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Old 08-25-2010, 08:43 PM   #15
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A number of members are starting to look at their trailers not only for recreation but as a "safe harbor" in time of need. Whether used to outrun a hurricane and wanting a place to call home, or perhaps an earthquake, forest fire... well, you get the idea. I was going to pull all the propane stuff out of my trailer at one time, but have changed my mind. I too may need a safe harbor, and there may not be electric available or the weather could be so knarly that it would be next to impossible to cook outside. YMMV
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Old 08-26-2010, 07:10 PM   #16
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I have the two burner cook top, coleman in my Boler. It works 100%, I even painted it white with high heat paint, looks great. But I never use it. And I mean never. It just creates too much heat. But I was thinking, maybe I would in the fall or spring? But I have a 15' hose that I can connect my outdoor table top coleman to my propane tank and ALWAYS cook outside, not matter what the weather is like. And I think even if it was absolutely super horrible outside, I'd probably just eat granola bars or something. So I'm seriously considering taking it out, but keeping it, because if I sell it, I'll put it back in. But what do you guys think? What have some of you done? I'd like more counter space too, so there's that.
I removed the sink and stove from my 13'scamp.I then installed a counter top
without any modification to the stove cabinet.
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Old 08-26-2010, 10:04 PM   #17
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[QUOTE=Donna D.;221227 I too may need a safe harbor, and there may not be electric available or the weather could be so knarly that it would be next to impossible to cook outside. YMMV[/QUOTE]

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