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Old 03-24-2012, 07:02 PM   #71
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Dan, is that Scamp's woodworking, or yours? Its lovely! (I'm drooling)
I saw Don's woodworking skills at last year's Oregon Gathering.
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Old 03-25-2012, 05:13 PM   #72
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This is ours. We really like the counter space we get with the covers for the sink and cooktop down (SMEV brand sink and cooktop).

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our Osokozy is still put away for winter.....no photos available of our kitchen at present. but i am supremely jealous of all those who have such generous counter space!!
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Beautiful kitchen, but I just gotta ask - do you have to bolt down the pots and pans when you kick on that exhaust fan?

It works great as an exhaust vent, and the only thing shooting out has been burnt egg smoke.
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Old 03-25-2012, 08:58 PM   #75
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Dan, is that Scamp's woodworking, or yours? Its lovely! (I'm drooling)
Thanks Pam, that's my work. It's the first cabinets I ever built.
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Old 03-26-2012, 08:34 AM   #76
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ok new scamp kitchen with the one.....the most important modification ever invented!
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ok new scamp kitchen with the one.....the most important modification ever invented!
Are you sure this isn't in the space station?
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the picture was taken while driving over the iron mountain range in michigan upper penninsula.

no really,,,,,it was.....
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Looks nice, I'm messin' with ya.
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the picture was taken while driving over the iron mountain range in michigan upper penninsula.

no really,,,,,it was.....
With that much of a grade its amazing it didnt slid off
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With that much of a grade its amazing it didnt slid off
it did,,,,but luckily i live in the "lower" peninsula . so it slid all the way home.
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Upgraded my kitchen for the Agua Caliente get together.

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This way I can see what I have to make for dinner!
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Looks great! I like the ease of access to important tools and ingredients.

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What a neat idea, those magnetic storage containers. I am afraid though on our VT, they would be knocked off. The fridge sits across from the bathroom door, so it is narrow there. I might use them elsewhere though.


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