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Lanlubber

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Here are a couple from my JL - used the morryde trail kitchen and a Texsport stove which has really good flame control..Haven't figured out how to mount it in the Gladiator yet without drilling holes in the bed, which I'm somewhat loathe to do.View attachment 119047View attachment 119048
Ummmm, does that grill plate come with that stove? Texsport is it ?
 

Jun Dinsay

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With the look on the dogs face he looked like he thought he might be next. LOL
I love Dogs. I lost my 2 sister Boston Terriers this past year to old age. Miss them a lot but too old to get another.
So sorry to hear that. Dogs are great overlanding companions. Great everyday companion! Btw, she is Samantha. Been traveling with us since she was 4 months old. Well, she’s 10 years old now but continues to give us joy wherever we go.
 
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MMc

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My campbox in layers. I can handle 6 people as it sits I will also cook just about anything you cook at home. If I don't know ahead of time two will have to drink their wine from lexan cups. I also carry a my thermal drink cup, expanded steel grill and a Cook Partner stove. The spices are replaced every year.
There is a blue basin under the white one for dishes.




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Captstout

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Y'all have some amazing looking camp kitchens. I use a folding table with half of it wire for the stove. My stove is a 25 year old women camp stove with about 300,000 miles on her. Lol

Here are a couple of meals I cooked on her last weekend. 20191011_092128.jpg20191004_121132.jpg
 

Lanlubber

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Y'all have some amazing looking camp kitchens. I use a folding table with half of it wire for the stove. My stove is a 25 year old women camp stove with about 300,000 miles on her. Lol

Here are a couple of meals I cooked on her last weekend. View attachment 121605View attachment 121603
Just goes to show it's not the kitchen, it's the cook. What time is dinner served ? I'll be there !
 
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