My galley (or lack thereof; view my gallery to see the latest configuration of "non-galley" features and storage) is due to
- a) unconventional design = angular, no curves anywhere
- b) desire to follow the "built using a 4x8 sheet of plywood" original TD/TTT concept see Wikipedia = limited space for storage
- c) desire to fit in the wife's requirements = 2 doors, 2 windows, onboard A/C
- d) desire to try a coupla my ideas = onboard A/C that runs with the hatch sealed, an onboard generator to go off-grid
All 4 points definitely made "conventional" galley an impossibility- no space. Since I think that one of the charms in camping is the outdoor cooking (I have not got back into that mode yet, after a 35+ year hiatus from camping), so I don't think I'll mind setting up a Coleman stove away from the trailer, or not having a built-in sink for prep or clean-up. At least on one or two day outings (an extended stay might make me want more conveniences). If I were to build it over again, it would be 2 feet longer, moving storage and generator into the nose, and making the A/C set-up a little less space consuming (no right-angle venting, but at a straight back/upward angle). Those changes would make a "galley", with cabinets, drawers, and cooking onboard feasible.