Sounds a lot like our kitchen. We have plates and bowls for those we know will be in camp, with our names sharpied on them. That way, if YOUR plate is dirty, you clean it and don't just move on to the next clean plate. We have silverware in the kitchen box, but we all have titanium sporks. We tend to have move coffee cups than we need, but they're popular with visitors. We abscond with disposable wooden chopsticks all year as a back up, they go in the burnables bag. We have mugs with lids too, in case I want an iced drink in camp. Our take around cups are stainless steel goblets; they fit into the camelbak pockets or bungee onto the bike or Larry's kilt loops.
we were riding the crest of a high and beautiful wave. . . .