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    I use a gallon ziploc baggie. Wrap a razor or 2 in a small towel with a rubberband around it. A couple small bottles for AS and Thayers. Puck of soap in its own baggie and a brush stuffed in a toilet paper tube. Stuff that in my duffel. Good To Go.
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    Great kit! I have a similar one of Woodland Leather:
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    They are really great, can accommodate a lot of stuff, and have very luxurious look and feel. Highly recommended.
    Obie, lots of luck with your surgery. Get well soon!

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    Gentlemen,
    Thank you for the kind words and the best wishes.
    TC, in couple months I'll probably buy my own chopper and join you on the road. Chaaaaaaarge!

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    I hope all goes well Obie, and I’m sure you are well aware of the benefits of your rehab exercises. They will make a giant difference.
    It's not what you know, it's who you take fishing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Obie View Post
    I like it, Bob. It seems to have all the convenient space you need to pack your shaving set up. Well done, my friend.
    Thanks Obie. Apologies for being remiss in not wishing you the best outcome in your upcoming knee replacement operation and rehab in my initial post.

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    Best of luck with knee replacement. Speedy recovery.
    8 years ago my wife had both done at one time. Three months later they were surprised at the quick recovery.

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    I too was remiss in not wishing you a speedy recovery from your knee operation.

    I have a neighbour who had both knees replaced in a 4 month time frame. She was riding her bike across Europe 6 months later. It seems that there has been incredible progress in the procedure, technology and rehabilitation associated with this surgery.

    WIshing you all the best and a speedy rehab.
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    Good luck with the knee replacement Obie.
    Think positive...now you will have a matched set!

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    That's a class piece of gear Obie.

    I don't travel anymore so I don't even have any travel paraphernalia. I guess if I do I'll do it on the cheap.

    The best of luck on your bionic knee. The missus had hers done 6 weeks ago. She's still recuperating but is almost back to normal as far as walking is concerned.
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    Gentlemen,

    Thank you again for the kind words. Through the years, especially in my traveling period, I've owned a variety of wet packs. Somehow I keep coming back to the British military style, pictured in this thread. Also, I love leather. Finally, the chestnut color of the leather outside matches beautifully with the military green of water proof canvas inside. Love this wet pack.

    And thank you for the good wishes. Indeed, I work hard at rehab, and will do it this time, as well. I'll be around for the next few days. After the operation on Friday, I will have my iPad with me and will keep in touch as much as possible.

    Happy New Year, everyone.

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