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Old 04-14-2016, 09:33 PM   #11
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fella 10: Can you please comment on the red checked covering over your stove?
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Old 04-14-2016, 10:12 PM   #12
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fella 10: Can you please comment on the red checked covering over your stove?
DW only cooks with elect., so we don't use propane at all and was able to remove the two 30# tanks to get rid of that weight,....... I covered that whole corner counter top area to make her a large working/cooking area, the red&white cover was the only "kitchen" look that we could find, ....I enlarged the table top also and covered it to match, we like the "country kitchen table" look,.... the photo is a little out dated, she has more "stuff" there now, ......

No, we don't remove any of the "stuff" for travel, there or off the table,.... we clip an edge fence around both the cooking area and the table top when traveling and actually use both as a place to put things when we're getting ready to travel, ..... works great, nothing can fall off of either one.......
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Old 04-14-2016, 11:39 PM   #13
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DW only cooks with elect., so we don't use propane at all and was able to remove the two 30# tanks to get rid of that weight,....... I covered that whole corner counter top area to make her a large working/cooking area, the red&white cover was the only "kitchen" look that we could find, ....I enlarged the table top also and covered it to match, we like the "country kitchen table" look,.... the photo is a little out dated, she has more "stuff" there now, ......

No, we don't remove any of the "stuff" for travel, there or off the table,.... we clip an edge fence around both the cooking area and the table top when traveling and actually use both as a place to put things when we're getting ready to travel, ..... works great, nothing falls off of either one.......
Looks good. Not sure we're ready for dumping the propane, but thanks for the info.
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Old 04-14-2016, 11:48 PM   #14
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Fella10,I bet the Propane Furnace,Refer,and W/H are hard to use? Youroo!!
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Old 04-15-2016, 12:01 AM   #15
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Fella10,I bet the Propane Furnace,Refer,and W/H are hard to use?
oh yes, those three would be VERY hard for us to use,...... BUT, we do find that ELECT heaters, the ELECT refer, and the ELECT w/h, are very EASY for us to use!.....

and without the tanks, that front area is a perfect place to carry our bikes,....... that makes for a win-win......

sorry, campbuzz98, I didn't intend to take your thread in this direction....please forgive.......
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