The Ultra Green Hobo Bindle Bag

Thanks to Jennifer at Saying Yes for today’s Obviously Ultra Green idea of the Hobo Bag, taking our cue from No Impact Man’s Ultra Green Reusable Mason Jar which I first blogged about here.

As response to yesterday’s videoblogging of The Alternative to Ungreen Plastic Disposable Cups at Parties was heartwarmingly overwhelming, I have decided to make videoblogging a standard feature.


A videoblog should mean that I don’t have to write so much here, which is great while I’m staring at my monitor trying to work on my fiction.

To be honest, I wasn’t very happy with today’s videoblog but H.o.p. insisted my first attempt was a keeper, so below you have it. Again, excuse the poor quality, done on a little point and shoot digicam with no lights and bad sound quality (turn it up) with no script and no rehersal, but you can’t have everything.

Anyway, there it is, No Impact Man, an immediately recognizable Relatively No Impact, Ultra Greener Than Thou Bag. As with NIM’s reusable portable drinking cup mason jar, from across a crowded room, anyone should be able to pick out the bearer as Ultra Cool Green.

For biking, you can just forget the stick and drape it over the handlebar.

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Juli Kearns

Juli Kearns is the author of Thunderbird and the Ball of Twine and Unending Wonders of a Subatomic World (or) In Search of the Great Penguin. She is also an artist/photographer, and the person behind the web alter of "Idyllopus Press".

6 thoughts on “The Ultra Green Hobo Bindle Bag”

  1. Susan, Marty got a couple large disposable tablecloths for my birthday party. The guests were clean and orderly, the tablecloths were unmussed, so I cut them in quarters and have been prolonging their life by using them here at home.

  2. Remarkable performance. Bravo! Were you a camp counselor sometime in your past? If not, then you have a natural gift. This is the stuff of local access programming 🙂

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