Making a Chippewa Kitchen

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Making a Chippewa Kitchen

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It’s the ultimate camp kitchen pioneering project, providing a huge element of convenience to a wide range of camp cooking operations. The Chippewa Kitchen can provide a raised surface for food preparation, a nifty place to hang tools and utensils, a framework from which a pot can be safely suspended over a cooking fire, and primarily, a convenient, raised cooking surface for cooking over hot coals.

 

Here’s a procedure to make a Double Tripod Chippewa Kitchen:
  1. Build the tripods. Lay three 8-foot tripod legs side by side and lash them together with a tight tripod lashing. …
  2. Lash on the tripod braces. …
  3. Position the tripods. …
  4. Lash on the platform support spars. …
  5. Lash on the floor spars. …
  6. Prepare the cooking surface.