In Florida we know the importance of a good cooler when camping – here are some tips to make your good cooler even better!
Ten tips on how to get 10 days out of your 5-day cooler
If you’re one of those people who can’t afford a cooler that costs more than your car, you can still keep your food and beverages cold for more than a week. Here’s how.
1. Start with quality. If you want a cooler that will keep things cold in 90-degree heat, you don’t have to spend an arm and a leg. A few fingers, perhaps, but not an arm and a leg. My Coleman Extreme cooler has served me well for many years. I paid $45 for mine. These days, they sell for around $60.
2. Ice cubes are great for mixed drinks, not
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