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Boort

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Here is a low budge kitchen box. I picked up a Husky rolling box from home depot during a black friday sale. I think it was around $50. I had been using it as a general storage for camping but just recently tried standing it up on end. I put in some shelving using spare 1x boards to make dividers, a cheap spice rack and paper towel holder. For the utensil holder, I bought a husky bucket organizer and cut off one side of it and attached it to the top. It seems to work pretty well and all for around $75. You can still roll it around since the wheels are on the bottom so it isn't such a b*tch to move.
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A photo of my first real camping trip setup when I drove from Phoenix to Yosemite NP for a long weekend. Also two photos of what I like to have set up if I’m staying put for a few days.
 

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Our cooking set up changes depending on the trip.
In 2017 our 9 month trip through Turkey, Europe and North Africa we had a trailer with more space so cooked on the rear of the trailer
Then in 2018 on our 8 month trip to Mongolia didn't want to take the trailer so cooked in the rear or on side tables under the awning.

2017 Trailer set up.
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2018 Cooking Set Up en-route to Mongolia
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