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  1. Canyon Coolers Navigator 150

    Rafts, Dories, Packrafts, SUP, and Accessories
    Canyon Navigator Cooler, 150 qt, less than 1 year old and in great shape. Cooler is too large for our new boat, nothing wrong with it. Normally retails for $549.99 Best cooler I have ever used, we still had (plenty of) ice after 18 days on the grand canyon, front and side drain plugs. Also...
  2. BaseCamp Foods needs your help!

    Commercial Posts
    Hey there! I'm a Chef in Durango Colorado looking to start a new business catering to outdoor enthusiasts. Being deemed the Camp Chef from early on this idea was born out of necessity on the water's of the Colorado. What I really need to know is if this is a service that would be welcomed by...
  3. Cooler management/sorting

    Kayaking | Trip Planner
    Looking for opinions on sorting cooler contents for long, hot trips (like the Grand or San Juan in August). What do folks prefer: 1. sort by contents, i.e., meats, vegies, dairy, in separate coolers; 2. sort by meals, i.e., breakfast, lunch, etc.; 3. sort by days, i.e., all meals for days 1-4...
  4. Galaxy Cooler formerly known as Icee Cool

    Whitewater Kayaking
    Galaxy Coolers are back on the market. for shapes and prices. 95% of the outfitters in the Grand Canyon use them extensively, because having ice after 20 days in July is a beautiful thing:) It must be tough battling in a cooler market full of multi-millionaires...