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Old 02-23-2006, 09:52 PM   #15
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where's the bed for the butler who does the serving?
Ah, my next Mod.
Since I use my 2nd row seats out of the Odyssey for Patio seating, and can fold the 3rd row seat into the floor, all I need is a Tri-fold "Futon" and draperies to create another "bedroom" in the minivan.
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Old 02-24-2006, 12:40 PM   #16
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Sometimes I get to wear the butler uniform and that tray helps if I'm serving my guests seated outdoors under the awning. It's nice to prepare drinks and meals in the trailer and enjoy the sounds of the wild while we partake in a lawn chair.

Warning - measure the width of the trailer door. It reminds me of the guy who bought the huge pizza and had trouble getting it in the door.
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Old 02-24-2006, 03:22 PM   #17
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Warning - measure the width of the trailer door. It reminds me of the guy who bought the huge pizza and had trouble getting it in the door.

When I was 8 months pregnant with my first, I decided to build (put together) the crib by myself. I got all the necessary tools, refreshments and good tunes on the stereo. A couple hours later, viola' a beautiful crib. The only problem was, I built it in the living room and it wouldn't fit through the bedroom door. I was so bummed/hormonal I just cried and cried!! My husband had to take it apart and then rebuild it in the nursery! Boy was that a good lesson.

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Old 02-24-2006, 05:16 PM   #18
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...Warning - measure the width of the trailer door. It reminds me of the guy who bought the huge pizza and had trouble getting it in the door.
Perhaps that would be this guy: [b]Warning: Beware of large pizza pies
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Old 02-24-2006, 05:36 PM   #19
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Perhaps that would be this guy: [b]Warning: Beware of large pizza pies

I KNOW who that is

Ooooh Charles Watts...we're talking about you again
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Old 02-25-2006, 10:08 PM   #20
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Anyone have the Scamp factory stove top cover? Wondering how that compares to the home made ones?
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Old 02-26-2006, 12:59 AM   #21
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Christi, nice job on the cover

Ken, I like the dual purpose idea - good way to get the drinks out
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Old 03-06-2006, 10:01 PM   #22
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Just thought I'd add another version as to how to cover the stove top and sink; the wood shown are actually TV trays - the kind with legs that stay attached. I did not have to cut the tops but did sand them down to the bare wood and stain them to match the table. The sink cover is hinged on the left side (not shown). The piece above the stove has screws attached which fit between the grid - this keeps the cover from moving around while in transport. Each tray was $8 from Bed, Bath and Beyond.
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I made mine from 1/4" birch plywood with pine edges. It was painted with clear polyurethane. The center just touches the burner grates underneath for support and the edges touch the counter top for support. We usually cook outside on a Coleman stove and use the counter space provided by the stove cover for storage. We can't imagine doing without it. Of course, wood allows for a custom fit. Tom Trostel

http://albums.photo.epson.com/j/ViewPhoto?...&p=70959856

Sorry your link doesn't work. thanks for the ideas

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Sorry your link doesn't work. thanks for the ideas

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Ria, that posting is two years and nearly five months old. As dynamic as the web is, with sites coming and going, it's not uncommon for links to quit working. That's why we prefer pictures, etc. to be embedded right here on FiberglassRV.

Fortunately Tom is still a member of this forum, I'll let him know... bet he fixes it!
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Ria,
Here is a current link to a photo of the stove top cover.

http://s293.photobucket.com/albums/mm41/to...sonphotos31.jpg

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