There never seems to be enough place to put things in the trailer. My wife wants a clean counter top. So here is a photo of an idea for a shelf above the counter top– and it is all removable during travel.
1- 8"X36" white shelf board = $4.47 (notched in back right corner to fit around the woodwork)
1- 1 1/4"X48" wooden dowel = $3.49 (only needed two 9 1/2" legs)
Some velcro and felt foot pads
I put a felt pad on the bottom of each leg. On the top of each leg a circle of adhesive backed velcro was placed and I also stapled it. The bottom of the shelf received larger square pieces of the opposing adhevise backed velcro strip so it could hold a leg on each front end. The back thin side of the shelf received several strips of the hooking type of velcro so it would catch the rat fur and add some stability. The shelf also rests on top of the backsplash trim board. The pieces all come apart for traveling and fit in the closet when not in use. We cook outside and would recommend the shelf not be in place if using the propane stovetop.