In-N-Out Touchless Drink Dispenser

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In-N-Out Touchless Drink Dispenser

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On the way home from Camp Wolfeboro, it is a tradition in Troop 834 (and other troops) to stop at In-N-Out on the way home, which is often appreciated after a week of eating at the mess hall. When my car stopped at the Stockton In-N-Out to pick up lunch, I saw touchless drink dispensers that I hadn't seen before. Above each nozzle that dispenses soda there are two small bumps, and putting a finger between the two bumps, without touching them, causes the soda to flow. While we were there, we also saw some Scouts from Troop 7062, in American Canyon.

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This item was submitted on July 27, 2021 by Nicholas Harvey using the form “Share Your Story” on the site “A Journal of the Plague Year”:

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