The Privy

On March 10, 2011, in Long Drops, by jason

The Privy

Some old camping gear sufficed at short notice!

 

Tim’s Drop Box

On March 10, 2011, in Long Drops, by jason

Tims Drop Box

The long drop. Solar panel on roof for auto sensing lighting. Build with the side panels from my spa pool. Tin roof, and a Pink Batts bag for the door with fishing sinker weight’s taped to bottom to stop the wind blowing it up.
Also build a 12volt shower with 12v lights head with gas. Kids still wanted to use in after we got water back on.

 

Superpoo 500

On March 10, 2011, in Long Drops, by jason

Superpoo 500

I’d built one of these when I used to live up the Coromandel in the bush… so it didn’t take long. The best feature of this one is the telescopic roof poles for easy roof removal – so that when the pit is full the whole thing can be moved to a new position… Oh and when the power came back on we enjoyed being a “naked beacon” in the night…

 

Our Outdoor Privy, “the way to go”

On March 10, 2011, in Long Drops, by jason

Our Outdoor Privy, "the way to go"

What are we talking about in Privy terms. Lets make it functional and comfortable. This is the very latest in back wall, garden vista, fresh air orifices completed with newly relocated red pavers courtesy Mr E Quake, combined with deep capacity installation with classicly designed bicycle chain hinged seat. Water proof paper holder and record feature wall. Outdoor crapping, “the way to go.”

 

Campchair Crapper

On March 10, 2011, in Long Drops, by jason

Campchair Crapper

This little beauty was constructed with love buy creating a timber frame under the seat so the seat wouldn’t bend and lower the users bottom into said contents. We won’t be taking this chair with us camping this year. Note the lovely Pak’n Save bag – we ceratinly Pak’d it well. lol