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    Packing Co-Pilot and Aeronaut for 10 Days in Ireland

    I think this is best described with pictures. Click on photo to link to album and, YES, my carpet does need vacuumed


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    How appropriate - the Forest green off to Ireland for a visit!

    Oh I liked to see all the additional photos and how organized you are. That bag holds so much!

    Safe trip!
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    Wow, impressive how much you stowed in both bags. (And I see there's someone else who won't go anywhere without a flashlight.) Have a fantastic trip.

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    Impressive!

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    Wow - very organized! I am planning on using the very same combo (Aeronaut and Co-Pilot) for a two week trip to Europe this summer. I'm so curious to know a little more about what you managed to pack clothes-wise in your packing cubes, and how much the packed bag weighs. Have a wonderful trip!

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    Thank you all for your comments!

    It is true, I always carry a flashlight

    In total I packed 2 pairs of pants, 2 t-shirts, 2 waffle shirts, 2 travel shirts, 3 camisoles, 5 sets underwear, a denim jacket and a raincoat. I wore a shirt, pants and a vest. I had more than enough room. I would have brought 1 more pair of pants.

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    I don't know how much it weighed. Not more than 25 pounds and probably significantly less.

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    I said, "OOOOOOOO!" out loud when I saw the last picture! I can't believe the Co-Pilot fit in the Aeronaut! What a fantastic idea!
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