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Re: longer than stuff lasts in a frige

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Originally Posted by KY Hendrix View Post
Capt Aaron,
Very interesting read on your barebones approach. I had not thought of the pump sprayer for a shower(more pressure and less water is prolly a nice thing to add to the list of things to have)
Thanks for sharing. Now how long will a Parmazan wheel last?
If you are not afraid to cut out the blue parts you can eat off that wheel for 6 months in the tropics. The pump up sprayer is great for washing off the salt water, I bath as I swim. But on cold winter nights (55 deg at worst down here), after a wet kayak ride back the boat, a tea kettles worth of hot water mixed with 2 gallons of tank water in a bug sprayer will get you good and clean. I am currently re-outfitting my boat and all the work is going toward the rig, hull and sails. Inside I have three lights and a radio. an alcohol stove and a bunch of pillows. I can't think of anything else I need down there.
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