Freeze dried

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7 Responses to Freeze dried

  1. Whynot says:

    If the humidity is low, not a bad way to do it. Let them freeze, then knock the ice off, the wear. Doesn’t work too well if humidity is high (think wet snow).

  2. Heathen says:

    Brings back childhood memories .

  3. Phssthpok says:

    Laugh all you want…it works!

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sublimation_(phase_transition)

    It takes quite a bit longer, though.

  4. Kenny the Scot says:

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5173501/Stark-satellite-picture-shows-blanket-snow-Scotland.html

    It was minus 9 the other day when I went into work. Creeping along at 20 mph, the roads hard as iron, it sounded like a dave lombardo drum solo going over the ruts and bumps.

  5. Granny says:

    Taking the clothes off the line as a kid, stiff as a board, especially Dad’s work jeans. Picture a set of legs carrying a pile of frozen clothes. Bring them into the Snow room and lay them out over wooden drying racks to thaw out. Boots, several pairs of snow pants and outer gear in various stages of dryness. The whole process was a giant pain-in-the-patootie.
    That room was a handy little item.
    Summer; sun room, spring and fall; mud room and in winter it functioned as a half way house for tons of gear.

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