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Galley pictures

Postby irgod32 » Tue Sep 13, 2016 10:33 pm

Post pictures of your galley so that others can have a general or new and innovative ideas for a galley design.
What is important to you, or a must have in your galley.
Simple ways to secure items stored in the galley area.
What are some of the things you've learned NOT to do/use in the galley
Show us your ideas...
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Re: Galley pictures

Postby slowcowboy » Wed Sep 14, 2016 6:34 am

I took the stove out after yea 2 or 3 years. didn't really need it. found out a plain jane coleman works the best on a nearby table. I used to use a coleman propane skillet and never touched it last summer. my sink I don't wash dishes in...........its just to collect dirty stuff or for more storage............really don't even need that thing. just give me a couple of cubards and really that's all I need in a galley just storage spaces.

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Re: Galley pictures

Postby Nobody » Wed Sep 14, 2016 9:19 am

We built as simple as possible. NO plumbing, no sink, no 'fridge', small 1-burner 'butane stove replaced the 2-burner propane stove within a year or two. We 'lined' the visible woodwork walls & doors with fabric using spray adhesive. After a few years when it began to look raggedy we simply pulled it off & replaced it with different fabric. Gave the galley an entirely new look. Copied another TDer's 'fold-out' shelf before the galley was actually finished. The butane stove sits on the fold-out shelf most of the time. We also carry a Coleman propane oven behind one of the lower doors & use it fairly often. A 7-gallon water jug sets either on a picnic table or on the right side outside table. After 10yrs & near 30K miles we probably wouldn't change a thing...

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Re: Galley pictures

Postby tony.latham » Wed Sep 14, 2016 9:27 am

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Re: Galley pictures

Postby S. Heisley » Wed Sep 14, 2016 9:01 pm

I think this site still works: http://s134.photobucket.com/user/ams-te ... show#/grid
I just looked and it does still work. There are well over 500 galleys shown there.
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Re: Galley pictures

Postby slowcowboy » Thu Sep 15, 2016 6:40 am

really the galley on a teardrop is a chuck wagen on a ranch. all you need is what a ranch cook has had for years. just a table and a good set of cubards. that's really all you need your sink really can be a large proclen bowl......or wash basin. and you got a nearby camp fire. and a portable camping stove really inter gas lines are not needed ether to the stove white gas works great as does a coleman can like the stove came from the store with. a table to lay things on portable is a must have I mean dutch ovens are portable coolers are easy and cheap its really all you need just the set of cubards and a table like a normal ranch chuckwagen.........and ranch cooks cook for a crew with no built in stove or plumbed in sink.........so really a galley can be as simple as you want it. a lot of people just call teardrops luxury tents and really they can be if you want them to be. depends on your personal tast and how much you care to inest money into the galley and how much you want to rough it. some of us never use the galley and eat out on road trips using the tear only as a hotel room............some of us don't even have a galley hatch or even have a galley on our teardrops.........so theres lots you can do on your preference...........to me the luxury items like a built in stove and sink after 5 years I just find I no longer want or use but that's just me. slow
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Re: Galley pictures

Postby KennethW » Thu Sep 15, 2016 7:47 am

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I like that table ideal. Easy to use, takes almost no room and better then the pull out shelve that uses counter space.. Make your galley have two more feet of usable counter space.
One could ever mount a stove right to it if one would like, for very quick use. If a builder wanted a sink cut a hole and insert a stainless bowl. :applause:
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Re: Galley pictures

Postby mandymurrin » Thu Sep 15, 2016 8:56 pm

S. Heisley wrote:I think this site still works: http://s134.photobucket.com/user/ams-te ... show#/grid
I just looked and it does still work. There are well over 500 galleys shown there.

The link didn't work for me.

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Re: Galley pictures

Postby lrrowe » Fri Sep 16, 2016 7:04 am

It just worked again for me.
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Re: Galley pictures

Postby S. Heisley » Fri Sep 16, 2016 6:47 pm

mandymurrin wrote:
S. Heisley wrote:I think this site still works: http://s134.photobucket.com/user/ams-te ... show#/grid
I just looked and it does still work. There are well over 500 galleys shown there.

The link didn't work for me.

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The first time that I tried, it didn't work for me, either; but, the second time, it did. I think it might have something to do with the size of the file. Storing some 540 pictures of galleys has got to take more than a bit of space and additional time to load for viewers. The other way that it worked for me was to copy the address and paste it into your address line at the top of your screen and hit enter.
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Re: Galley pictures

Postby irgod32 » Sun Sep 18, 2016 3:57 pm

The link worked for me but it was kinda slow so it was hard going thru them. The pictures were a bit small and really hard to see. Maybe post your favorite ideas here? Or tell what works and what really doesn't?
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