More ideas from dd
chuck box design from instructables.com  I like that this doesn't have drawers, I like the function of drawers but they are a pain to build.  The plastic tubs are nice because you can completely remove them and dig around inside.  I'd like to add flip up countertops on the sides as well.

Here is a new approach to the classic camp box or chuck box. I wanted a box that stored all of my cooking gear including my stove, was light enough for one person to carry and easy to build.

Homemade Porta Potty--ingenious idea for people who camp and just don't like to use a hole in the ground.

you take a bucket, a section of pool noodle, a trash bag DIY Homemade Porta Potty. make your own potty bucket liner with trashbag, slip the slit pool noodle over the edge for a toilet seat and attach a roll of TP to the metal handle.

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