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Thread: Ristretto continues to amaze.

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    Registered User GEOcycle's Avatar
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    Ristretto continues to amaze.

    Just something short and fun.

    Tonight's grocery run got a little heavy, and I couldn't fit everything into the bag I had brought specifically for the purpose.

    My iPad ristretto was filled up with everything that I had in my prior photo, but I was able to re-organize and, *somehow* get in this bag of rice as well.


    Emergency Rice Carrier by G e o cycle, on Flickr


    Surprised? by G e o cycle, on Flickr

    Day to day life saved once again, by a bottomless bag. (Thank you Absolute strap as well ... it's only a short subway ride and walk back home, but not feeing all that weight is a great help as well!)

    Now ... onto cook dinner! :D
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    iPad Ristretto Aeronaut Synapse Lg Shop Bag lots of little accessory pouches - straps - and other goodies!
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    Now ... what else do I "need" ...

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    i love it!

    darcy, you have to update the description on the ristretto page to indicate that it will accommodate a 2kg bag of rice!! :)

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    Haha, that is quite great.

    Black/Steel/Wasabi Super Ego, Cardinal/Steel 15"/13" Cadet, Cardinal/Steel Aeronaut, Olive/Cayenne 13" Ristretto, Camera Insert/Outsert, Horizontal Freudian Slip, 13" MBA Cache, Brain Cell for 13" Macbook, Steel Snake Charmer, FoT/FoJ pouch, Organizer Wallet, and more organizer pouches than I can shake a stick at.

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    That rice looks delicious.

    The sashimi looks good too.

    g.d. landlocked Iowa.

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    Love the pics, GEOCycle! How do you post photos onto the forum???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tlacltme View Post
    Love the pics, GEOCycle! How do you post photos onto the forum???
    I have a Flickr account that I post my photos to, so I tend to just link to photos from there. :)
    Expat living in Japan
    iPad Ristretto Aeronaut Synapse Lg Shop Bag lots of little accessory pouches - straps - and other goodies!
    Flickr Blog
    Now ... what else do I "need" ...

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    I have a Small Cafe Bag in those same colors and LOVE it.
    Happy owner of Steel Tristar, Steel Side Effect, Plum Medium Cafe Bag (my first TB), Indigo Synapse, Cardinal/Hemp/Steel Imago, various pouches and organizer cubes, Cache.


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