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Any suggestions for a tall, thin spiral notebook. FP friendly ink, of course. The size of the larger Traveler's notebook is about what I'm thinking of:

The regular Traveler's Notebook  is: 2.1 x 22.2 cm or 4.76 x 8.74 inches,

but I don't need that exact size.

 

I know that Traveler's has something similar, but the cover needs to fold over, spiral style - I'm not sure if the Traveler's notebooks do, I can't tell from the pictures.

Grid or dot would be nice, but not required.

 

Thx

 

 

 

   

 

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It seems to me that I've seen what you're looking for, markh -- but I don't remember where.  Are you looking for something like this (or something longer?): 

https://www.gouletpens.com/collections/all-paper/products/maruman-mnemosyne-n193-a7-notepad-lined?variant=11884719210539

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Thanks for suggestions. I think a top-bound book would only get half the pages used. I used to be a reporter for a local paper and ran through these like water, and that's always how I used them.

 

So looking for side bound.

 

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"Bad spelling, like bad grammar, is an offense against society."

- - Good Form Letter Writing, by Arthur Wentworth Eaton, B.A. (Harvard);  © 1890

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Don't forget, depending on where you live, you can go to an office supply store and have pages cut to the size you want and then spiral bound.  That way, you have the exact paper you want.

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