Manning Park thoughtfully provides an outhouse at Poland Lake. The problem is using it. Photo by: Alan Bruce.
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Outhouses come in all colors, shapes and sizes. But red and square seem to be pretty safe choices. Send us your best outhouse photos at olletters@bonniercorp.com. Photo by: Matts Anderson
Manning Park thoughtfully provides an outhouse at Poland Lake. The problem is using it. Photo by: Alan Bruce
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Photo by: Mark Bray
This decorative bush moonlights as an outhouse on the weekends. Send us your best outhouse photos at olletters@bonniercorp.com. Photo by: Uff-da
A Burney Mountain Outhouse Photo by:Junmon603
This outhouse has a sink! Now that’s roughing it in style. Photo by: Beatrice Murch
An outhouse at Russet Lake looking north toward the Spearhead Range from Russet Lake in Garibaldi Provincial Park. Photo by: Comrouges
Photo by: Kathleen Franklin
A vandalized outhouse at Big Tribune Bay. Photo by: Phoenix Wolf-Ray
Photo by: Vicki Watkins
A good ole Louisiana outhouse. Photo by: Natalie Maynor
The Barnacle outhouse from Matinicus Island in Maine. Photo by: Jim Kuhn
With only two walls, this outhouse doesn’t offer much mosquito protection, or privacy for that matter. Photo by: Sonya Green
Outhouses at 10,000 feet. I think I’ll hold it until spring comes. Send us your best outhouse photos at olletters@bonniercorp.com Photo by: Vicki Watkins
A composting outhouse at 4,700 feet. Photo by: kevin crow
Photo by: Randen Peterson
The builders of this outhouse thought it would be best to go green. Photo by:David K
Photo by: Greg Westfall
There’s nothing more fun than trudging through three feet of snow to use a freezing cold outhouse on a brisk winter morning. Photo by: Chewonki
An outhouse in Hesquiat Harbor on Clyoquot Sound teaches us an important lesson: Never build an outhouse uphill of your camp. Photo by: Ecotrust Canada
You don’t really need a door to your outhouse when the next closest human being isn’t even in the same time zone. Photo by: Zach Flanders
No thanks. Photo by: Augusta
Photo by: Zach Flanders
This photo was taken during a trip to Talkeenta, Montana Creek and Houston Alaska. Photo by: Kovalchek
Photo by: Danny Thompson
Photo by: Andrew Lin
Photo by: Frankenstoen
When your outhouse begins to look like this, it’s time to invest in a level. Photo by: Le Grand Protage
This photo was taken in Okanagan-Similkameen, British Columbia. The outhouse was built up on a platform to keep it out of the snow. Photo by: Robert Ashworth
An old, hopefully abandoned outhouse. Photo by: bigcityal
Outhouse at Silver Springs in Florida. Photo by: Hellis813
An outhouse at Oxbow pond at Pharaoh Lake Wilderness Photo by: Andy Arthur
These outhouse architects thought ahead and attached a ladder for the winter months. Photo by: Eli
Send us your best outhouse photos at olletters@bonniercorp.com Photo by: Orin Zebest
Photo by: Natalie Maynor
Photo by: Nancy Wombat
Perhaps the most carefully made and well-kept outhouse in human history. Photo by: Meaghan O’Malley
A Fijian outhouse Photo by: Jon-Eric Melsaeter
Photo by: Cincooldesigns
Photo by: Andrew Kraker
Photo by: Edwin and Kelly Tofslie
There’s more than one way to dig an outhouse hole. Photo by: J-nellie
Two outhouses in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. Photo by: Surrealis_uk
Photo by: Sarah Liberty

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