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DAVID SHOMPER’S

BARFBAG COLLECTION

SINCE 1980

RockyMountainBarfbags.com


    “The Highest Barfbag Collection on the Planet” TM




“Bagsite of the Month” July 2006

I don’t have the largest barfbag collection in the world, but I very likely have the highest.


Located in beautiful Boulder, Colorado, USA, up against the foothills of the majestic Rocky Mountains, my collection resides in 15 binders in my house at an elevation of 5,601 feet above sea level.  (That’s 1.707 meters for the rest of the world.)


You can view the collection by clicking on the header menu above;  if you see something of interest on my 3 swap pages, please use the “contact” button above to arrange a trade.  Donations, of course, are always welcome and will be noted on the “Contributors” page.

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Countries represented  in collection       (as of 12 Nov 12)

Yahoo International

Barfbag Group rankings:


      World:   # 20


        USA:   # 3

BAG OF NOTE


This bag was taken off the restored WW2 B-17 bomber Liberty Belle.   (# 02920)



Contributed by Wayne Whitlock        

WW2 B-17 pilot

BAG OF NOTE


This United bag was autographed for me by NASA astronaut Al Worden, Command Module Pilot on Apollo 15.   (# 11022)



Contributed by Francis French, Author

                 and Al Worden, Astronaut

BAG OF NOTE


This Alaska Airlines bag was autographed for me by Dee O’Hara, the NASA nurse for the original Mercury 7 astronauts.    (# 01514)



Contributed by Dee O’Hara via Francis French

BAG OF NOTE


This bag brings back many memories for me;  When I was a child, I used to fly the Pan Am Connie roundtrip between San Juan and New York:  6 uninterrupted hours of noise and vibration.  (#09640)



Swap from Frank Mulliri     

Collector, Norway

BAG OF NOTE


This bag is used by Airlift Northwest, a medical transport service in the Pacific Northwest of the US.  Good for vomit AND urine !  (#01435)



Contributed by Joel McCulloch

Flight Nurse

BAG OF NOTE


This bag was taken off the Inca Rail train to Machu Picchu.  (#07070)



Personal acquisition by D. S.

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© 2006, 2016

BAG OF NOTE


This bag was taken off Loganair 361, the Guinness world record certified Shortest Scheduled Air Service Flight between Westray and Papa Westray, Orkney Islands, UK.

(# 07745)



Contributed by Francis French