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    I looked for a dedicate blog post thread but...

    I looked for a dedicate blog post thread but didn't see one before starting this thread. Somebody feel free to start a sticky one with the latest blog post mentioned, then we can all comment. It...
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    Great blog post @Miking and @Badger

    This is bag related as it's blog post related - great interview of @Miking by @Badger. You really capture what it's like to live on the road for the majority of the year. I liked the photo of your...
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    Like @Abby says, measure the pens first. I find...

    Like @Abby says, measure the pens first. I find that an EpiPen Junior minus the hard case fits well in a size 2 KP, but inside the hard case it does not fit into the pouch. I am going to try a size...
  4. I know that feeling...I finally got rid of the...

    I know that feeling...I finally got rid of the VHS tape that had orientation information for my old car. We don't even have a functioning VCR hooked up anymore.
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    Thanks for sharing this! As a fellow Advair user...

    Thanks for sharing this! As a fellow Advair user (guessing from the purple color) I am going to take advantage of this hint for more stylish containment of my medicines. Wishing you healthy...
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    I am hoping that an Ego-like large...

    I am hoping that an Ego-like large messenger/shoulder bag, somewhat unstructured, will be available in 2015. I'm hoping to solve the multiple bag carry problem for work and the nice thing about the...
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    Sticky: This may be an odd thing to say in the TBAS...

    This may be an odd thing to say in the TBAS thread, but I feel I need to put more thought into my orders...and that part of the reason I order is for the thrill of opening up the new items. I had...
  8. Thanks for sharing how you used the Night Flight...

    Thanks for sharing how you used the Night Flight as your sole bag! I'm also thinking that you could use it as a hand/arm weight for light exercise, as it's so densely packed too! :)

    I think it's...
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    One caveat about the Night Flight, which I have...

    One caveat about the Night Flight, which I have in Dyneema and think is a fantastic 2nd carry-on bag - it does not fit a standard magazine, so if you like to pick up something to read of that...
  10. I'm with you on this. Curry would be a fantastic...

    I'm with you on this. Curry would be a fantastic color for visibility in snow and I wish I had invested in a Curry SCB.
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    Sticky: I'm so glad more Dyneema is on the horizon...but...

    I'm so glad more Dyneema is on the horizon...but ouch my wallet. I just savored a box opening tonight - I am so happy when there's a new TB product to open up!
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    Sticky: Ohhhh this is beautiful! One of my early TB bags...

    Ohhhh this is beautiful! One of my early TB bags was a black dyneema/wasabi SCB and I regularly pack it for work travel as it makes a great purse at the destination. Was your SCB on...
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    Sticky: Ohhhh I miss Reading Terminal Market! When I...

    Ohhhh I miss Reading Terminal Market! When I lived in Philly I spent many Saturday mornings there having breakfast and picking up produce, fresh pasta, and spices. That is where I first bought...
  14. I am thinking I will print the list and keep with...

    I am thinking I will print the list and keep with my bags, and maybe put an index card in the cubes themselves so between that and the label I can easily get them back in order. I often use the...
  15. This is my new favorite thread - it's great to...

    This is my new favorite thread - it's great to see all the packing ideas. I am really curious about the S19 as a hands-free way of carrying the stuff that normally goes in my Pilot. I generally...
  16. Comprehensive list of packing cube sizes/codes

    I checked the link at the end of the Packing Cubes page, and probably missed this before - 0944 is listed twice under NFTD and under Pilot Small. I have some labelled 0926 that I am pretty sure are...
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    One big carry-on bag

    I recently travelled with the NFTD, PU, and Pilot as carry-on bags combined across multiple people, but I ended up carrying two of these bags at any given time. My shoulder got tired carrying both...
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    I know what you you mean. For me, I feel a lot...

    I know what you you mean. For me, I feel a lot of it is the "just in case" stuff I now carry. For example, as an undergrad I never carried a water bottle (plenty of water coolers on campus) or...
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    +1 on this - great idea! I've heard tell of a...

    +1 on this - great idea! I've heard tell of a limited number of cafe bags that were cordura/dyneema - I would like to see that combo too for this pouch.

    I like the LOP to carry sensitive...
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    Agreed (not that I disagree with your other...

    Agreed (not that I disagree with your other wishes, just that I really agree with this one!). I was at lunch at a crowded cafe and thinking that a mini TT would be great for holding crayons, then...
  21. Can't remember if this was brought up earlier -...

    Can't remember if this was brought up earlier - thredup is a great consignment website that sends out free bags that you can use to send back excellent condition clothing and accessories (women's and...
  22. I just read this too! It's a great little book. ...

    I just read this too! It's a great little book. I also found her recommendation very helpful that rather than going by room, as I often do, I should sort out everything in one category from all...
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    From the chilly climes of Chicago...I send you...

    From the chilly climes of Chicago...I send you greetings. I travelled here with numerous stuff sacks, Pilot, and NFTD in dyneema, plus a Navy/UV PU. The stuff sacks and Pilot were a given as I...
  24. We have used sabbaticalhomes dot com, which you...

    We have used sabbaticalhomes dot com, which you probably know about already. I would also check with the Campus Housing Office at UCSB, as they may also have information on visitor housing or...
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    Consider checking with your child's teachers as...

    Consider checking with your child's teachers as to what they need to carry home (you probably already have a good idea based on how the artwork, school bulletins, crafts, lunches, and other things...
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