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Saturday, September 12, 2009

An Abandoned Way of Life...

There are a few things which we have been happy to abandon...

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20 comments:

  1. i adore the feeling I get, when looking at your photo.

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  2. I love this photo....
    so many stories could accompany it :)

    laura
    www.brightboldbeautiful.blogspot.com

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  3. :) yes, I do enjoy indoor plumbing...

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  4. This is perfect and your picture speaks a thousand words. Loved it. Take care.

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  5. Oliag, is that a one-seater or a two-seater? LOL

    I used one of these until I was 8 years old!

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  6. funny twist on this theme! as a child my dad built a big treehouse for us in the woods. there was a big triangular shaped platform with an old outhouse on top for the house. no toilet but plenty of hours of fun!

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  7. :-D Yes... happy to abandon THAT tradition! Great take on the word -- very funny!

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  8. Susan - Can you believe a Three seater?...all different sizes of course:)...unfortunately the wooden seats are starting to rot and fall apart...

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  9. this made me giggle - soooo very true!!! part of why I don't like rustic camping too

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  10. Three seater! I couldn't bear it! Love the paintwork though! Great pic:)

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  11. I guess that 3-seater would come in handy for taking two small kids with you! :)

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  12. Love the white washed building and ever so thankful we've abandoned outhouses.

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  13. You've got me laughing...yes, I don't relish the idea of ever having to go back to this kind of plumbing...although it would give a whole new meaning of having to clean the bathroom.

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  14. Oh, yes, thank goodness!
    Nice shot though, and love the whitwash job on it!

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  15. great shot. yes i'm glad those have been abandoned for the better.

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  16. I think we all agree! LOL..a bit a humor in abandonment!

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  17. I would have been glad to abandon this too...
    although I do love an old outhouse :)

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