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Governor Baxter’s Bindle resolves the myth. The bindle is a real bag and if anyone tells you otherwise you can smack them with a three foot length of Maine maple. No one in their right mind makes fun of an approaching bindle-packer. They typically do it behind your back and at a safe distance.
Our bindle staff is not a walking stick. It belongs on your shoulder and poised at a purposeful angle. The bindle sack can be rapidly disengaged from the bindle staff. Then you can make your point, whatever that may be.
In the event of treacherous terrain use it for stability. Don’t risk your hand on that closing elevator door— stick your bindle in it. Totally appropriate for a stroll down some railroad tracks. Summarize your position to family members with this choice of bag when you exit the premises. They’ll know where you are coming from.. but they won’t know where you’re going to.
We did it again! Governor Baxter has donated 10% of their gross sales for the year (2014) to the New England Anti-Vivisection Society. We promised to give more than last year and we did. My Great- Great Uncle, Governor Baxter said “There is no cruelty as selfish and despicable as vivisection. It must be abolished.” He would happy about our contribution to this organization he supported and belonged to.
We just donated 10% of our gross sales for 2013 to the New England Anti-Vivisection Society. We will contribute more next year!
You can show your support on their website here.
Governor Baxter is making the rounds. The dog bed testers at Gear Patrol have given us a thumbs up:
Make sure to check out the full review here.
Some people laugh at our Fist Mits. They just don’t get it. But the smart folks over at STUFFMERICA do. They’ve written up a dandy review:
Here’s their link.