Hurricane Matthew Camping Kitchen Cabinet

What do you do when a hurricane knocks out your power for a couple of days and you are stuck at home dry, safe? If you are a crafer like me, you finish up projects. One project that really needed finishing was my camping kitchen.

I like to travel and camping. We are doing tent camping again and I showed my husband this. I wanted to be able to store my kitchen equipment in one convenient place neatly. Kinda grab and go idea. He was like, let’s make it! I am a smart woman and took advantage of his moment of weakness.
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Here is the finished product. I stained it dark because it is going to be used outside and I didn’t want dirt to show too much. It isn’t perfect but it will certainly make a difference when camping in the future. It is packed ready for use. I am able to put everything I need in it for cooking and store it for whenever I need emergency cooking supplies. Plus we can just put it in our car if we have to leave in a disaster besides being ready for our next camping trip. (We were supposed to go camping this weekend but hurricane Matthew changed those plans too.)

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3 thoughts on “Hurricane Matthew Camping Kitchen Cabinet

  1. I agree, when life grounds you for a while, it’s a peach of a time to finish projects.
    I like the way you think, that moment of weakness really pays off sometimes.
    Your Camp Kitchen Cabinet looks great. You and Your husband did a wonderful job on it. It very handy to have everything together. Staining it a dark color was a good idea. Having it ready to use in an emergency is a great way to be prepared. I hope you have many happy camping trips using it.
    🙂

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