This thread is about a three week trip. How is he going to refreeze gallon jugs without a freezer?ok,here's one.freeze some milk jugs full of water,no wet food and infinitely reuseable.i've been doing that with my coleman etreme for years.saves me the cost of a fridge.takes up too much room?how much food do you need for an overnight?
And this is why the fridges are so nice...With shopkeepers I use on a regular and high-volume basis, some would let me re-freeze my polar tubes overnight.
Or you could offer to pay for the service
But if it's a 2-hour trek between the campsite and the store, not worth the trouble.
BB, I gotta agree with you mate, not to mention leaving the family at the camp site or dragging them back to town to get Ice with Small kids in tow and Teenagers once in town don't wanna leave LOL,And this is why the fridges are so nice...
When is it not a 2 hour (at least) trek between the campsite and store?
A 31L fridge depending on how it is loaded and what is put in there can and will hold enough food for a couple of two for a couple of weeks, My 47l holds enough for just me for 43 Days, If a person is carrying fresh Vegetables and can foods then I can stretch it to about 50 to 55 Days,those fridges are 31 liters.you are heading to the store after 5 days whether you want to or not.
Yeah I'm with ya, trouble is I have a soft spot for the stainless 6" 686 but I like the Glock too, choices choices choices,i was on a forum this morning.someone posted a question,what is the preferred .357 revolver,s&w or ruger. 4 people chimed in GLOCK! .follow the way i'm drifting?