This week, the Weekly Photo Challenge is journey. I would like to take you on a journey… a journey to find the ultimate outhouse. This is an essential search when travelling to the northern parts of Canada, where towns are few and far between.
the endless highway... on and on and on.... not an outhouse in sight.
Sometimes the outhouse is out in the middle of a field with a small parking lot and nothing else around. It seems all exposed and alone.
In the middle of nowhere
I wondered about the sign on the door.
WHAT?? Really? At what age can we leave them?
Do people tend to drive off leaving a child in the outhouse?
This cute little blue one was on a bit of a tilt. The bushes are growing around it. The door was left open. Is it safe? I was a little skeptical.
Is this safe to use? Maybe in a pinch. How desperate am I?
Some are doubles, Men on one side, Ladies on the other.
A family the pees together....
Is this an outhouse or and in-house? I suppose it was much preferred over going outside in the middle of a dark and cold night, but I would hate it in the morning.
I am glad I am living in the era of indoor plumbing.
Some Outhouses are super fancy, dressed up with plants and flowers, covered in vines. A treat for the weary and desperate traveler.
wonderful.. this outhouse is complete with flush toilets, a shower, laundry and books, if you are planning a longer visit.
Sometimes, there is a conveniently placed outhouse, but one has to wait for a turn. I waited and waited and waited and waited.
He looks a bit constipated... I wish he would hurry up.
After a long drive, searching for a sign, desperate for a rest stop, I was ready to give up and find a conveniently located bush when “what to my wondering eyes should appear”, but a cute little log outhouse nestled in the bush. I was so excited and about to be relieved.
Isn't this sweet.. a log outhouse...
I opened the door. Maybe…
I have waited so long... maybe...
Absolutely NOT !!
It was time to find that bush.
A little way down the road.. I was caught.
I hope you enjoyed the journey. If you plan a trip to the far north, I can tell you that I have become an expert in finding relief behind a bush.