Love the drawer set up.Here you go....
Of course, if you set up your Cruiser properly, there's really no need to substitute a cooler for a fridge
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Our parents left a bunch of prepackaged water bottles at the house. I've been freezing them and using them to cool the water in the CryoCuff cooler. Effective and far less messy than loose ice. I'll be using this approach on future trips. It's so nice not to have to retrieve a bag of lunchmeat or whatever from a pool of water.For long trips I like to freeze large containers (gallon milk jugs and the like) to make blocks of ice that later become water. Most of the time I'm on a long trip I'll need fresh water along the way, so its a 2-fer. Block ice is much more effective at keeping a cooler cold than cubes.
I'm stuck trying to visualize the use of the word "on".
Reporting back: cooler is great except I despise the latches. They are way too hard to open, and seem to be getting harder,not easier....Do we need a cooler quiver thread?
I have a Yeti 50 and love it; I was sold after reading a review from someone who had used one to jack up his jeep after getting stuck. I also have a slew of the soft-sided Mountainsmith cooler bags (which are a good size and sturdy but obviously don't keep stuff cold very long). I wanted something smaller and hard-sided, so I just picked up this 16qt Stanley. Haven't used it yet but it seems sturdy, and I like the spot on top for a thermos or something. Will report back.
@Justin Koski and I just picked up some silent auction items for the Hall of Fame event. One of the items was a Yeti Ice bucket.View attachment 13430
I took delivery of this SOB a month or so ago. So far so go. I've never had much luck with soft-sides lasting. This seems more durable than the others. It's a day cooler (or weekend at most) because of it's 20-quart size. The Wife likes it's weight compared to a hard side.