A blast from the past. My father worked construction, and when I went to the job sites with him, you'd see a few of those around (mostly the yellow plastic Covey ones with red lids at that time.)
I think he may have even had one around here in one of his sheds for a while, I can't remember for sure anymore.
In my high school days , the State used to hire juniors and seniors to plant trees on reclaimed strip mine sites . The boss from the State carried four coolers like those in the bed of his pick up . Cold as ice and tasted great.
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I saved several of those and had them in a storage container by our shop. The wife found them and made flower pots out of 3 of them. I bit my tongue and said "they look awesome honey"
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I have a 5 gal one up in the loft I think have not looked up there in 30 yrs
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I remember seeing those on the highway maintenance trucks back home in Indiana. The only nearly similar thing I got to use regularly were these.
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