Originally Posted by staehpj1
I don't always use those bags, last longer tour I had a four pannier rig, as it was late fall and I needed the room. All that was on top of my racks were my extra water bladders.
Interestingly though, I am leaving tomorrow for a short weekend trip, and the bags are the frame bag and two front and rear. Carrying extra clothing because I am riding to a convention, but everything fits with a lot less stuffed look than the pics in my other thread. Slowly getting some newer gear, this will be trying out the Outdoor Research helium bivy that I just got, though I am taking a hammock as backup in case I really hate it, never used a bivy.
If I could figure out how to get pics loaded from flickr my new rig is pretty interesting, a lot nicer looking on the new(old) Centurion.
ahhh Henry Fonda, high stacked trucks and sawdust in the transmission......makes me want to see it again, must be 30 years or more since Ive seen it.....I suspect it will stand up against that 30 years very well.
Originally Posted by Doug64
Want to hear that end bit from him again..."Ma, when something something some poor guy is there something something, Ill be there........etc etc etc." Funny what sticks in the memory bank, it was a strong film when I saw it, and I strongly suspect it will still be a strong film all these years forward.
great films remain great films, acting styles, filming styles dont matter.
I love film.
Wait Jade statues and glass baubles aren't required for touring??? Shoot I have been carrying those around for nothing ; )
Originally Posted by hueyhoolihan
I hate unevenness if I can avoid it. I think the look of two fronts and only one rear on one side is silly. I would go with two up front and a rear rack bag or 4 if that is not possible.