A Garceau and Honey Buckets

With an elegant title like ‘garceau’, I think this fits..

It doesn’t appear to be “public”, but I would use it in need as long as it was not locked (doors were open at this time). It is in a parking lot that seems to be Boeing related — like commuter buses — and there were a crew of bus washers and cleaners at work. Must be meant for them.

These Honey Buckets look a little atilt …

…and it is not the photographer. These are at the soccer fields near the local high school. I don’t think the color has any significance about what you plan to do in there ;’-0.

And then — I just HAD to take this selfie. Perhaps it will stand in for a self video as I am not good at that.

I did experiment with a self video but it was so awful that I deleted it immediately. I wanted no one to see that disaster. I may play with the idea over time and if I come up with something half decent will post it then. In the mean time — I will leave you to your own imaginations.

8 response to "A Garceau and Honey Buckets"

    • By: NancyG Posted: April 29, 2019

      Very interesting history about porta potties. Leave it to you Rich to find this information. Thanks for the lesson.

  1. By: Suzanne Posted: April 30, 2019

    Nice selfie! And good finds for the challenge!
    So many nicknames for portable toilets, many very original and humorous, but honey bucket is one I really dislike. The association of honey and the contents of a chemical toilet I find revolting. Oh well…

    • By: NancyG Posted: April 30, 2019

      I agree about the Honey Bucket name! Lots of other names could be used, and simply Porta Potty works!

    • By: NancyG Posted: May 1, 2019

      Oh good Janet — nice to not be the only one here with this experience. ;’-)

  2. By: Lah Posted: May 4, 2019

    The last porta potti I used was just south of Koblenz, Germany. It was called a Toi Toi. I assumed it was from the first three letters of the English “toilet.” You seem to nail all the challenges! Looking forward to hearing about your trip eastward, especially the group bike ride.

    • By: NancyG Posted: May 6, 2019

      Thanks Laura. I am not where near as good with the challenges as some here, but I try ;’-). I think you are referring to my upcoming Road Scholar tour on the Katy Trail. I will let you know how that goes. It will be happening in just about a month.

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