Tiny House Ontario does not yet have a propane cooktop. I know which one I want. A two burner by Atwood. It is not expensive or difficult to install. It is also significantly more convenient and cheap to run than this rig as well as being more safe.
Seriously… cooking atop of a giraffe’s head with a butane torch while spitting out Toonies might be a better idea. These little stoves are not very practical (even though this has been handy). The problem is that I have not found a sink, or a fridge that I like (and can afford) and until I have these, I cannot decide where the propane cooktop goes in the kitchen counter top and I do not want a hole in it until I know where every little bit is going.
Still rain comes and I have no intention of standing there in the cold spring rain while my water slowly boils. So the little camp cooker is the best I can do.
Who can complain when one has some really good coffee from Hatter’s Bay?
While I had my rainy day coffee – I put a base coat of (artist quality) paint on my mismatched cupboards. Not really an improvement but still, the knobs work!
Too, I won a free decorating consultation from Kingston Paint and Decorating while at an event to raise funds for the Special Olympics, so perhaps I will have them come to look at the Tiny House cupboard colour? I suspect that they may find this somewhat weird, but I know someone who works there – so she might pre-warn them! Still, I love the little ladder that came with it and I am happy to support a small business. Particularly those who support their community through donating to good causes!