Hydroflaskin' (I know it's NOT a word, but it should be). I should have taken a photo, but I was a walking advertisement for this local drink bottle company.
I own an 18 oz water bottle AND a 17 oz food flask. My water bottle is used for coffee, tea and water. My food flask is used for my lunch. It keeps my hot lunch hot until lunch time and my cold lunch nice and cold. The food flask is pretty much one of my favorite Bend inventions (next to the Silipint). Either one stays hot or cold for at least 24 hours!
I kept breaking my ceramic cups for my coffee and it was bumming me out. Problem solved when I got my Hydro Flask.
I also have this weird Hydro Flask/Silipint hack I need to do a video on because I can't describe the hack in words ... you have to see the hack in action. I promised Lucas at Hydro Flask I'd video it and I need to stick to my word.
You can get Hydroflask pretty much ANYWHERE in Bend. My nephew Mitchell became slightly obsessed with them during his visit this summer. I believe my sister-in-law called them to see if they made camo flasks, but they don't, yet.
On my Christmas gift list is a 64 oz. Hydro Flask Growler. We'll see if Santa leaves one under the tree for me (hopefully full of cold Boneyard Beer).
If you're looking to support a charity and get a Hydroflask, head to the Seconds Sale Saturday, December 7th benefiting Bethlehem Inn (more details here). The event will take place at the Hydro Flask Headquarters at 561 NW York Drive in Bend, from 9 AM to 1 PM PST, while supplies last."Seconds" are flasks with dents, scratches or misprints.
Disclaimer: Hydro Flask gave me the 18 oz water bottle I use for coffee. I had shared with them that I left my original one at the hospital when I had my daughter and the hospital couldn't find it. They were so nice to give me a new one. Thanks Hydro Flask.