So sorry about your kitty.
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So sorry about your kitty.
I wasn't going to order the Daylight backpack. Didn't NEED it. After reading everyone's posts about how much they liked the DLBP, I folded. Ordered one today. Burnt Orange. I should get it tomorrow.
The beauty of the Swift is its versatility and its professional appearance. I use mine for knitting, I've used it as a tote when I've accompanied my husband to the hospital and I've taken it to...
Pics of my olive parapack 3D cube. Packing list: organizer wallet in Nordic, two key straps, two small notebooks, two pens, pad of small post-its, lock for my gym locker, small tube of lotion
I "downsized" from the SE to the 3D cube with no regrets. The 3D cube holds the basics for a quick trip to the store - organizer wallet, keys, cell phone, pens and small notebook.
The Ballard Locks and the fish ladders are also an interesting place to visit in Seattle. A wide variety of marine traffic passes through the locks.
Condolences on the loss of your dog Riley.
I bought a TS/WF PCBP because I could put a vertical Freudian Slip in it. I used the PCBP last spring as a packing cube in my Smart Alec and it worked well.
Yup. Me too. I was going to wait for the new stuff. Then I looked at the lcb in nordic/solar. Thought long and hard about whether or not I needed it. And the fact that nordic is discontinued. Ordered...
I downsized from my SE to the all-fabric 3d organizer cube. Works great! The 3d cube holds an organizer wallet, keys. a couple pens and my cell phone. It also fits easily into a Co-Pilot, shop bag...
Great pics! It looks like you had fun. The SE looks good on your daughter.
SA at Fort Flagler
Shop bag on the beach at Fort Flagler
Admiralty Inlet from our porch
One of the major differences between the Swift and LS is that you can carry file folders upright in the Swift. Right now in my Swift I have a folder with papers, a 100+ page technical note, a TT with...
Currently carrying a navy/iberian SE and reading The Universe in a Single Atom by the Dalai Lama.
Love this thread!
I'm reinforcing what others have said. I recently took my SA on a three day trip to Fort Flagler. I packed my clothes in a Tri-Star/Wester Flyer PCBP and it fit well in the SA. Part of the reason I...
Thank you Darcy! Love the French blue!!
Umm Badger - have you tasted any Washington wines lately?
Olive/UV parapack Swift
I found that a vertical Freudian slip helped with the organization of the main compartment of my SA. And yes, I overpack it.
I like having the shop bags open at the top. They hold more groceries that way.
I use a pocket pouch for my earbuds. Seems to work.
This is another vote for the Synapse. I own the large cage bag; my husband owns a Synapse 19. I vote for the Synapse because it's a backpack and the weight is distributed evenly. This can help you...
Right now in my FJN I have nine months of two page per week planner pages and about 50-60 extra sheets of paper along with about 10-15 pages with important dates, quotes ( I collect them) and maps....
I've been thinking about adding the Lead's pocket to my collection. Your photos are quite helpful, particularly since I already own a Side Effect and a Copilot. Thank you for posting the photos.