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Old 06-11-2011, 10:55 AM   #1
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Last weekend a group of nine of us went on a motorcycle camping trip and a friend came along with his truck and trailer to carry gear for some of the guys. He doesn't have a fiberglass trailer but I thought the kitchen he picked up could be great for those of us who like to cook outside. He has modified an ex-military trailer to hold a truck top tent and uses the inside to haul gear etc when his family goes on long 4X4 trips, he is the kind of guy who if he is going to do something he goes all the way. This kitchen folds up nice and small and has everything you could ask for, check it out
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I am not associated with the company, just really impressed with the design and craftsmanship
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Old 06-11-2011, 11:03 AM   #2
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and just in case there's any Cruiser fans, the whole set up
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slick! gotta love that ozzie ingenuity.
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Ozzie? Says they are from BC. That makes it a "Canuk Chuk.
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I live in BC but the Drifta kitchens are made in Aussie land
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Much simpler kitchen, easier to carry and is quite functional



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Lighter too probably! But a little harder to talk the wife into
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Lighter too probably! But a little harder to talk the wife into
Since I do the cooking I don't have to talk the wife into it.
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He doesn't have a fiberglass trailer but I thought the kitchen he picked up could be great for those of us who like to cook outside.

This kitchen folds up nice and small and has everything you could ask for, check it out
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How could one of these kitchens work with a fiberglass trailer? Would it have to store in the tow vehicle?
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