Bag for my beloved dog
A few years ago, I thought it would be great idea if No.93, which was used for carrying ice blocks and which is now commonly known as the “ice bag”, could be used in everyday life, and came up with H-22. It has a wide opening and my priority was to make sure it could be carried over the shoulder in comfort.
When it was completed, I found that not only was it a great bag for everyday use but that it was perfect for walking my dog.
I have been using this bag for eight years. The bag is full of memories of my first dog, Leo and his successor, Louis.
In addition, during the eight years I had a son, and now the bag is indispensable for the tranquil hours when I take walks with my family.
As this year is the Year of the Dog according to the Chinese astrological calendar, I’d like to take Louis out for a walk everywhere in the bag.
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