Poppa’s Got A Brand New Carry-on Bag

I’ve always had backpacks for airplane travel, eschewing suitcases and wheeled bags. I figured it was a good workout to have the weight on my shoulders, and I always walked up the stairs instead of using escalators, and never took the moving walkways. BUT on my last trip, I had so much weight, it wore me out. This time I got an Osprey rolling pack (with day pack, wheels, and shoulder straps), a new Da Kine day pack, and cut down on clothing as much as I could. Much improved.

   Even though I have a (11″) MacAir laptop, a bunch of camera gear, couple of books, and on this trip, a digital projector, the weight is on wheels — such a relief. Well, duh.

   Airports are stressful enough as it is. I’ll get my workouts in other ways. The strap is for a fairly aerodynamic camera bag, in which I have my new Olympus OM5-D10 with 3 lenses — gonna carry it in my city explorations here. The vest is a Columbia Omni-Shade — lightweight, bunch of pockets Also, stealth vaping — heh-heh — works in airports.

5 Responses to Poppa’s Got A Brand New Carry-on Bag

  1. Anonymous says:

    sure looks much more streamlined..

    am looking forward to pics.

  2. B says:

    That looks brilliant – efficient, practical and tiny! Can that all be counted as carry-on?

  3. GK says:

    I have the same attitude re taking the stairs, wearing a pack, etc., while traveling, but think you made a wise decision. No need to wear yourself out on the journey, plenty of time to do so whilst at your destination!

  4. Lloyd Kahn says:

    Thanks, just ordered Scottvest. zLooks way more convenient than my present vest.

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