Bag Dump – Here’s an inside look at what’s in my bag!

Bag Dump
An inside look at what’s in my bag!

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Huge glaring issue here – there’s no fountain pens. Turns out I forgot my Nock Co. Brasstown which was full of pens on my work desk. So don’t worry, they’re usually in here too. This week I have a Lamy 2000, a Lamy 2000 Stainless, a Griso Grey Safari, a Montblanc 149 and a Pilot Custom 823 w/ Architect grind. The pencils are all fresh in from CW Pencil Enterprise and I’ve been testing them out to see which I prefer. So far the Caran d’Ache Swiss Wood are ahead of the pack.

The leather case houses three Field Notes – the Ambition set. I use the datebook as a journal, the graph for misc. notes, and the ledger to track spending. So far these have been excellent.

The Fuji X100T is my go-to, everyday camera. It’s my favorite camera and probably one of my favorite possessions. It’s so fun to use and the image quality is outstanding. A lot of the photos you see on the site and on my Instagram are from this camera. The built in wifi transfer makes for quick and easy editing on the go. This is where the iPad mini comes in handy.

The front pouch of the Topo Mountain Brief leaves something to be desired, so enter in the Cocoon Grid-It. The Grid-It is a board loaded with elastic straps that have rubber grips on each one. This system keeps all of my odds and ends (you can see there are quite a few) organized and safe. The bag itself is the perfect EDC bag for me, it’s just the right size and I love the way it looks.

My Retina MacBook Pro 15″ is my everyday computer for both work and play. I bring it with me back and forth to work, it handles photo editing with no issues and the screen looks great. I appreciate the HDMI output, as it makes connecting it to my office monitor a breeze. I’ve been using Mac for so long now, I couldn’t imagine using anything else.

Thanks for taking a peek inside my bag!

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Bonus pic: my key setup and a closeup of my phone. I carry a lighter (I don’t smoke) just in case and another small flashlight on my keychain. The paracord isn’t with me every day, but a small length of it is right at home on my Peter Atwood Roll Bar in Bronze.

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