Built this to replace the Cabela's Deluxe Camp kitchen. It was just too big (especially to store inside the PUP), heavy and had no easy way to level. Want to give credit to both Xolthrax and dmwoct19 for giving me inspiration in my design. Sort of combined what they did, along with a couple ideas of my own. I'm cheap (as in in-expensive), so I started with this 4' x 8' piece of white coated hardboard. It's like a dry erase board: Had to cut off about 4" of damaged material, ending up with two table tops that are 22" x 48". Netting me 14.6 square feet of "kitchen" counter top space. Then using this aluminum angle: Cut the corners like this: Made some brackets like these: (the "U" shaped ones came from a piece of square tubing) Riveted them together like this: Until I ended up with these (the tops are held to the frames with clear silicone and stainless screws countersunk in from the topsides and are held to each other with Liquid Nails). Again, being cheap and not wanting to spend $20 each on the legs (sliding door security braces like Joe used) but still wanting adjust-ability to level the tables, found these at Menard's on sale for $3.98 (normally $4.98): They have this nifty little point on the bottom to push into the ground to help prevent movement: Cut about this much off of each part of them: and I have table legs... Attached them to the tops with stainless hardware like so (btw, the cleats on the sink end for hanging a trash bag and by the PUP's door for hanging a shoe caddy): And - Ta~Da!!! I've got a table. It's attached to the PUP with a standard 2 piece outdoor appliance/table hanger track that I got at General RV for under $5. Riveted on a 20" length of 1/16" x 2" aluminum flat as a flange to attach the two tables together (the screws are held to the sink table with nuts all the time). And just use wing nuts for quick attach/detach of the two tables from each other. The legs needed an anti folding device. So I bought a 4' piece of 3/16" rod, cut it into four 1' sections, threaded one end for a wing nut and bent both ends like so: Painted them silver and attached them to the table frames with push nuts: And we have leg braces (run Forest!!! Run!!!) Got these cool towel bars at IKEA and added them to the front side of the sink table: Cut a hole for the bar sink I found on Craigslist for $5, dropped it in and I have a KITCHEN! Sorry, it's just camp driveway at the moment. Going Halloween camping weekend after next and I'll get some pictures of the galley in action. Including the Eccotemp L5 water heater and grey water drain courtesy of Flash82 Breaking it down: Legs folded: Where it stows: And just how little space it takes compared to that bulky thing I used before... So far, I'm pretty happy with how it turned out. Will update that after it's seen some real action and with the full plumbing installed pictures.