View Poll Results: Outside kitchen- like it or hate it?
Do you like the idea of an outside kitchen? 211 57.49%
Don't want an outside kitchen 82 22.34%
Don't care either way 74 20.16%
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Old 04-16-2014, 03:42 AM   #161
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Outdoor kitchen was a must for the DW. I really didn't care. Glad I listened to her as it is our favorite part of the trailer and makes for a nice hangout spot.
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Old 04-16-2014, 07:52 AM   #162
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Outdoor kitchen was a must for the DW. I really didn't care. Glad I listened to her as it is our favorite part of the trailer and makes for a nice hangout spot.
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Matter of fact one of the biggest reasons we bought what we did was because of the outside kitchen.

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Old 05-23-2014, 01:43 PM   #163
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Have found many uses for outside kitchen. We're on a loooong trip. Besides the ability to entertain outside we've been using it for extra storeage. Paper towels and such plus the fridge stays cold when unplugged - so far up to ten hours. We drink lots of water and along the way we've noted most gas station stores don't have jugs of water only bottles. So, when we fing the jugs we buy quite a few. Best return on expense!
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Old 05-23-2014, 01:55 PM   #164
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Do you find that the fridge's heat works it's way into the TT? Our outside kitchen is up against the bunkhouse and we find that the bunkhouse stays warmer than the remainder of the trailer. Thinking the fridge must be to blame.
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Old 05-23-2014, 09:03 PM   #165
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Do you find that the fridge's heat works it's way into the TT? Our outside kitchen is up against the bunkhouse and we find that the bunkhouse stays warmer than the remainder of the trailer. Thinking the fridge must be to blame.
Some of the pumas (our 2013 295kbh did) have a vent behind the fridge that goes into the wardrobe on the other side of the wall. That let's the fridge and outside air in. You could probably block it though, they probably do it to help the refer have more air when the ok door is shut.

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