My kids found this fiberglass canoe in the river that's my back line about 4-5 years ago. It was a junker but I left it on the bank by our dock since they drug it home. I got tired of looking at it and we have 2 other canoe's so I put it to use. First I slabbed off about 8" one side. then screwed a 2x4 to the flat bottom hauled it back down the the river and much to my surprise it was a good cut and I screwed it to the "kitchen" at our camp. I couldn't deal with that 70's yellow so it got a coat of Hunter Green. A much more mellow and traditional color for a canoe. No, it's not a real kitchen but that's what we call it. Just storage for cooking stuff and a countertop that provided just enough cover. The canoe add's a little bit more cover not that I've ever seen the cabinets wet from rain. Cooked some dogs over wood for lunch on the fire pit.