These pictures are because my daughter Anna asked awhile back for pictures of the redone outhouse. The bast was rotting and it had gotten to look a mess. We tipped it over and Randy Lapp, the one who saves us every time we have a building/plumbing/electrical problem made a new base for it. I painted it and prettied it up so now it is nice to use again. I have had an outhouse to use for most of my adult life and would hate to not have one. We don't have indoor plumbing of the normal sort here, but rather a composting toilet and just running water, which as of 2 years ago now is also hot water. I still forget to turn on the hot for anything except dished or a bath, but I guess that's just as well. We have an on-demand system and if I don't turn the hot on, we're not making hot water and using electricity.
This is the inside which is white and grey. It was some sort of dirty yellow walls before with the grey, but the new paint is so nice - but the seat is still really cold this time of year.
A little touch to make it prettier here. These are dried flowers from Hydrangea 'Annabelle' on a little table that Hank's father made from scrap wood back when they were first married and didn't have much money for things like furniture. That makes the table almost 80 years old, which is amazing since it is in such good shape. Rambling again. Guess I'll go and eat breakfast.