea as it 'flushes' it of all the temporary data that its storing which can return a...
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