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    New Member of the Family

    My wife has finally relented to my Tom Bihn obsession and ordered a Brain Bag for my Christmas present. After pestering her for months about getting one before our move to Germany next summer, I was more than excited to see it arrive today. Pictures attached of the latest addition to my Tom Bihn collection, a black brain bag! Can't wait to start using it this week as we take advantage of the Christmas break to do some Geocaching.

    Thanks to the wife along with Tom and Crew for making this a great Christmas!

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    A follow up. Took the Brain Bag with me to Lacrosse practice tonight and it was a huge hit! Took plenty of water, change of clothes and all my electronic devices from work. Attached a "germ grenade" from Survivalstraps.com onto the outside clip to my kids could de-germ their hands as well. Taking the Brain Bag out geocaching tomorrow.
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    Synapse 25 (steel dyneema/wasabi), Synapse 19 (conifer/steel), Empire Builder (black/steel), Ristretto for Ipad 2 (olive/cayenne), Brain Bag (black), Zephyr (black/red), Aeronaut (steel/steel), guardian dual function light, RFID blocking passport pouch, packing cubes (various sizes), horizontal freudian slip, The Kit (forest green), ultra suede screen cloth, Tom Bihn Luggage tags (x3), and who knows what is next.........

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    Took the Brain Bag on our first attempt at Geocaching today and had a blast! Found three caches in our local area and had a great time getting outside. Two pics attached. First is of my youngest and the brain bag at near the first site we went to. The next is from my Ipad near the site of our third find.

    Brain bag is by far one of the most comfortable bagpacks I've ever carried (and I've been carrying packs in the military for 20+ years). Looking forward to more trips with the brain bag in the future!
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    Synapse 25 (steel dyneema/wasabi), Synapse 19 (conifer/steel), Empire Builder (black/steel), Ristretto for Ipad 2 (olive/cayenne), Brain Bag (black), Zephyr (black/red), Aeronaut (steel/steel), guardian dual function light, RFID blocking passport pouch, packing cubes (various sizes), horizontal freudian slip, The Kit (forest green), ultra suede screen cloth, Tom Bihn Luggage tags (x3), and who knows what is next.........

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    The photo of your daughter in her shirtsleeves shows just how mild it's been here in Georgia this December. But they say a cold snap is coming along with the new year, so I'm glad that you and your Brain Bag and your family got out to enjoy geocaching before that.

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    I certainly has been beautiful. Even had some sand gnats out there at the first cache site. Looking forward to some cooler weather...at least it keeps the sand gnats away!
    Synapse 25 (steel dyneema/wasabi), Synapse 19 (conifer/steel), Empire Builder (black/steel), Ristretto for Ipad 2 (olive/cayenne), Brain Bag (black), Zephyr (black/red), Aeronaut (steel/steel), guardian dual function light, RFID blocking passport pouch, packing cubes (various sizes), horizontal freudian slip, The Kit (forest green), ultra suede screen cloth, Tom Bihn Luggage tags (x3), and who knows what is next.........


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