Art or Utility

At a local art/antique/resale shop in Harris County, GA. 
They have more rooms and outdoor display area than you can shake a stick at. 
We will have to go back for a second look. 
This outhouse was in the 'backyard', just where it should be. 
Come back tomorrow to see what's inside. 


Jacob said…
I wonder how many people alive today have used an outhouse? I did, as a kid, at grandma's farm in northern Minnesota. And we used old Sears & Roebuck catalogs for toilet paper!

Thanks again for your expression of concern, Barb. Denise (our daughter) is recovering and we're hoping she can leave the hospital within a few days. It was touch-and-go for awhile.

Don't have any idea when we'll be back in Ocala. So, I'm posting and commenting only when I have a few spare minutes.
Randy said…
Well I wonder who uses the Blue one?
cieldequimper said…
Oh I like this kind of jumble, even with an outhouse!
Hilda said…
Gosh, didn't realized outhouses could be so small. It would make for a great cabinet, but only after a thorough disinfecting. ;)

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