Skids Famous kitchen storage kit...insulated

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Post by Ridgerunner » Tue Aug 04, 2009 5:12 pm

Yep, fresh Queen Anne cherries, bulk, in bags. The canned ones are available year round. Right now, i'm taking advantage of the fresh ones at a super savings! ;) :DP:
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Post by realityguy » Tue Aug 04, 2009 7:50 pm

Don't you mean "Royal Anne"? :o
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Post by Ridgerunner » Tue Aug 04, 2009 9:21 pm

realityguy wrote:Don't you mean "Royal Anne"? :o
I would think if she were Queen Anne that she would be Royalty :lol:

Yeah, the canned ones say royal Anne. Someone in the produce dept. called them Queen Anne and the display sign calls them Ranier Cherries. All I know is I lke them and just finished another bag while watching my REDS stink up the place! :evil:
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Post by Mister Krabs » Wed Aug 05, 2009 10:00 am

My skidsteer kitchen cozy is made from fedex bubble envelopes and packing tape. My ziplock set is the deluxe version with both the small coffee basket and the 2 cup ziplock added on top.

It may be of limited use for cooking, but it definitely keeps my coffee warmer longer, and the top one makes a good water bowl for my dog.

Thanks again skids for the coolest set of gear in my kit.

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Post by zelph » Wed Aug 05, 2009 10:16 am

Mister Krabs wrote:My skidsteer kitchen cozy is made from fedex bubble envelopes and packing tape. My ziplock set is the deluxe version with both the small coffee basket and the 2 cup ziplock added on top.

It may be of limited use for cooking, but it definitely keeps my coffee warmer longer, and the top one makes a good water bowl for my dog.

Thanks again skids for the coolest set of gear in my kit.
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Post by Skidsteer » Thu Feb 18, 2010 6:29 pm

Mister Krabs wrote:My skidsteer kitchen cozy is made from fedex bubble envelopes and packing tape. My ziplock set is the deluxe version with both the small coffee basket and the 2 cup ziplock added on top.

It may be of limited use for cooking, but it definitely keeps my coffee warmer longer, and the top one makes a good water bowl for my dog.

Thanks again skids for the coolest set of gear in my kit.
zelph wrote:Skids has given much to the backpacking communities, Thanks Skids!!! We hope you get some time to introduce more of your great Ideas. Maybe this fall when things calm down a bit. I've been busy as a bee also.
You're welcome!

You guys keep your eyes peeled in the odds and ends forum. I found a new stove material. :D
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Post by zelph » Thu Feb 18, 2010 11:08 pm

You guys keep your eyes peeled in the odds and ends forum. I found a new stove material. :D
I'll be watching, must be new high tech stuff :D

I went out looking for 2" stainless tube today and came up short end of the stick :o
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Post by DarenN » Thu Feb 18, 2010 11:39 pm

zelph wrote:I went out looking for 2" stainless tube today and came up short end of the stick :o
it's not worth the effort or expense, so don't sweat it. ;)
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