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Humble Beginnings

I know, my last post wasn’t very exciting but I felt that the backstory needed to be there. Now that that is out of the way, we can get down to the fun stuff! 253 more words


Must Have, One of a Kind, Folk Art - A Vintage Painted Outhouse Seat!


Seriously… when was the last time you saw an old outhouse seat painted up so nicely?

I don’t even want to count the number of times I had to use the outhouses at my grandparents while growing up.   776 more words

Heritage Collectibles

Life Without Water

I remember, when thinking about applying to Peace Corps, one thing that drew me to Armenia before other countries was the fact that Armenia is a post-Soviet country and almost-in-Europe. 1,192 more words

Peace Corps

Sunday Trees – 299

Sunday Trees – 299

Hidden behind these trees is a little house that has long been forgotten, an outhouse.

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🎢 Travel Diary, Day 7 -Tripsdrill 

Hi there!

Welcome to day 7 of my travel diary!

Today, we went to a German theme park called Tripsdrill! There isn’t that much that happened on this day to talk about because it was just a theme park, but there is a bit! 598 more words


Page 20 Snakes alive!

Speaking about out-houses again. Your father’s father owned a summer home in the mountains of Massachusetts.  One time when I went into the out-house, there was a huge snake where you sit. 19 more words


Bathrooms and Outhouses: Cee's Fun Foto Challenge

Thankfully there are not too many outhouses left in cities and towns these days. Out west they are still fairly common. As an Australian we used to call these the thunderbox or dunny and anyone my age growing up in a country town will remember the dunny man calling. 233 more words

Irene Waters