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Old 12-02-2010, 04:00 AM   #11
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You have my sympathy, Princess. At least my counter space isn't broken up. The 5' tall refrigerator is to the left of the 4' counter, and the stove on the opposite wall (full size) is on the right, with the sink (full size) on the left of a 30" counter. It is compact, but very workable for one person.

RoadFix, you probably had the worst. I've seen some of those tiny Japanese kitchens on HGTV.

4me, RVing reminds me of the tiny galley I had on the 26' sloop we owned for a while, which had a one burner gimballed stove, but at least there, the dining table gave me a little work space. You do what you have to.
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I got my kitchen pics uploaded, please ignore the grungy walls.
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Old 12-05-2010, 08:51 AM   #13
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Mine isn't small, but I like to share the pics!




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Old 12-05-2010, 09:05 AM   #14
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My kitchen space is too small for an Indian kitchen, only 7'x8' and floor space is 4'x6'. I had to place my fridge on the passage beside the kitchen.
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I got my kitchen pics uploaded, please ignore the grungy walls.
I use shelving too. My microwave is on some Ikea Ivar shelving. We also have the same Britta filter. It seems like I'm continuously filling it up. How did I get by when all I had was one of the pitchers?
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I use shelving too. My microwave is on some Ikea Ivar shelving. We also have the same Britta filter. It seems like I'm continuously filling it up. How did I get by when all I had was one of the pitchers?
The Brita filter started out being for the Coffeemaker, then I added the cats fountain and now I use it all the time, for everything. I'm always filling it. The cats fountain is under the table...

It looks more crowded today, we hit Costco yesterday.
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The Brita filter started out being for the Coffeemaker, then I added the cats fountain and now I use it all the time, for everything. I'm always filling it. The cats fountain is under the table...

It looks more crowded today, we hit Costco yesterday.
Our cat fountain is in the living room. It was really funny when we brought it home. Both cats (one no longer with us) were very sceptical and wary of that device. Boo!
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Our cat fountain is in the living room. It was really funny when we brought it home. Both cats (one no longer with us) were very sceptical and wary of that device. Boo!
I had the same problem with mine. Now they are drowning spiders in it, I saw Smudge pick up a daddy longlegs and drop it in the fountain.

What I want to know is where Alix hides everything in her spotless kitchen...
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