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Old 02-22-2015, 09:17 AM   #1
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Interesting idea for an outside table

Got this in the email this morning Outdoor Table Fits Between Wheel Well And Tire On Casita
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Old 02-22-2015, 09:43 AM   #2
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Old 02-22-2015, 09:47 AM   #3
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I like that!
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I think I might make one...its easier to carry around then the round table i have been carrying
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Old 02-22-2015, 11:01 AM   #5
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Neat Idea, going try that
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Um... that wheel has been churning up dirt, debris, road kill, and you-name-it for the last however many miles... and you're going to stick your table in there and eat off the table?

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My indoor/outdoor camp table. It doesn't get much easier.

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While that is a neat build, I will stick with my aluminum table. It fits 4 to eat, or two with the stove, and can be set anywhere. We often have a picnic table under our awning, so could not use that too.
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We also use a folding aluminum table. Ours seats 4 people and is simple to assemble, and folds down into a small package that slips easily into the exterior storage hatch on our Escape. Got it from Lee Valley but here is a similar version from Camping World:

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Um... that wheel has been churning up dirt, debris, road kill, and you-name-it for the last however many miles... and you're going to stick your table in there and eat off the table?


mmmmm what was on the ground below your table? what did you walk through and walk into your home with? Then walked barefoot? I am not sweating it. I am not eating off the tire, and honestly, its a table to rest a drink on. I was a scout and survived it, i think i will survive some more.
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I like both of them with the nice wood. I usually only see metal around for TV-type tables.
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That picture, etc. came right from here on FiberglassRV. Designed and built by KConley (aka Bluebeard). See all the original details here: Wheel Well Table
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Um... that wheel has been churning up dirt, debris, road kill, and you-name-it for the last however many miles... and you're going to stick your table in there and eat off the table?

I eat roadkill so I figure it would just save me time
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Mmmmmm..... flat meat.
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