And now, the site is complete. All of the kitchen equipment has been added and I'm ready to get at the enjoyment of a fine camping vacation. I have two EZ-UP canopies, one is an older commercial canopy and one is their newer Endeavor canopy with two sidewalls. I must say that the EZ-UP Endeavor is one seriously tough canopy...it's a little stiff to set up with one person, but it takes wind and weather a lot better than any other of their canopies that I've used over the years. I have an older Camp Chef Pro-90 three-burner stove which will probably be replaced one of these days. For high wind days, I have a two-burner Camp Chef Everest stove, which performs superbly even in windy conditions with the wind shades around the burners. I use several Camp Chef Camp Sherpas for storage, with two of them staying in my camping gear all the time with equipment that is permanently part of my camping setup, and the third staying in my house and getting loaded with equipment and ingredients that are shared with my home kitchen. I also use a Bass Pro Shops Deluxe Camp Kitchen, which replaced the Cabela's Camp Kitchen that I used to use. The Bass Pro Shops kitchen, while it has less usable counter space, is much more durably-built than the Cabela's model. And finally, I have a Weber Q1000 grill. My aunt and uncle bought one a couple years ago for use with their RV and liked it, so I walked around the campground one day looking at everybody's grills and found that a very large percentage of the campers at Hart Ranch were either using this grill or one of its bigger brothers, so I figured it must be pretty good. I bought one when my last grill rusted out and I haven't regretted it one bit.