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Don Clark <[log in to unmask]>
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Vermont Birds <[log in to unmask]>
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Thu, 12 Dec 2013 21:02:23 -0500
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Martha, Check this out. It mounts on your tripod so you can carry as  
a back pack. Also has a pocket to carry things. Been using one for  
years and they are great. Easy on & off.
Don Clark
http://www.bigpockets.com/catalog/gear/tripak.html

On Dec 12, 2013, at 8:17 PM, Martha McClintock wrote:

> Hello and I apologize in advance for this post.  Hopefully, someone  
> else
> has the same question.
>
> Bill and I like to walk and hike as well as bird.  We put in nearly  
> six
> miles several weeks ago at Plum Island and that's a long way for  
> Bill to
> walk with a tripod and scope over his shoulder.
>
> Do you have any suggestions for ways to carry a scope and tripod while
> walking so that it is quickly accessible but comfortable?  The  
> Lowepro Scope
> Travel 200 AW seems like a bit more than we want but it's all I can  
> find.
>  Anyone use that?
>
> Thanks, in advance, and answer offline if you'd like to.
>
> Martha

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