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Jesse Biggs
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Here are some pics of an idea being kicked around... thoughts?
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a couple more angles:
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and here's the sketchup file if anyone feels like playing with it:
Filename: skidkitchen.skp
File size: 244 Kbytes
 
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R M H innovators are discussing rockety stuff for this this morning.
 
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I am wondering how you would be able to skid it anywhere without everythin inside being earthquaked around.
And if there was a rmh in it would it being moved cause cracks? And quick crumbly issues?

Perhaps just a nice pocket rocket to cook on? Like the one i believe used in wofati 0.7 last winter, if i recall correctly?
 
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I like this design though the location where I'd been planning my outdoor kitchen is intended to be permanent. I like the flip down counter idea for sure. I live in a cold enough climate that I very much like the idea of being able to close it up in the winter.
 
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Why is the kitchen moveable?
Is there something about it here?
I may well have missed it...if so please post a link
In my world, kitchens basically either stay where they are or get hitched onto something and driven back where they came from..
 
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this isn't on skids but its a neat outdoor kitchen article: http://homestead-honey.com/2015/08/24/remodeling-our-outdoor-kitchen/
 
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