|Cutting the hole in the floor for the composting toilet. Again, notice the colour co-ordination of tool to outfit. |
Not all trailer park girls are so conscious of this.
|The building takes shape with the installation of the cedar siding.|
|This particular Biolan composting toilet uses no electricity or water, but rather a mixture of peat moss and pine bark to get the job done. Here, I'm priming (for lack of a better word) the toilet with the initial 4 inches of peat moss and pine bark. And as always, one must make due with the tools on the land...the scoop is made from a plastic Clamato container. At least it's not a pickle jar.|
|The solar lighting system. Because the building is so shaded, it was necessary to put the whole light system on a board that can be moved into the sunshine when recharging is needed.|
|And really, is there any better use for a Pooh door than on a compoosting toilet outhouse?|