Our Portable Culture Portrait blog series features TOM BIHN Forum members, the bags they carry, and the items they carry in their bags. This edition features ceepee.
Just a few of the great photos you shared with us last week (thank you!)
“Standing by the lake with frozen face.”
Photo by @shouraisan_kaguya
Here’s a few photos you’ve shared with us this past week! Thank you!
Cynthia’s pup on the Skookum Dog Camp Mat
Photo submitted by Cynthia
“It’s going to be another good weekend with Timmy and The Nics.”
Photo by @meggrollstation
“I took my son for a walk today with my wife, he is only 10 weeks old and we found a rainbow.
My Side Effect was great for all I needed on this little adventure.“
Honor to the soldier and sailor everywhere, who bravely bears his country’s cause. Honor, also, to the citizen who cares for his brother in the field and serves, as he best can, the same cause. — Abraham Lincoln
Veteran’s Day is an opportunity to reflect on and express our gratitude for the people who serve and have served this country—those we know as friends, family, and co-workers, and all veterans. The best way we can think of to honor their service is by determining how we can also contribute, serve, and add value. The way we see things, all of us serve each other: our friends and family, our communities, the environment and world around us, and everyone in it.
We believe service makes room for grace, humility, compassion, awareness and strength, and that service begins with gratitude. So even though a mere “thank you” can’t convey the depths of our gratitude, we offer it, humbly, nonetheless.
“Using my Packing Cube backpack during my walk in Tokyo, Japan. Picture was taken at Blue Bottle Coffee, Aoyama. I have many other pictures, stay tuned for my upcoming review about the TriStar combined with the Packing Cube Backpack :)”
Seattle folks! Join us for a rare Saturday opening of our Factory Showroom on December 16th from 10:00am – 2:00pm. We’ll have hot coffee, homemade cookies, and, of course, bags.
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