Do You Have A Lil Can?
First of all, I have seen many of you, and well… mmmmm… ummmm, lets just say, that a little can is a rare beast for sure. But thanks to the good folks at LOWTIMERS I can now claim that I do indeed have a lil can! No diet, no pills, no exercise, just a never ending visit to peoples old buildings and picking through trash!
And for sure thats more fun than all that other stuff that we used to have to do.
All kidding aside, how cool is this? of course you would need a lil can opener out on your boat. Mmmm, i wonder if that was a hard thing to find? Since all cans at this time, needed can openers.
It’s Friday, and hope you are able to enjoy the weekend. A special shout out to our fellow Woody Boaters and family in the Gulf region. Ugh. The LOWTIMERS store in BYWATER will be opening in August in whats left of New Orleans.
Best wishes for the boaters and boats in the path of the storm.
You wouldn’t want to be compared to this product, as you’d be known as “fat in the can”.
I was raised on Crisco. That is good stuff, even if the first mate won’t allow it in our galley!
HA! But its all Vegetable.
I used to open mine with a screwdriver if I didn’t have the push in spout available. Our push in ones always leaked,cause Dad always bought the cheap ones!
But is it non-GMO, organic, free range, gluten free, grass fed, and locally sourced??
I have a pretty good boatoilcan collection but this is one of my favorites,,note the full nudes,still sealed full oil 1925
didn’t post pic
Bill is definitely a big can guy.
Old Vintage Outboard cans! Now does’nt that take me back to my youth.
How about using a church key to open that lil can?