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Old 03-25-2012, 05:29 PM   #1
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Wine Glass Storage

Well as many of you I am sure have experienced that wine glasses don't travel well. We have packed them in towels and also kept them in the boxes they came with. While in Lancaster PA at a quilt shop and yes I went inside I made a great purchase. It was a Amish hair net. My wife thought I was nuts(again). But I had a plan--"Wine Glass Hammock".
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Old 03-25-2012, 05:36 PM   #2
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Nice idea. We use plastic wine glasses and don't have to worry about breakage.
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Hummmmmm, good idea---

It is a good idea, but I can't get past using a straw!
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Nice idea. We use plastic wine glasses and don't have to worry about breakage.
Ditto.
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Old 03-25-2012, 05:53 PM   #6
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we have the fancy dancy wine glasses (plastic) from Walmart........ should have them this time of year!
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We have never had a dish or glass broken while travelling. Despite that, we use all pastic kitchenware, mainly to cut down on weight. You do have a great idea though. We just started making wine and may have to use good wine glasses to get that perfect taste.
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Good luck with the wine making. I have considered doing that. I do agree that glass is our preference. But hand me a free beer in a can or plastic cup and I will take it.
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Ditto.
I just use paper cups!!
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Can't you just drink out of the box?,
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