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Thread: The Utility Tote - on its last legs?

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    Thanks moriond!
    WenV here is another of my UT with folded LSBs inside it. The way it is open is what I mean about how it lends itself to things that are shaped differently than the SB at times.
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    "I don't think it will be gone forever, but we just don't have time to make it right now. Maybe when we have more sewers!"
    This is a worthy response: matters of public health should certainly prevail!

    (And I would highly recommend "The Big Necessity" about some non-sewer approaches, too. The Big Necessity - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)

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    Quote Originally Posted by dorayme View Post
    Thanks moriond!
    WenV here is another of my UT with folded LSBs inside it. The way it is open is what I mean about how it lends itself to things that are shaped differently than the SB at times.
    Wow, dorayme, that looks really useful and handy for carrying picnic stuff. The wider mouth does make it a very practical item for lots of uses. Thanks for the pic! ☺

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    I would like to vote for a comeback of the Utility Tote please, Darcy! ☺

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    Me too.
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    I could see myself getting a great deal of use out of a Utility Tote! I have enjoyed viewing the pictures of it very much!

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    So Darcy, it was probably buried with other posts before you saw it, but I was wondering if the comeback of the UT was a separate event from the Shop Bag Family's debut, or if it was one and the same.
    I'm personally voting for a separate event, looks like others are interested as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by timothy View Post
    This is a worthy response: matters of public health should certainly prevail!
    Tee hee! :-)

    I'm ready with the toilet paper when additional sewers are obtained. :-D
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