Rob’s Roost

On March 8, 2011, in Long Drops, by jason

Rob's Roost

This one should grow good veges next year.


13 Responses to Rob’s Roost

  1. sally says:

    Good on the KIWI`S they are the best Good luck to all your dunny work

  2. Andrew says:

    I’d just like to point out to the poster of the toilet in the veggie garden, that human waste can lead to many diseases when used to fertilize foodstuffs.

    • g Starweaver says:

      I have used MANY composting loos over the years,which have been put into a garden compost then onto the garden….and NEVER had any disease from them..they just need to be allowed to compost fully..
      far worse diseases right now for these folk with how they have been forced to live..sourounded by shit etc..
      was a good and careing comment you made though.

  3. bob says:

    Good on you guys. You have had enough sh*t thrown at you all recently, so a smile will help you through.

  4. Ann says:

    this is a super web-site and so many GREAT loo’s…shows how fabulously resilient Kiwis really are – well done to all dunny designers!!

  5. stephanie says:

    hope the cmposting goes well

  6. Dawn says:

    Really liked the look of this one. Hope you dont have a problem with stinging nettle tho’
    It made me wonder, if you put the toilet seat on some sort of runner system, could you move it along the garden, so as each area gets \full\ you can move to a new position? Happy to draw a design if desired.

  7. piqabu says:

    Hehehe, digging the caption Rob… but bags not digging up your veges 😀

  8. Denise says:

    Love the kiwi attitude of keeping it simple. Did wonder what the poster on fence said though. Maybe, ” Please use shortdrop only after dark as neighbours in two storey house next door seem to be a little oversesitive of late. Thankyou for your co-operation “

  9. josh says:

    u should make a cover so no 1 will see u… nice toilet tho… 😀

  10. mitchell says:

    show us a picture in 12 months time – giant veges growing?

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