Forget Moab , try Kitchentana !!!!!

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  1. Corvette427

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    The many obstacles I conquered on this course are:

    The outside bank trails.
    The quartz mine stretch .
    The dig electric trench crawls .
    The fridgidaire cleaner / cooler box.
    The wall tile grouting canyon.
    TheAmish hand out.

    Finally, the Stella green mountain https://instagram.com/p/Bgc7rJCB_Ud/

    Seriously, this is the first power wagon in the kitchen right?








    YES!!!!

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    your kitchen in your garage is nicer than the kitchen in my house
     
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    Humble brag thread.
     
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    I'm currently obtaining estimates on a plain 42'W x 64'L x 15'8"H pole building with two 12' tall double wide garage doors for my 2016 Power Wagon and some of its larger pull toys, lawn and tree equipment, and other vehicles. Just a concrete pad floor, some windows, and an electrical box. The nice kitchen post though gave me an idea of adding even another electrical outlet to run both the previously planned pellet stove and now an old beat up mid 70's era microwave oven!

    Nothing fancy though like a kitchen sink in this 3rd garage on a vacant back part of my acreage. Other than an old muddy and horse manured 20' x 25' x 12' pole barn, my Power Wagon needs a cleaner spot for its winter protection and maintenance. With it's topper rack it's way too tall for the other two garages. Fits only in the quite gross pole barn.

    Is my new garage going to big enough for my Power Wagon? Can't go wider on a pole building due to the trusses limitations, but could go higher and much longer. With Moab within a two hour drive away I want to be able to hop into it without scraping the windshield each winter morning in order to be able to stop at McDonald's in Moab for an early breakfast.
     
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    That’s nice I like the fridge full of Stella
     
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    If I could like this more, I would.

    This. Is. Amazing.
     
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    I don't see a beer tap... Shame on you ;)
     
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    I think there is a keg under the kitchen sink and you just turn the faucet to fill your mug.
     
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    Click his video link.....the fridge is literally full of beer. :happy160:
     

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