More IBC-Trip Pictures

To prove that I use my roof rack for manly utilitarian projects, not just getting groceries, Dave insisted that we get some pictures.


I’m told this is the “hero’s pose”

I have to clean the IBCs up when I get home today. Right now, they are resting comfortably at the end of my driveway.

Amber’s reaction was “I didn’t realize these things were THIS big”. I don’t think she is impressed.

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6 Responses to More IBC-Trip Pictures

  1. Amber says:

    What a GREAT picture of me!

  2. Jeff Hebert says:

    that is a great picture of you amber :)
    btw what is a IBC?

  3. Brian says:

    IBC stands for Intermediate Bulk Container. These are referred to interchangeable as TOTES and TANKS. IBC Totes are large tanks which are used to store and transport fluids and other bulk materials. IBC tanks are composed of 3 primary components – the IBC Plastic Container Bottle, the IBC Metal Cage, and the Container’s Pallet, which can be made from Wood, Plastic, or Metal. IBCs come as either a 275 Gallons IBC Tank or 330 Gallon IBC Tank, depending on your make and model.

  4. Jeff Hebert says:

    what kind of fluids are you carrying? yikes 275 gallons. are you make beer?:):):)

  5. Brian says:

    Rainwater collection to water the garden with…

    275 gallons of beer would be a dream though huh?

  6. David C says:

    No, I told you it was the “hero shot”

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