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Old 06-22-2013   #1
 
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Best coolers for camping?

Also should I use dry ice or regular ice.

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Anything except a YETI and then let all the rafters know that you don't have a YETI.
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I figured rafters would be all over this.
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I figure you're camping every night in your trailer park--thus Yetis might wipe out your vacation fund. Buy another styrofoam one for the Keystone Light trailer troll.
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I figure you're camping every night in your trailer park--thus Yetis might wipe out your vacation fund. Buy another styrofoam one for the Keystone Light trailer troll.
No No No......if he gets a styrofoam one, he won't be able to drain it
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No No No......if he gets a styrofoam one, he won't be able to drain it
That's true, however, Slim Jim's do not need ice. I'm sure they're used to warm beer anyway, swamp coolers can only do so much?
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Hope no one minds if I take this question seriously but CostCo has a 150qt Igloo cooler on sale for about 90 bucks. Would hold a lot of beer!
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I figure you're camping every night in your trailer park--thus Yetis might wipe out your vacation fund. Buy another styrofoam one for the Keystone Light trailer troll.
Aren't kayakers just going to start using cardboard boxes and that "Never-wet" stuff? Cheap, disposable, with automatic draining....

Spag monster- maybe I'll start a "lost my shit at xyz" the other day thread. Or how about "help me (or my friend) get my roll". Oh wait, those are current threads....
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