Yep. This is it.
Part of it at least. On the opposite side is the pantry and refrigerator.
Three gas burners (with a stainless cover), a double (and very shallow) stainless sink, and a gas oven (a propane-fueled oven? Hmmm...).
(Oh, I'm not sure if you can tell that the kitchen curtains are a lovely nautical theme - sailboats and lighthouses, to be precise. It is a Land Yacht, you know.).
So today on the drive home from the lab I purchased a small microwave for my future temporary homestead.
Next, I need tableware. I want practical, lightweight, durable, and inexpensive. It'll stay in the Airstream for future adventures (after I've moved into my newly built
treehouse home) - so I'm thinking something '70-ish and funky. I'm packing up my stuff - it's heavy and breaks easily - and the plates are large. Not so functional for my new efficient lifestyle.
I'm thinking Corelle. Easy, durable, inexpensive - and Airstream-ish, don't you think? Also - very lightweight and takes up almost no space. So what do you think about these patterns? The first five are traditional Corelle - Square Pretty Pink, Spearmint, Lifestyles Rola, Hot Dots, and Square Autumn Mist. The last three are Corelle stoneware (so heavier, more breakable) - Cumin Orange, Bay Leaf, Indigo Blue. (You should be able to click on the images and see them larger. There's also this site - so quit laughing and get into the proper spirit of this whole thing).
Now I'm even laughing at me.