Countertop and cooking

The original countertop was a sink and two burner all in stainless steel. It was in perfect working order but I did not like the look of it and I also did not want to have propane in the vehicle so I opted for buying a countertop for a normal kitchen, making a hole in it and mount a smev sink with a foldable glass lid on it. Many thanks to my buddy Peter N who helped me with this.

What about cooking then? I had a portable propane kitchen since earlier that I was very happy with. They use a propane tube the size of a spray paint bottle. If one of those leaks the amount is not enough to kill a human like a bigger propane bottle could. They also give the opportunity to cook outside. I bought another one in case two pans are needed. Here is how it looks besides the sink:

Countertop
Countertop

The next thing to do here is to make a hole in the aluminium sheet above the countertop. Over the countertop is a cupboard where I store the stoves, plates, dishwashing gear e t c. On the roof over it I have made a hole and put a roof vent. Now I will connect that vent via a hose to a computer fan which will vent out the moist and frying smell. I willl also put some plexi glass under the cupboard that will prevent the “cooking air” from escaping the fan. Here the kitchen area can be seen from the side.

countertop_from_side

And here is the kitchen roof vent:

Roof vent
Roof vent

Mounting adjustable table leg – part 2 – final result!

Attaching the base bracket to the left sofa was a simple matter and I am  pleased with the final result! The clip below shows the table  being pushed out of the way when going from dining mode to standing up:

Lazy-/looking at film-mode:

laptop_mode

Another picture of lazy mode:

laptop_mode2

Sleeping mode. I will be sleeping on the other sofa where the table leg does not disturb getting into and out of sleeping position:

sleeping_mode

And finally dining mode:

eating_mode