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    Lunch

    For those of you that carry a lunch to school, work or wherever, what do you carry your lunch in? This upcoming fall semester, I'll be spending alot of time on campus and I want to bring my own lunch but I'm wondering what to carry it in.

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    Do you have a wheelchair backpack or underseat shelf? That would be the best place to carry it. I use an insulated lunch bag (adding a small pack of "blue ice" if needed) that I bought at Target for this. Not expensive, and it keeps food cold for the whole day.

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    You can hang this from your push handles if you have them, and you can buy a matching color backpack too.

    http://www.llbean.com/llb/shop/62850?feat=846-GN1

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    I just put a Tupperware (or 2, depending on what's for lunch) in my backpack.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wtf View Post
    For those of you that carry a lunch to school, work or wherever, what do you carry your lunch in? This upcoming fall semester, I'll be spending alot of time on campus and I want to bring my own lunch but I'm wondering what to carry it in.
    but every once in a while, just take some cash and eat out and see who you meet!
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    While at the Shepherd Center my OT recommended the Bento Box. It's an insulated soft pack square that comes with various size lead free containers that you can exchange according to what you are packing. It's been great in keeping things cold for up to 8/10 hours, then the containers are microwave safe for things such as soup. Fits easily into my scooter back pack. Cost me about $25.00
    Last edited by Patty41; 05-31-2011 at 09:24 PM.

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    I can't go on enough about the value of a huge purse! (Marni balloon bag!)
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    Quote Originally Posted by t8burst View Post
    I use reusable tupperware and carry it in this: http://www.timbuk2.com/tb2/products/...ssic-messenger
    this doesn't by any chance attach to your backrest??
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