Monday, March 27, 2006


Traveling With Meat

How to Save Enough Money for an Extra Day at Disney

It's my feeling that every cent that can be saved can be spent on more Disney time. That's why I purchase and transport my own meat to the motel when my family visits Walt Disney World.
This is a fun and simple process with just a couple of creavats. The meat is best purchased the day before traveling so it's at it's freshest. Stay away from organ meats and fish and concentrate on buying turkey, ham, roast beef, and chicken. After getting your meat home, wrap it tightly in saran wrap and then place it in zip-lock baggies and be certain all excess air is forced out of the baggie. Then place it in the fridge until you are ready to walk out the door to go to the airport. If you have a Goodwill suitcase,use it for packing the meat. Remember to avoid the drug dogs at the airport as the scent of a meat-packed suitcase tends to excite them a bit. Upon arrival at the motel, take a fresh trash can liner, place it into one of the motel trashcans, and layer the meat with ice in the trashcan. Cover the trashcan with a motel towel to keep everything cool and you're good to go!! Of course I am assuming that you have packed plenty of bread and buns and chips in the meat suitcase.

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