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65ShelbyCobra

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Cecilt wrote:

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Looks like your camping group and my camping group could get along just fine with our outdoor kitchens, LOL.


Count me in as well. Was the outside shower used to hose off a drunken buddy from the night before and sober him up


Haha, been there, done that!


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We bought our first TT because of the outside kitchen. Have camped 5 times and use it every time. Keeps the smells outside and can enjoy camping more by cooking outside. Love the extra frig space and cabinet space. Frig is only electric capable but is easier to access drinks throughout the trip. Also allows place to keep trash safe from critters overnight. Haven't seen any downside to the outside kitchen.

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We bought a 5th wheel last October and it doesn't have an outdoor kitchen. I would LOVE to have one and would use it all the time. However all the models that had the ODK were bunk models. All of our kids are grown so we don't need bunks. I'm sure now that we have purchased ours someone has figured out a way to put the ODK in other models as well. I think it's a great idea. I cook outside as much as possible anyway.

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We do almost all of our cooking outside but we do a lot of Dutch Oven cooking that we would still be doing over the grill or fire pit. I might enjoy having the fridge for drinks and being able to store some of the stuff we use for outside cooking.

But I have solved part of the problem of toting stuff outside and have a basket and collapsible dish pan that work well for transporting foodstuffs and cooking tools to our separate camp kitchen. We have a portable camp kitchen that when folded up, travels under the dinette.


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I just purchased a Keystone with the outdoor kitchen. It was one of the things on the short list of wants. Taking off on the maiden voyage in a few days so we'll see how much use it gets but I suspect the days of cooking inside are over.

Oh, and there will be plenty of pig meat cooked on the stove


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there is one only downside to this in wisconsin our season for camping so short.....

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I would like to see more pictures of the Outside Bar in the Outside Kitchen


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sorry it posted twice opps me bad

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bradley455 wrote:

heres the picture of the bar " the rail "'i made at a camper show, my rv dealer and good friend wanted to borrow it for a prop , he used it at a few camper shows....





That is really cool, Is it metal?

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Amy--go for the outdoor kitchen!!! My in-laws have a bullet premier bunkhouse with one and our rockwood 2902 does not. We end up at their camper hanging out since we do all our cooking at their outdoor kitchen (and our dueling Weber Qs)! They're SO HANDY!


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