Troop trailer/patrol boxes
Carey Probst (HCProbst@AOL.COM)
Wed, 3 May 1995 12:02:03 -0400
I dont have a set of plans for a troop trailer because we bought one
from a local dealer. Much lighter weight than any I have seen
which are home-made, but admittedly not as customized as the
For cooking/patrol boxes, a basic frame constructed of 1x1s sized
to fit the largest piece of equipment( stove, pot, etc) and covered with
1/8 or 1/4 marine plywood makes a good box without being too
Add an interior support for shelves and add rope handles on the ends
covered with garden hose to protect hands.
I'm still trying to locate my plans from the 1989 Jamboree SM handbook.
That had patrol box plans and plans for a picnic table made from a
single sheet of 3/4" plywood.
When I find the plans, I'll scan them and e-mail them to anyone who
wants them. I'll post when I find a copy.
Carey Probst, email@example.com
Adv. Chr., Troop 16, Saratoga Dist., Twin Rivers Council
SM(retired) Troop 16, Brotherhood OA Member
District Committee, Past Dist. Adv. Chairman
Beaver, NE-II-53, Elk Lick Reservation, 1988, beads 1989
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City