Ice Chest Freezers - Vintage Kelvinator Refrigerator.
Ice Chest Freezers
- A chilled box for keeping something cold, esp. food and beverages
- cooler: a refrigerator for cooling liquids
- A cool box, cooler, portable ice chest, chilly bin (in New Zealand), or esky (Australia) most commonly is an insulated box used to keep food or drink cool. Ice cubes are most commonly placed in it to help the things inside stay cool.
- (Freezer (Pokemon)) Pokemon has 493 (as of Pokemon Diamond and Pearl) distinctive fictional species classified as the titular Pokemon.
- A refrigerated compartment, cabinet, or room for preserving food at very low temperatures
- (freezer) deep-freeze: electric refrigerator (trade name Deepfreeze) in which food is frozen and stored for long periods of time
- A device for making frozen desserts such as ice cream or sherbet
- A refrigerator is a cooling apparatus. The common household appliance (often called a "fridge" for short) comprises a thermally insulated compartment and a heat pump—chemical or mechanical means—to transfer heat from it to the external environment (i.e.
ice chest freezers - Igloo Natural
Igloo Natural 2# Ice Pack for Coolers
Made with pure water, Natural Ice is safer for family around foods and drinks. Freezes faster than chemical gel packs and lasts up to 2 times longer. Sealed tight in durable reinforced plastic. Reusable material can be hand-washed and is easy-to-clean with soap and water. Plastic sheets are flexible to wrap around items or simply lay flat conforming to the valuable cooler space available. Can be cut for custom fit. Eliminates cold water mess to get cooler contents soggy or hands cold and wet. Recommended for use with personal hard and softside coolers.
Welcome to Perkins
This was the sight last Saturday walking into Perkins Stadium (aka The Ice Chest) for the Warhawks semifinal game. Oh man! How am I going to sit on the goal line. I considered chipping and chopping away to carve out a spot but decided the 20 yardline would be fine. Game started at noon and look at how low that sun was already. Ug to winter. But, look at the field shots and this stand shot...it's awesome how they keep the field in such great shape. I've been completely dead to the world for four days. My first day back at work (yes, they let me back in - course maybe they figured since I'm so out of it they'd get some free work from me - I really think even in a completely out of it state I do more than a heck of alot of them in their fully functional state, but let's not go there). I was sooooo tired that I started crying when I couldn't figure out how to unlock the doors (turns out they switched them to electronic systems since I'd been there last) and then it was pointed out to me that I still had on my hospital bracelet thingy. How did I get here? Where am I? WHO am I? I just wanted to crawl back into bed, and since my boss is a rockstar, that's what I did. Got myself home and straight to bed for a 6 hour nap before bedtime. Sleep is good. Sleep is currently my very favorite thing. I've decided that the garage door is the culprit - if not it sure doesn't help matters...so unless it's going to be 20 inches of snow or a death cold windchill - I will just be parking outside. Dang it. It's one of those barn door side slide things. And it kicks my butt every time I use it. I give. I pulled and pulled on it and could feel it right in that there neck muscle - maybe the semispinalis capitis but I really don't remember or much care. But, I sound smart when I say it - course I don't really know how to pronounce it..hmmmm. I can move my head to the side without much pain but it really hurts yet to move it down and any sort of tilting is out of the question. I can outline exactly where the muscle is though - it attaches up in the skull about even with your ear and runs downs your neck and over your shoulder. The whole thing is sore. Owwwwee - Ok I'm going to whine for alittle bit right now. I must remember the iPod today so I can concentrate on something soothing. Maybe some Michael Buble (who's coming to Rosemont - that'd be sweet to see) or Chris (who has now taken off the Milwaukee date from his tour schedule - what the heck is going on there!!!!!!!) I just have to remember to not go dancing in the halls or I might collapse and then the EMS will have to be called. That would be bad. Cranial spasm bad. Not recommended for your holiday enjoyment. Good news is - hey look at that it's Friday already - how did that happen? Oooh, and a little elf broke in and left my very favorite ice cream in my freezer. Mmmm...good elf!
A Photo Of Me And My Chevy Stepvan
i finally found a photo of me with my chevy stepvan, this was dated back in 2005, 2006, I use this van as my snack and pop vending routes, 350 V8 engine EFI runs great, i love the wipers on this van because it has 2 seperate motors to run these wipers, like a bus style wipers, it has an onboard 3000 watts power inverter and 2 deep cycle RV batteries to power up 2 deep chest freezers, and 2 twin shoplights, and it can last almost 2 hours before i need to start the engine again to charge the batteries, but it works perfect, this van is a 25 footer cargo space with a height of 7 feet tall, just perfect for me to walk in without ducking, since the vending company i worked for closed up, i kept this van for a year and had to sell it because didn't have any place to park it on a small driveway LoL, i miss this van, owell i'll get another one soon!
ice chest freezers
The Coleman 70-Quart Xtreme Marine Cooler was specially designed for boating and fishing trips. It holds 98 cans, and keeps its contents cold for a full five days. The Marine Cooler sports a white exterior with UVGuard sun protection to impede yellowing and cracking from prolonged sun exposure. It features a rustproof, leak-resistant drain for convenient no-tilt emptying and cleaning. Four convenient cupholders are built into the lid, to hold your beverage at the ready. Exterior measures 30.75-Inch x 15.75-Inch x 17.625-Inch.