I would carry on the plane any expensive electronics (Laptop, iPod, and camera).<br><br>What you could do is when you get back to the bed/breakfast at the end of the day, download your pics to the laptop then burn a CD of the images as backup, just in case.<br><br>
The picture doesn't provide any scale; my bad. <br>The smaller bag is about the length of my forearm. <br><br><br>It'll be good for things I want to keep near me all the time. <br><br>The main bag is a front loader, which I like since I won't have to stuff everything in from the top.<br><br><br>I have 30 days to return the pack if I don't like it. This weekend I'm going to do a dry run and pack it the way I would for the trip so see if it's larger than I need. If so there's a slightly smaller pack I can get.<br><br>Plus, there must be room to bring home lots of goodies.<br><br>
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