How do you carry your TVs?, just currious

Kristykirkpatrick
kristykirkpatrick@rocketmail.com

Posted Oct 26, 2011, 11:37 pm
I've tried several ways of carrying my TVs with me. We set up a box, a purse, and finally, a kanga pouch inside my regular purse (which is really big to start with). The kanga pouch, although a bit of a cost has worked out best and also works as a lid for my purse. How do you carry your TVs?
Leslie


Posted Oct 27, 2011, 12:01 am
First I used to take them in my pocket, but then I got some big ones and then just too many, so for a while I've been using this bag now and it's perfect ...even though I know it's not the prettiest! but it's just soo comfortable :D

Leslee


Posted Oct 28, 2011, 7:02 pm
If I have just one voyager, they usually travel in my zip up coat pocket.
Warm weather they can sit in my Geocacheing 'bumbag'.

If I have more, I use a small bag that goes in my backpack.

Sometimes I take them out on my bike and I can get to place I wouldn't normally walk to.  I fasten my bike panniers to make sure they can't fall out but I can reach in to get them quickly if I need to show them something.
http://i531.photobucket.com/albums/dd358/hipapotomus/1tv67.jpg

One rainy day I took Karlie to the Pencil museum and he wanted to travel like this so he could see everything.
http://i531.photobucket.com/albums/dd358/hipapotomus/19pop5.jpg
LittleBear Lightfoot


Posted Nov 11, 2011, 6:17 pm
brilliant! I'm looking into alternatives myself as I am a guy and can't carry a purse. With my first TV, I was embarrassed carrying around a toy, but quickly got over it. People understand the photography project very quickly. The first TV fit in my suit pocket. Might stick to hosting that size.

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