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    I send all my deliveries through our local Postal Annex, and they call me as soon as stuff arrives. suh-weet! I see my pkg is in town and loaded for delivery. Wonder if it will arrive this morning?

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    The beloved finally decided to commit to an empire builder .... though since he already has the brain cell for it I really don't know what all the thinking was about ......

    So just placed a mega order for the EB and my (ok, our) ipad ristretto and a mess of accessories.....

    sooo tempted to throw in an imago but that would have held up the order waiting for the right colour ... once the order is placed I want it asap!!
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    My Little Swift was supposed to be delivered today but this is what it says in the UPS tracking website:

    24/05/2011 5:11 The package is delayed due to circumstances beyond UPS' control / Delivery rescheduled

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    Deliveries in the midwest and eastern U.S might be affected by tornado and flood events. In Europe, the Icelandic volcano might delay air traffic.

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    Out for delivery now!!
    It was probably due to volcanic ash, many flights to Scotland are cancelled.

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    Talking

    It's here!!

    First impresions: I love every single thing I ordered, the Little Swift is VERY cute, perfect size to use as an everyday bag, I will post some pictures as soon as I can.

    Many thanks to Tom, Darcy, Katy and everybody else at the Tom Bihn factory!

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    I will not obsess, I will not obsess, I will not obsess.



    Oh, rats, who do I think I am fooling?

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    How long can it take to run a sniffer dog over a parcel???

    27/05/2011 18:25 Destination Scan
    27/05/2011 18:25 Import Scan
    27/05/2011 15:34 Arrival Scan
    I wonder if I went over there and knocked on the door politely would the customs people hand over my stuff?

    So near and yet so far....
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    I won a TB bag in a giveaway on YouTube just over 2 months ago. Still waiting for it to arrive here in Australia (and no, apparently it wasn't sent sea mail). I'm not holding my breath. I decided long ago that I'll never see it. :-(

    So I totally "get" the TB anticipation syndrome, but I moved on from it a long time ago. Sigh.

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    Arrived! whooohooo... 5 days from order to delivery half way around the globe.

    Must admit UPS is impressive - a cardboard box sealed with a single strip of tape delivered in perfect condition in pouring rain. I use USPS for most of my US purchases because I prefer to send to my PO box rather than my street address and there's no way a package like this would make it via the post.

    oooh more pouches than I can think what do do with ... (that won't last long)

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    (poor quality phone picture ... but you get the idea)
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    Wow that's a lot of pouches! What colors did you get?
    Synapse 25 (Steel Dyneema/UV), Organizer Pouches ( Dyneema, Cordura, Cork - various size & colors), FoJ Pouch, FoT Pouch, 2011 TB Mystery gift(Cork pouch), 2012 Mystery Gift (Forest/ Steel) Pocket Pouch, Sm Yarn Stuff Sack (UV), Small Shop Bag (Steel), Large Shop Bag (UV), Various Color Key Straps, Side Effect (Steel Dyneema/Wasabi)

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    Quote Originally Posted by TXGirl View Post
    Wow that's a lot of pouches! What colors did you get?
    For myself - a couple of padded (black) smalls and three small clear fronted - iberian, navy and olive. Plus a few key straps and a packing cube.

    Not in the pic is my plum/wasabi ipad ristretto and the Beloved's empire builder. The bulk of the pouches were for him as he likes to have one cable per pouch - I don't mind doubling them up a bit. I think we have a sample of pretty much all the colours now. It was fun divvying up the pouches.

    One tends to be a bit strategic with the purchases to maximize the international shipping value. This will be the last purchase for a while.

    I'll post in the packing list forum once I've used my ristretto for a bit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by travelwkid View Post
    I won a TB bag in a giveaway on YouTube just over 2 months ago. Still waiting for it to arrive here in Australia (and no, apparently it wasn't sent sea mail). I'm not holding my breath. I decided long ago that I'll never see it. :-(
    That's no fun. Who was sponsoring the giveaway? I assume you've tried contacting them for a tracking number?
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    Hi Darcy, I'll email you offline - I don't really want to air dirty washing publicly. But, yes, I've definitely contacted them. :-(
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    burning with anticipation, at least I got to fondle my TB bags before they were shipped. . . Monday can't come quickly enough though!
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