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I had a customer contact me from one of the fishing pages that I frequent. He was looking for an outdoor type kitchen that was easy to maintain and cheap to put together. The carcas of the cabinets are made of 3/4" exterior plywood and it is wrapped with cedar fence pickets. The front is corregated sheet metal. The Texas Cooler that I posted a few days ago was part of this project. The customer also wanted an outdoor shower and that is what the first the first two pics are. They are also cedar fence pickets. It was a fun project and the first one like this I have ever built. Lookin' forward to the next one…Vic

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nice work, looks like a fun project
 

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very nice, your design hits the mark and exacution is outstanding.
 

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Very nice. When the shower popped up, I started to wonder what kind of kitchen are these looking for. The kitchen area is awesome - very practical,, too. Great work.
 

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Very nice work! It looks better than my kitchen in the house :)
 

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Very clean and very simple! I like the combo of the wood and metal. Great job!!

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Cool design and great work! Love the green egg as well! Nice fit with being on the water perfect!
 

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I love this! It really turned out nice. Great for entertaining!
 

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I have a large cedar sauna- that I dismantled from my former day spa and took home and stacked in the basement. I am thinking I can put those cedar panels to use! Thanks for the ideas!
 
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