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hi, i’m just wondering, is it cool that i bring my longboard?
mainly because i don’t want to be busing everywhere all the time.
do you think it’s a good idea or not?

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I think you could. I bet you could get some bungee cords and strap it on the back of your pack. Not a bad idea.

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you think that museums care if i carry it on my back pack?
i have a backpack that can attach my longboard on it

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Good question. I think it would depend on the museum. Many larger museums have a place to check bags (some require it). That would certainly be a solution.

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Reykjavik, London, Lille, Berlin, Kraków, Lviv, Istanbul, Selçuk, Pamukkale, Kızkalesi, Göreme, Kars, Bat'umi, Akhalts'ikhe, Tbilisi, Telavi, Istanbul

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