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Old 04-19-2011, 10:43 AM   #21
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RE: Norcold refrigerator

Now you have got me thinking.

What about an icemaker. That could be the way to go for me.

A good supply of ice to ice down fish and plenty for cold drinks.

anybody have an ice maker on board?

If so what make, model. ect.?

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Old 04-19-2011, 01:43 PM   #22
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Boy I would love to be able to scoop ice up with a net and have a big cooler filled with refreshments!

You are right it is nice when it is time to go home, all the condiments and stuff in the refrig keep things nice and easy.

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Old 04-19-2011, 02:32 PM   #23
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Talk about Ice lasting a while.**That stuff I was collecting will last forever.**It is a million years old and as hard as a rock and man does it tinkle with some good single malt poured over hit
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Talk about Ice lasting a while.**That stuff I was collecting will last forever.**It is a million years old and as hard as a rock and man does it tinkle with some good single malt poured over hit
Heresy! Single malt diluted with ice. Even worse would be with ice as well as water. Actually, I'll take it any old way. Looks delicious.

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*Yeah I hear you.**But man the stuff doesn't melt. At least it takes forever. It is compressed by hundreds of tons for thousands of years. Get's it as cold as hell with almost no dilution.

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*Yeah I hear you.**But man the stuff doesn't melt. At least it takes forever. It is compressed by hundreds of tons for thousands of years. Get's it as cold as hell with almost no dilution.

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I want some. Can you ship me a couple of hundred pounds for our cooler for the season?

Hmm! Business opportunity? Lasso an iceberg and tow it south? I've read about towing them to Saudi for water, but maybe to east and west coasts for yachties' coolers? Anchor it offshore and charge by the pound. Bring your own ice picks.

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