Thursday, April 21, 2011

Chuckbox video

When I check the stats for 'Round the Chuckbox, it comes as no surprise that two of the top five pages (in terms of viewers) look at chuckbox plans. This makes sense because the chuckbox has been the center of my camp cooking ensemble since May 2001. Many of these clicks come to the blog via Google and other search engines.

The second highest rated page asks if a Griswald 20-inch cast iron skillet is worth $340, while my recreation of lemon aid pork chops from Diners, Drive-ins and Dives is the third. (For the record, the skillet in question sold for $510 on eBay in February 2009.)

The video, posted on YouTube by dracona70, features a medium-sized chuckbox, built mainly for car camping. He "designed and built (the chuckbox) few years ago to make car camping a little easier." In the seven and one-half minute video, the narrator explains each section and drawer in the chuckbox. He also offers several design alterations that he would make to lighted the box.

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