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  1. #1141
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    Woohoo! My forest green Western Flyer arrived. You weren't kidding - that color is gorgeous.
    Now I'm anxious to plan a trip so I can put it work.

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    Pictures! Pictures! I never knew the WF was made in forest green! Drooling.......
    The stockpile keeps growing...I'm in serious trouble.

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    Ditto on request for pictures made by @monkeylady!
    "Inside everyone is a great shout of joy waiting to be born."
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    Quote Originally Posted by taminca View Post
    Is it June yet?
    This - a thousand times over....

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    Have been laid low by terrible, no good, very bad cold all weekend but will do my best to post some pics tomorrow.
    It's like luggage-porn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by taminca View Post
    Is it June yet?
    May came early! UPS just delivered my Nordic/Solar S19... so crossing my fingers that the next few weeks will bring more Nordic goodies.
    moriond likes this.
    "Inside everyone is a great shout of joy waiting to be born."
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    TBAS was biting so hard, I just sacrificed my chance at a black/iberian SE in late April in order to get the rest of my order before Easter. Painful, painful decisions! *lol*
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    Work EDC: SE + S19 (summer); SE + SA (winter)
    Leisure: some combination of SE/SCB/MCB/Swift/LS/FJN/DLBC/Imago/SSB
    Travel: WF + Pilot/DLBP + SE/SCB or SA + SE/SCB
    General organisation: More pouches, stuff sacks and cubes than you can shake a keystrap at!
    Favourite TB colours: aubergine, forest (sniff!), linen, wasabi, UV
    Hoping for: FJN for iPad Mini + Moleskine; a Linen Side Effect; the return of Portable Culture!

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    Quote Originally Posted by scribe View Post
    TBAS was biting so hard, I just sacrificed my chance at a black/iberian SE in late April in order to get the rest of my order before Easter. Painful, painful decisions! *lol*
    Your post made me laugh in a good way - I am imagining TBAS as a monster nipping at the heels. I have to admit that I also caved and placed an order specifically without backordered items so that I could get the shipment soon. Maybe a Tom Bihn product-of-the-month club to satisfy regular cravings?

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    At $45 a pop, I have to put in a decent-sized order to justify the shipping. I can't keep that up month after month!

    My latest order just landed in the UK - I wonder if it will make it to our local UPS depot in time for a Monday delivery? Ooh the anticipation!


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    Work EDC: SE + S19 (summer); SE + SA (winter)
    Leisure: some combination of SE/SCB/MCB/Swift/LS/FJN/DLBC/Imago/SSB
    Travel: WF + Pilot/DLBP + SE/SCB or SA + SE/SCB
    General organisation: More pouches, stuff sacks and cubes than you can shake a keystrap at!
    Favourite TB colours: aubergine, forest (sniff!), linen, wasabi, UV
    Hoping for: FJN for iPad Mini + Moleskine; a Linen Side Effect; the return of Portable Culture!

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    My packeg is in Germany! It comes on Tuesday. What does it say about me, that I am thinking about moving to Köln because than I could pick it up today? It takes two days from America to Germany and now it takes 4 Days in Germany. Okey there is a Weekend to consider but still.

    I am so looking forward to mix and match the new bags with those already here.

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    I feel your pain! My TB package is sitting in the UPS hub at Castle Donington, about 90 miles from me, and will no doubt stay there all weekend until it finally reaches our local depot in Bury St Edmunds. I'm expecting it on Tuesday, coincidentally
    Collections:
    Work EDC: SE + S19 (summer); SE + SA (winter)
    Leisure: some combination of SE/SCB/MCB/Swift/LS/FJN/DLBC/Imago/SSB
    Travel: WF + Pilot/DLBP + SE/SCB or SA + SE/SCB
    General organisation: More pouches, stuff sacks and cubes than you can shake a keystrap at!
    Favourite TB colours: aubergine, forest (sniff!), linen, wasabi, UV
    Hoping for: FJN for iPad Mini + Moleskine; a Linen Side Effect; the return of Portable Culture!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ilkyway View Post
    It takes two days from America to Germany and now it takes 4 Days in Germany.
    It takes UPS 5 business days just to come across the US. I am stunned it could get to Germany that quickly!

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    This is by plane. I think throughout US they go by truck, don't they? And hey: we pay 45 $ per shipment so there is nothing to envy ;-). I onestly rather by another bag for that money, but to be fair: it is a long journey and 45 $ is quite a fair shipman price. I have payed a lot more (for shipment alone) at Saddlebagleather Bags. (And the bags beautifully as they are are heavy and not so combustible).

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    Also, TB uses UPS's carbon neutral service so we can feel virtuous about the shipping


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    Collections:
    Work EDC: SE + S19 (summer); SE + SA (winter)
    Leisure: some combination of SE/SCB/MCB/Swift/LS/FJN/DLBC/Imago/SSB
    Travel: WF + Pilot/DLBP + SE/SCB or SA + SE/SCB
    General organisation: More pouches, stuff sacks and cubes than you can shake a keystrap at!
    Favourite TB colours: aubergine, forest (sniff!), linen, wasabi, UV
    Hoping for: FJN for iPad Mini + Moleskine; a Linen Side Effect; the return of Portable Culture!

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    On the "green side" I am more impressed with the environment friendly packaging: no more the necessarily and everything receivable. Here I bow deeply to Tom Bihn. Not to mention everlasting bags. I have jet to understand how ups can ship one parcel "carbon neutral" and not to "load" this carbon on another parcel. But we live and learn, don't we?

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