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Building an Outhouse

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If you're establishing a homestead in a remote area, building an outhouse is something you'll probably want to do in short order. A properly managed privy is at least as healthful for people and land as a septic system.

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Outhouse: Who needs indoor plumbing when for less than $300 you can have a perfectly good outdoor crapper. Check your local laws.

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When moving to a remote homestead with no plumbing, an outhouse quickly moves from a quaint decoration and conversational piece to an absolute necessity. Contrary to popular myth, a sturdy, well-designed and maintained outhouse is not a dingy latrine. Outside Toilet, Outdoor Toilet, 6x8 Shed, Building An Outhouse, Outhouse Bathroom Decor, Shed Plans 8x10, Farm Plans, Metal Shed, Large Sheds

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When moving to a remote homestead with no plumbing, an outhouse quickly moves from a quaint decoration and conversational piece to an absolute necessity. Contrary to popular myth, a sturdy, well-designed and maintained outhouse is not a dingy latrine.