Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Retro-Wednesday.....



Sorry about the piss poor picture quality...
This is a Sixties molded aluminum Thermos Cooler.
It still keeps things cold, and I still use it...
One more day at work, then I'm OUTTA HERE!!!
Peace...!!!

13 comments:

Serena said...

Good Lord, I haven't seen one of those since, well, the 60s. I shudder to even imagine where you keep all this STUFF of yours. You need a warehouse! Get through that one more day of work and then go enjoy your well deserved vacation.:)

Strumpet said...

Bon voyage, Galen Lee!

Ride like the wind, baby.

:)

Mona said...

Galen? Are you taking Mrs. Galen out for a vacation for the Valentine's Day?????

Wow! You must be the bestest hubby around!

the walking man said...

Fill it with soda and sandwiches for the drive and beer for the arrival have a good trip G-Man.

barman said...

I have a Coleman that is sort of similar although it is not mine now that I think of it. I probably should return that and apologize.

Good luck on that trip. We will hold down the fort here with the snow and bad weather... don't feel guilty. Kidding, have a great winter get away.

Mona said...

what happened to the digital camera that you received for X mas? You ought to take pictures with that!

Shadow said...

isn't it amazing how long old things last/have lasted. i don't think we'll find too many of our things in 20/30 years time...

lime said...

is the cooler going with you to hold some tasty beverages and snacks?

Akelamalu said...

I got two days to work then I got the weekend to pack for Spain! Hope you have a great time.:)

G-Man said...

Sherry..xo
Chandra..:P
Mark
Monique
Brotha Bryan
Shadow Dancing
Lime-Aid
Pearlie-Mae
Thank You all for visiting and commenting, I'm very geeked about leaving at 5 AM..Later!!

buffalodick said...

We gave one away when my folks were both gone- still worked fine, just heavy!

Lulda Casadaga said...

GMan enjoy your trip...:)

Mojo said...

Oh MAN... I used to have one of those... I won it as a door prize at the school carnival in ... 1966. My family used it until the lid broke off some time in the 70's. Between that and my dad's army surplus "Mermite Can" we had mobile refrigeration covered!