I have Plans!
Roy Regalado (rjr@CTS.COM)
Thu, 4 May 1995 13:48:00 PDT
They say timing is everything....
Just got on the 'net' and now I can contribute! I am a licensed architect in
California and naturally, I'm always checking out all the structures
creative scouts have come up with. They have varied from the very useful to
the very scary.
So, I've designed my own version of the 'consummate' kitchen box with all
the bells and whistles which requires four men and a boy to move down to the
new boy patrol size which can be handled by two regular size scouts.
I've also got plans for the knock-down tables, washstands, lantern/propane
stands which hook to the kitchen boxes, dutch oven boxes and trailers.
As its been mentioned on the few posting so far, it is to your advantage to
design around your existing equipment. Due to the wonderful computer age,
I've been off the board now for a few years and everything is now drawn on
computer. So you could e-mail me what your equipment sizes are and I can
push and pull my designs on the screen and provide you with plans ready for
your volunteer contractors to jump in and build with supervised assistance
from the boys.
Since most of you probably aren't able to receive/use DXF files, we'll have
to use snail-mail to get the plans to you. All I need is to cover printing
costs and shipping and handling which shouldn't cost more than $15.00 for
any set of plans.
Please e-mail me privately for more details and discussion. I look forward
to using my skills to make your tailgate camping more enjoyable for the boys
and it wouldn't hurt the adult leaders either! :-)
YIS & God Bless,
Roy Regalado - Architect, Scouter, Coach, Cook, Philosopher, Husband,
Father, & Friend. * /\
* /\ /~~\ } " The way to travel the farthest in the
*/~~\/ \/\ * shortest distance, is to go afoot. "
/\/ \ /~~\ Henry David Thoreau
/ / \ / \
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City