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Toilets of Yesteryear...

Apparently my readers are all as strange as I am, and are clamoring for a post on the historic toilets of the United States.  Or, at least the ones I have come across in my travels.  559 more words

Six tips for surviving the outhouse

Nature calls, and despite the fact that at camp, all of nature is there to answer that call, we prefer to keep the call contained to a three-foot by three-foot outhouse. 542 more words

Trapline

Canada in May

A meandering relationship with all things Canadian comes to mind as I embark on the final leg of my Gypsy journey. Traversing through this country played a significant role in my emotional development, from childhood to adulthood to senior citizen. 535 more words

Gypsy Journey

how to get human waste out of plastic bucket

I tell you it stank, thats right. When the bladder was full i had to go. Then at the place near jones road there’s a OUT HOUSE. 42 more words

Creating Floating Shelves

Earlier in the month my husband decided to make his favorite thing in the whole world: shelves.  I say this with a grin because the man would cover every square inch of our home in shelving if I let him!   502 more words

Griffen Outhouse - Shut out - First Star

Victoria Royals goaltender Griffen Outhouse stoped all 36 Moose Jaw shots for the shut out and the games first star.

The Shack Out Back

When I was young there was a country song that went… Don’t Let Them Tear That Little Brown Building Down. The outhouse was used by many  in the early twentieth century and is still by a few. 317 more words

Poetry