This video demonstrates what you can pack in your Tom Bihn Aeronaut Maximum Carry-On Travel Bag. We packed a 15″ Apple Macbook Pro in the Tom Bihn Cache, a towel, a Mountain Hardware jacket, 4 shirts, 4 pairs of pants, 4 pairs of underwear, 4 pairs of socks, a Leica D-Lux 4 camera, chargers, a large Moleskine notebook, a paperback book, and a pair of Sennheiser HD 25-1 II headphones into our Aeronaut.
I am packing for a 20-day exchange program trip to Germany. I’ll be on an overnight flight and for 10 days I stay with my exchange partner and her family (she came here earlier this year) and then the next 10 days I am touring Germany and Switzerland. I plan on writing everything down so that I don’t forget anything… but I was wondering if anyone had some travel tips I could use?
PART 1 of 3 ////////////// Sleeping under the stars is a bit overrated for me. Seems the bugs attack, the critters find you, the wind blows away your body heat, frost and condensation soak your bag, then the rain falls, and no matter what your gear gets filthy. A minimalist tent tarp, bivy, or floor-less tent are some ways to avoid to some of those hassles. But my favorite option is a quality designed and constructed lightweight backpacking tent like the ones profiled in this Nutnfancy series of videos. Here I cover most of the design aspects and experience-based opinions on just such a tent. pous, Firepower vs Mobility, Impact, Livability concerns, Longevity, Ventialtion, Maintenance, Sleeve and Pole Construction, Fabric Choices, Convenience Features, and buying sources are all covered in the series. It would be unrealistic and probably of limited use for me to review certain models since most are so shortlived in the marketplace. Instead I use category representatives and teach the features, construction, sizing, and the many considerations to arm the buyer with the knowledge to make the best purchase choice. Always buy out-of-season whenever possible to save big money; it’s very possible to get a ultra-quality BP tent this way for well under $200. Take care of it and it will serve you and your family forever too. Location was the scenic and beautiful Rocky Mountains with Allie the Mountain Dog in tow. This series was lots of work to put together, make happen, and produce but I hope it sheds some light on for some a confusing subject. Get a tent and get out there! //// Music used by license from Kevin macleod, original composition entitled “Long Road Ahead.” Great job Kevin. See his other works at Incompetech.com.
DELHI AT A GLANCE “It is said that the history of Delhi is the history of India.” Delhi is the capital city of the republic of India.It is situated on the banks of river Yamuna in northern India. The city is spread over an area of 1483 sq. kilometers and has a population of around [...]