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Ron & Sharon TaylorMolly (Maltese) Doesn't know she is a dog and we don't have the heart to tell her different. 2007 Dodge 3500 4x4, 6.7 Cummins, six speed auto tranny, exhaust brake, Edge Attitude.2008 Jayco Designer 35 RLTS
Phyllis and Leonard2014 Cedar Creek CKTS Fifthwheel / 2011 F350 King Ranch Dually
We are taking our Corelle set for four. Paper plates for outdoor eating. A couple of unbreakable glasses along with plastic disposable cups but will also have 2 glass wine and beer glasses.Sorry if this is abrupt...I am getting things set up for our moving sale this coming weekend. Housewares on this table, electronics here, holiday decorations over there, etc.
Luvglass wrote:On the other hand we use antique and Waterford crystal for ****tails and wine. Pack them in old sweat socks for traveling.
On the other hand we use antique and Waterford crystal for ****tails and wine. Pack them in old sweat socks for traveling.
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1990 Prairie Schooner
2005 F-350 DRW
+ the 2 Fury Kids
Fred; you're right. We've only broken a single Corelle dish in the 20ish years or so we've been using it. It was a bowl and fell on the floor. Survived the fall but did not survive the 4 cup Pyrex measuring cup landing on top of it…the good thing is that there was no single piece large enough to cut you left intact; the bad thing was the thousands of little pieces. We were finding them for weeks.
We're taking 4 place settings of Corelle on the road with us but will probably end up using paper whenever we eat outside. We're getting the dishwasher in our NH so cleanup will be pretty easy.
OTOH, once we have a Corelle break and go everywhere we may end up with the non-breakable ones as well.
We are keeping 4 small crystal ****tail glasses and are looking for some decent crystal wine glasses without stems; I've seen them before but haven't really searched for them yet. Wine and drinks just don't work out of a paper cup.
Ken & Mary and 2 Spoiled Furbaby Shih-Tzu's2005 Ford F-250 SD Turbo Diesel2004 Sunnybrook Titan 31BWFS"Fulltiming since May of 2012" (newbies!)
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I am definitely in the minority - I too was unwilling to give up real plates & glasses - I use crystal plates & glasses for everything. The stemmed wine glasses go in the kitchen towel drawer when moving but everything stays put. All my shelves are lined with the foam no slip mats and doors do lock shut. Also DH has learned to corner very slowly! :)
Still dreaming of full-timing, but I am doing my research! I found this interesting: http://govinowine.com/about.html . It's nice and unbreakable!
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Luvglass wrote:We use relatively inexpensive plastic that we find at Walmart or Target. We had Corele When we first came out and one day a cabinet opened on the road and we had 50,000 little shards of Corele on the carpet that took literally months to gather it all up. Never again!
We use relatively inexpensive plastic that we find at Walmart or Target. We had Corele When we first came out and one day a cabinet opened on the road and we had 50,000 little shards of Corele on the carpet that took literally months to gather it all up. Never again!
We use a similar setup - plastic plates. I'm surprised that so many use Corelle. We had Corelle years ago and also had the misfortune to drop a plate. It literally exploded into a zillion extremely sharp shards of glass that we found with our feet and shoes for months. Unless the composition of Corelle has changed we'd never consider it for any kind of use!
Ron, Joan and beautiful dog Callie2005 Itasca Sunova 34A1993 Jeep Wrangler
Fulltiming since 3/28/12
"With change comes opportunity"
We also use Corelle and we have a few platic glasses. I also picked up one of the divided plates at a military surplus that is great.
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2014 Tiffin Phaeton 42LH
2012 Jeep Rubicon Unlimited
Mary Sunshine wrote:Still dreaming of full-timing, but I am doing my research! I found this interesting: http://govinowine.com/about.html . It's nice and unbreakable!Edit by moderator: Activated link. Terry-- Edited by Terry and Jo on Wednesday 23rd of May 2012 10:22:24 PM
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