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About lotuseater

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About lotuseater
Life Story:
Travelled for work weekly most of the time since 1996. Used to carry the kitchen sink, slowly weaned off rollaboards. One-bagger for business trips since 2008.
Location:
Boulder, Colorado
Interests:
The outdoors. Teaching my 5 year old to love the backcountry as much as I do.
Occupation:
Technology Consultant
Your Bag:
Aeronaut, Tri-Star, Western Flyer, Empire Builder, Smart Alec
Which laptop do you have?:
Company Issued Brick: Lenovo T410. Personal Devices: 13" MacBook Pro, iPad

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Enlightened traveller since 2009

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06-30-2013 07:50 PM
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  1. barryblack
    barryblack liked post by lotuseater On thread : Traveling with suit(s)
    My mistake, Crusader - I use the Pack-It 18 folder template, not the 15, to fold shirts and dress pants that then fit inside the Tri-Star large packing cube. The template goes into the cube too, to...
    Liked On: 02-24-2014, 12:09 PM
  2. yohopee
    yohopee liked post by lotuseater On thread : Umbrella
    My favourite brolly is a little unconventional. I don't use them in cities at all. But this one I use when I'm out hiking, both for rain protection and to hide from the fierce sun we get at higher...
    Liked On: 06-13-2013, 05:25 PM
  3. photocat
    photocat liked post by lotuseater On thread : Umbrella
    My favourite brolly is a little unconventional. I don't use them in cities at all. But this one I use when I'm out hiking, both for rain protection and to hide from the fierce sun we get at higher...
    Liked On: 05-28-2013, 04:49 PM
  4. backpack
    backpack liked post by lotuseater On thread : A tale of three straps - Standard, Absolute and RedOxx Claw
    There's no need to drag Purdey into this thread :-)
    Liked On: 05-16-2013, 12:11 PM
  5. backpack
    backpack liked post by lotuseater On thread : The Western Flyer & Cadet: A Tale of Two Trips
    Scott, thanks for sharing - I'm really pleased to hear that my favourite combination is working well for you so far. We still need to have that craft beer together, once our travel schedules...
    Liked On: 05-14-2013, 06:25 PM
  6. jea
    jea liked post by lotuseater On thread : The Western Flyer & Cadet: A Tale of Two Trips
    Scott, thanks for sharing - I'm really pleased to hear that my favourite combination is working well for you so far. We still need to have that craft beer together, once our travel schedules...
    Liked On: 05-13-2013, 07:59 AM
  7. Fat Crip
    Fat Crip liked post by lotuseater On thread : traveling with the synapse 25 and new side effect
    The week the TSA introduced the enhanced pat downs, I wore my kilt through security just to mess with them. Compared with pat downs I've experienced since, normally attired, I got off lightly. The...
    Liked On: 04-30-2013, 12:44 PM
  8. Mausermama
    Mausermama liked post by lotuseater On thread : traveling with the synapse 25 and new side effect
    The week the TSA introduced the enhanced pat downs, I wore my kilt through security just to mess with them. Compared with pat downs I've experienced since, normally attired, I got off lightly. The...
    Liked On: 04-30-2013, 04:19 AM
  9. blackfungi
    blackfungi liked post by lotuseater On thread : traveling with the synapse 25 and new side effect
    The week the TSA introduced the enhanced pat downs, I wore my kilt through security just to mess with them. Compared with pat downs I've experienced since, normally attired, I got off lightly. The...
    Liked On: 04-28-2013, 09:06 AM
  10. earth5
    earth5 liked post by lotuseater On thread : traveling with the synapse 25 and new side effect
    The week the TSA introduced the enhanced pat downs, I wore my kilt through security just to mess with them. Compared with pat downs I've experienced since, normally attired, I got off lightly. The...
    Liked On: 04-27-2013, 09:15 PM
  11. Lone Piper
    Lone Piper liked post by lotuseater On thread : Does the steel dyneema become dirty easily?
    I agree that the 200d dyneema/steel nylon used in the PCSB looks paler than the 400d dyneema/420d steel nylon introduced last autumn and used on the Synapse 25. The reflective nature of the 200d's X...
    Liked On: 04-22-2013, 06:20 AM
  12. dorayme
    dorayme liked post by lotuseater On thread : Does the steel dyneema become dirty easily?
    Here's a three-way comparison of 200d dyneema/ steel nylon; 400d dyneema / 420d steel nylon, and ballistic steel (sorry, I don't have steel cordura), taken from three different angles to show how the...
    Liked On: 04-20-2013, 07:51 AM
  13. Kichen$ink
    Kichen$ink liked post by lotuseater On thread : Confession: I don't think I *want* to one-bag it for business travel...
    ScottE22, check your PM inbox. I'll be happy to let you try my TriStar, Western Flyer and/or Empire Builder for size over a pint of Dale's. Much easier when you get to see them up close and...
    Liked On: 04-19-2013, 01:10 PM
  14. lomo
    lomo liked post by lotuseater On thread : Confession: I don't think I *want* to one-bag it for business travel...
    ScottE22, check your PM inbox. I'll be happy to let you try my TriStar, Western Flyer and/or Empire Builder for size over a pint of Dale's. Much easier when you get to see them up close and...
    Liked On: 04-18-2013, 07:39 AM
  15. maverick
    maverick liked post by lotuseater On thread : Confession: I don't think I *want* to one-bag it for business travel...
    ScottE22, check your PM inbox. I'll be happy to let you try my TriStar, Western Flyer and/or Empire Builder for size over a pint of Dale's. Much easier when you get to see them up close and...
    Liked On: 04-17-2013, 10:21 AM
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