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Alaskan Sea-Duction 07-14-2015 01:23 PM

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Originally Posted by ksanders (Post 348624)
Glacier ice is kinda nifty...

You see a piece of ice and you motor up to it...

Then you see that it's the size of a car. :)

Then you see a really really little piece of it :eek:

You motor up to it, with the admiral in the cockpit with the salmon net.

She nets it, and you come running.

You pull it on to the swim platform with a struggle...

And you realize it's bigger than one of those gigantic coolers. :banghead:

So you beat the heck out of it with your trusty fish thumper.

After getting a couple small pieces to break off the admrial shows up with the hammer from your tool bag.

After a while of beating on this huge block of ice, you finally have usable pieces you can lift into your actual gigantic cooler to keep your fish cold. :D

Yep and that ice lasts a long long time in the cooler. It also fizzes when you add some to an adult drink. I call it very old dinosaur farts!:thumb:

Carolena 07-14-2015 02:12 PM

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Originally Posted by cardude01 (Post 348604)
Damn! Are y'all doing that fancy "cedar planking" on the boat???

We did cedar plak chicken breasts last weekend. We keep the plank in the cooler water over night so that it doesn't burn up on the grill. Mmmm, tasty . . .

markpierce 07-14-2015 02:21 PM

Perla holding a glass of glacier water. Tasted good.


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Spotter 07-14-2015 03:53 PM

Very nice Mark and Perla, looks like you were having a good time.

Sea-Duction, it does pop a bit but after a couple of libations, the novelty seems to fade!��

Alaskan Sea-Duction 07-14-2015 04:22 PM

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Originally Posted by Spotter (Post 348843)
Very nice Mark and Perla, looks like you were having a good time.

Sea-Duction, it does pop a bit but after a couple of libations, the novelty seems to fade!��

LOL That is true.... We would get our dinosaur ice from Blackstone Bay.


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