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wvevans
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04/02/2015 02:41PM   (Thread Older Than 3 Years)
Hi Guys and Gals

I’m getting ready to buy a CCS Insulated food pack. I’m growing tired of freeze dried food and want to try this out and see how it goes for a trip or two. For anyone that has an Insulated food pack do you think the Small Insulated CCS Food pack will be large enough for an 10-14 day Solo with the remaining days filled with Freeze dried ? I understand I will only get 8 or so days of real food out of this system depending on the weather . EBay still has CCS food packs on sale with a decent discount . Thanks Much.
 
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DanCooke
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04/03/2015 12:06PM  
The solo size insulated food pack is the equivalent of 2 typical paper grocery bags, if it will fit in them it will fit in the pack.
 
sunnybear09
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04/03/2015 02:16PM  
A fine example of CCS service--you ask and just like that you get the definitive answer!
 
04/03/2015 03:38PM  
Every time I see a question about CCS gear, this Dan Cooke guy puts in his two cents worth.......Wonder how he knows so much about CCS gear? ;)
 
04/03/2015 04:24PM  
quote awbrown: "Every time I see a question about CCS gear, this Dan Cooke guy puts in his two cents worth.......Wonder how he knows so much about CCS gear? ;)"

Haha!!
 
wvevans
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04/03/2015 05:31PM  
quote DanCooke: "The solo size insulated food pack is the equivalent of 2 typical paper grocery bags, if it will fit in them it will fit in the pack."


Thank you Dan . I appreciate it.
 
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