While working in one of our fields with the cherries, I have seen this precariously positioned potty lots of times. Today a breeze blew the door ajar and I couldn’t resist a look inside.
The whiff of pig sty aroma welcomed me as I got close enough to snap a shot of the contents. Ironic since it is resting above the creek. But the stench stays as the brook bubbles below.
This relic of old times is sporting the recycling idea that is now thought of as new. But everywhere where I look around Serbia, things are recycled. Not the plastic or garbage mind you… but things are recycled heavily here. Seriously, did you see the classy hub cap decor? The placement is just in front of the natural air conditioning unit. 😉
Now, for the record, I opt for the bushes when nature calls. But if you imagine yourself a gentleman farmer, this is the loo for you!
This is part of an elaborate break station for a neighbor of ours. The out house is just a few meters from this little ramshackle shade station.
In the heat of the summer, this is a cool place to rest during a long day working in the field.
It is also a Mosquito motel at dusk. The stream running by caters to the blood sucker nursery. It also hosts “Jesus” bugs. You know, those bugs that skate atop the streams. Yep, never heard then called that before today. I guess that is what they call them round these here parts. The name suits them too. I mean, I knew exactly what the Muz was talking about when he said there were “Jesus” bugs in the stream!
Random Antique potty blog done!
Dobar Dan Y’all
I’ve never seen a toilet seat without a toilet before 😉 Your blog is truly an education!
Yep, that was a first for me too! Kinda glad I ventured over to check out the interior!
Definitely a worthwhile venture!
Yes, I love that it is good for the earth! Just wish is was more instantly good for the pocket book!
Amazing – this thing belongs in the Tate Gallery, it’s modern art! I hope that the patrons have a good aim, or it could get messy in there….