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    Rik Peery Well-Known Member

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    Received my Chuck Box Camp Kitchen today, really like it; rotomolded, weighs about 19 lbs empty, & will hold all the stuff we need for cooking etc & more, including the Coleman 2 burner stove on top, already have it loaded & ready...made in MN, no more throwing everything in an Action Packer & having to dig through it trying to find something... https://thechuckboxcampkitchen.com/products/chuck-box-camp-kitchen-with-sink
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    Nice, enjoy it!
     
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    Thanks, got it for the Sylvansport Go tent camper, one less container I'll have to lug lol
     
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    471928EA-9D10-4D6E-A449-0FEA5021F857.jpeg Glad you liked mine!
     
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    798AD304-32E8-4859-B08A-B7F967CADD69.jpeg there she is and see what fits. All cooking is done on this chuck box. Official name is beaver tree camp kitchen. Has 4 large nylon plates, two coffee cups, seasoning, foil wrap, straws for kids, two pots, all table ware, flipper, ladle, can opener, bottle opener and tongs. Rides separate in truck vs rotting in camper. As usual dirty Sunday dishes go home and all you do is restock your chuckbox in the garage.
     
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    35AACAEB-4055-4651-A277-E84F470210F5.jpeg I bought mine 2 years ago after seeing it in its glory on Pinterest
     
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    Definitely a good idea.
     
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    Nice! Now I’m rethinking the King Charles, lol.
    I sent a PM but I’ll ask here... do the drawers come in and out smoothly?
     
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    Lol, that's where I first saw mine, glad you posted pics, i forgot to put the foil in...
     
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    nineoaks2004 Every meal is a picnic and every Day is a holiday

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    Nice and neat, looks pretty sturdy too. Thanks for sharing
     
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    Nice looking unit!
     
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    The chuckbox can be used canoe camping, tailgating, picnics, backyard fun or shtf grab and go. You have at least $400 into depending on how quality stove you want with it or glamping backpacking spec pots. You don’t want it heavy so cast iron is out of the question.
     
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    8DCE3954-7C36-4EF2-ACCC-D830B3C169A3.jpeg Boondocking mobile fully stocked kitchen. I’d rather have a bear destroy that than destruction of the popup camper. Have at yogi!
     
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    Told the wife she needs to get that iron skillet out unless she wants to carry the box lol, we'll stick it in the truck...
     
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    Now you got me thinking of building one, or at least an out door kitchen set up. I realize now that i go in and out of the pup to grab the pots , pans , spices, then cook outside, run in for a spoon , spatula etc, then back out. All the while, the slam ,slam ,slam of the door. And dam i forgot the paper towels or some &#^@, slam , slam of the door. The slam is because my hands are full and the chicken needed to be flipped 2 seconds ago. I need this , its not a want anymore. Or at least a few milk crates with a board on top for the grill, and then hang or store the stuff in the milk crates.
     
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    ^^ I feel like I know this routine all too well! Lol
     
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    I have the same one, but I got mine at a garage sale some years ago for $30. Has a small chunk missing out of it, but it is covered by the sink lid and does not affect its operation in any way. I have it and the older discontinued Campmate from Doskocil.

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    I prefer the Campmate more, it has better storage for my cooking gear. However, it is also larger, and when loaded is at the upper limit for me to carry very far. These days I find myself using the Campmate for troop campouts where I am the adult grubmaster, and then trimming down to use the Beavertree for pup trips as it is smaller and still fits my needs. I keep my plates, utensils and cooking gear in it, along with some foil, ziplocs, and paper towels. It is very handy to be able to plop it down and have all my gear at the ready. Since I cook exclusively outside the pup this works very well for my camping style. However - I usually have the top packed with pots and mixing bowls, and the stove is carried separately.
     
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    Sneezer I originally wanted the campmate discontinued model. Prices used were high. I typed chuckbox into Pinterest and found the beaver tree.
     
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    What I like to do is rip it out of truck, pull burgers from cooler and cook something long before the pup gets setup.
     
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    4DBC0FBF-79A5-4D64-9B9E-ABCD7887D82B.jpeg Boondocked solo on Memorial Day Weekend even setup my awning screen room. 3 days of fishing with my canoe and tons of fun with chuckbox.
     
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