From: Tim [mailto:]
Sent: Wednesday, April 18, 2012 8:47 AM
Does the new cup rule include me making bloodies and screwdrivers in personal cups or is there a Styrofoam exception?
In support of this request, the B.M. states that styrofoam keeps the Screwdrivers colder longer and the coffee hotter longer.
The official response from the RRCC is: drink faster. Having styrofoam cups, and especially little pieces of styrofoam cups, all over camp and in the bottom of our canoes is one of the main reasons the O.P.C. rule was implemented.
The Screwdrivers tasted just right in real cups on the fall trip.
In other beverage news: we coated the inside of the jon boat's built-in cooler (formerly live well) with Gluvit because it was leaking too, and because ever since we discovered it we coat everything that doesn't move with Gluvit. So when you're making those Screwdrivers you might want to take your ice off the top.