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About flaneuse
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traveling the world since 2003...
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My TB family:
A45 in black/iberian, black/steel • BB • S25 in black dyneema • S19 in black/iberian • LCB in steel parapack/iberian • CP in navy ballistic/solar • Swift in steel dyneema • LS in Aubergine • SE in steel 400d dyneema, nordic dyneema/solar, solar • TTs • various pouches/key straps/YSSs • iPad mini cache • LSBs, SSBs • PCSB, A45 PCBP in Nordic dyneema • 360mm Quiver •

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    flaneuse liked post by enjih On thread : Ice Breaker what?
    I've stopped tiny holes in our icebreaker shirts from growing with fray check from the fabric store - it comes in a little bottle and keeps the hole from expanding without being too noticeable!
    Liked On: Today, 11:05 AM
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    flaneuse liked post by atarango1 On thread : Five days with Tristar
    Yeah I am thinking of not even bothering with the absolute strap and just carrying it with the backpack straps the entire way. I find it too big for the absolute strap (I'm a smallish person) anyway....
    Liked On: Yesterday, 08:32 AM
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    flaneuse liked post by atarango1 On thread : Five days with Tristar
    (Continued...) It is all actually surprisingly light and the bag is nowhere near full. I think the fact that I have to carry this on my back made me more careful about what I put in it. I don't...
    Liked On: Yesterday, 08:31 AM
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    flaneuse liked post by atarango1 On thread : Five days with Tristar
    So I'm taking my Tristar on it's inaugural run tomorrow. It's my first time doing wheel-less travel with a carryon and a personal item. I'm going to the mountains of North Carolina to visit an artist...
    Liked On: Yesterday, 08:31 AM
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    flaneuse liked post by timothy On thread : Ice Breaker what?
    At fancy Goodwill thrift store in Portland today, found an Icebreaker pullover for $19.99. It's black (I'd enjoy green, too, but black is always correct) iwth an orange-outlined-in-white stripe...
    Liked On: 07-27-2014, 11:00 PM
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    flaneuse liked post by Tiviander On thread : Ice Breaker what?
    These forums are a financially dangerous place. Just purchased Icebreaker and Rab MeCo items at Moosejaw.com and a little something pretty at Nau.
    Liked On: 07-27-2014, 11:00 PM
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    flaneuse liked post by Rufus On thread : Yarn stuff sacks vs Travel stuff sacks
    I was considering getting the large TSS in my next order, but I noticed that the largest Yarn stuff sack is: - bigger - has a clip for a strap - and is cheaper! I guess the thing the TSS has...
    Liked On: 07-27-2014, 07:01 AM
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    flaneuse liked post by vivelly On thread : Ice Breaker what?
    oh flaneuse I love spinning merino too...I mix it with my Angora fibre I get from my bunnies and its heaven, sometimes I mix in some silk too. I never tried Icebreaker before I read about it here on...
    Liked On: 07-26-2014, 01:55 PM
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    flaneuse liked post by moriond On thread : Laundry stuff sacks are here
    The stuffed Ultraviolet A30 Laundry Stuff Sack in a Black Packing Cube Shoulder Bag: 7647 And finally, the stuffed Ultraviolet Laundry Stuff Sack in the end compartment of an Aubergine/Wasabi...
    Liked On: 07-26-2014, 01:44 PM
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    flaneuse liked post by moriond On thread : Laundry stuff sacks are here
    Pictures of the Laundry Stuff Sack for A30 with bags: Filled A30 UV Laundry Stuff Sack upright in French Blue Daylight Backpack next to Indigo Tri-Star. When filled, the A30 Laundry Stuff Sack...
    Liked On: 07-26-2014, 01:44 PM
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    flaneuse liked post by Rocks On thread : Gave the Travel Tray as a gift and...
    Two of the stage managers I work with have come up to me on separate occasions admiring my Travel Tray. Stage managers are the most organized people in the universe*, so consider that high praise! ...
    Liked On: 07-26-2014, 11:22 AM
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    flaneuse liked post by rydude87 On thread : Gave the Travel Tray as a gift and...
    So I gave my Dad a travel tray as a gift (since he travels a lot). When I first gave it to him, he said "thanks" and didn't seem too excited as he thought he would not use it much. But lo and...
    Liked On: 07-26-2014, 11:21 AM
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    flaneuse liked post by GoStanford On thread : Laundry stuff sacks are here
    I don't have an Aeronaut of either size, but I ordered one LSS in each size to see for myself, as the video is tantalizing but doesn't show the interior. Indeed as many of you speculated, there is a...
    Liked On: 07-26-2014, 02:21 AM
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    flaneuse liked post by scribe On thread : Shop Bag convert
    When I first discovered Tom Bihn bags, I was easily sold on the travel bags and backpacks with their great organisation capabilities, but I really didn't see the appeal of the Shop Bags. After all, I...
    Liked On: 07-26-2014, 02:14 AM
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    flaneuse liked post by Poker Face On thread : Emergency evacuation in a hotel: how and what to pack…
    Hello Fellow Bihnions!! @GoStanford: this is for you !! :cool: GoStanford initially asked Poker Face a question in the thread “Introduce yourself”, about how she evacuated her burning...
    Liked On: 07-25-2014, 09:35 PM
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