What kind of food do you take on a boat?
When I go by myself, it's usually a PBJ sandwich, an apple, and some water. It's very different when the crew comes along, because as soon as they step foot on the boat their stomachs start growling. We usually pack very convenient food and the hands down winner is always fried chicken. Sometimes we do sandwiches, but that has faded away in favor of the breaded bird.
It's just so easy and it's fun to toss the bones down to the pinfish and other nibblers who gather around the anchored boat.
Somewhere, I have a picture of my brother-n-law snorkeling while holding a piece of fried chicken just above the water.
Other food in the ice chest usually includes pickles (that's half of a "Hot Momma" spicy pickle in the picture... tres chaud), fruit, and boiled peanuts. Then there's usually a bag of chips, although on the boat is the one place I prefer Pringles since that tube is very packable.
This is a really cool piece of gear for you outdoorsy wet types. The cell phone case is water proof, but the phone is still completely useable. In the picture it's open, but the case folds so your phone is in the normal position. You can talk and hear right through the case with normal clarity. I have a similar, but larger camera case by the same company, Dry Pak.
I pronounce it to be good gear.
I'm off to see my perky cute skin doc after I finish this paragraph. Time for a checkup. She's had a baby since my last visit so we can talk about her kid while she scans my battered epidermis.
Don't forget to use your sunscreen and catch some shade this summer.