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A Stand for the Camping Kitchen Box Chuck Box

Some one wrote (messaged? that is what we do now right?) the other day and asked about a stand for the Camping Kitchen Box. We don't make one as we have not been able to come up with a better solution then what is already available.  What follows are some suggestions arranged them from lightest to heaviest, which also pretty much corresponds to "Might be a little wobbly" to  "Very Sturdy" Coleman Stove Stand The first solution is the  Coleman Stove Stand  It weighs less then 4 pounds and it will hold up the box no problem, but will probably have the most sway compared to other...

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Paper Towel Holder for the Chuck Box

Paper Towel Holder for the Chuck Box

The Camping Kitchen Box now has a paper towel holder

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Making a Cover for the Camping Kitchen Box

Making a Cover for the Camping Kitchen Box

I have had multiple inquires about a cover for the Camping Kitchen Box. It has taken a while but I have final come up with something that meets at the intersection of inexpensive, useful and easy to make (to match my rudimentary sewing skills).  I am offering them for sale, but I wanted to put the direction out there for those of you who can sew. First here is the finished cover: Besides being easy and inexpensive to make, this design also allows easy access to the handles, allowing you to carry the box without removing the cover Materials The cover is...

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Presenting the Social Distancing T-shirt

Presenting the Social Distancing T-shirt

The social distancing t-shirt, because why not?

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Winter's the Time to Practice Good Camp Cookery

Winter's the Time to Practice Good Camp Cookery

While cleaning up at my parents house, my brother found this page cut from the Longmont Colorado Daily Times-Call , dated Wednesday March 3, 1971, which appears to be part of a regular feature called “Cooks’ tour of the Valley” . The headline sums it up nicely, as a good headline should. Enjoy! Winter's the Time to Practice Good Camp Cookery PHOTO FEATURE by DIANNE BOONS Come spring and summer, many Cooks' Tour readers will be taking to the trail or the campground. They may be on foot, or horseback, in a canoe or in autos or campers. No matter how...

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