Inspired by Roybrew and Eric I took a rainy day and built a crude "CAMPPOX".What's a Camppox? It's the new form of the old chuck box or as some would remember the patrol box. Designed principally for base camp [car camping] use. It enables one to be assured that all your needs are located in one place.
So this is my rendition of the same.
Front of the Pox Side view with logo Inside view
The inside on the front door.
So...what does it contain? On the top left - are 6 cups and one mug. Top right - 6 plates and bowls. Middle left - aluminum foil, box for food grader, food thermometers, can opener, pizza cutter, measuring spoons, etc. Middle-right knives, spoons, and forks. Sharps - larger cutting knives and steak knives. The white container holds a spatula and other cooking utensils. The bottom left - box is for the frying pan, pots, and pans, and coffee perk, table cloth. The larger box to the right is for wash bins and assorted other pieces of equipment as needed. There is a cutting board in between the boxes as well as a fly swatter. The pole laying down in the front is inserted at the top of the box and can hold a paper roll and lantern. There is a small fold-down refused holder to receive items when you are preparing a meal. Underneath the inside top is a light for nighttime use.
I didn't insert a lot of shelves because I wanted the open space to work with. You create your own camp box to suit your needs.
Inside on the door has [as you can see] dish towels, scrubbers, hand sanitizer, and dish suds. There is a mirror, holder, clock, and thermometer, and other doodads. There is a small spice rack at the top left with a toothpick container.
You can lug this to the picnic table, or leave it in the van. I like to use it at the site proper.
Well, that's it camp fans - looking for another winter project.