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Submit your work, meet writers and drop the. Become a member. Marshal Gebbie Sep The Outhouse. Only those who have used an outhouse would appreciate this.
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Opinion Outhouse odes: Stories and poem about bygone bathrooms This collection of pictures of the architectural wonders known as outhouses was put together by Jim Puppe, Fargo, who gave it to his friend Steve Strege, also of Fargo. Who could forget those cold nights when nature called and we knew what was awaiting us down the path!
You don't even have to flush it!! They had just moved to a different house on the 'outskirts' of Wheatland.
This collection of pictures of the architectural wonders known as outhouses was put together by Jim Puppe, Fargo, who gave it to his friend Steve Strege, also of Fargo. Special to The Forum.
Mike Knudson, Mayville, N. As a sideline, Mike tells of the time an old farmer in Grinager's, a general store which used to be in Mayville, was embarrassed because he was buying toilet paper. So he told the clerk who was ringing up his order that 'it's not for me, it's for the wife and. As I recall, everything about Wheatland was 'the outskirts,' " he says.
Suggested Articles. Steve sent a copy of it to Neighbors, with Jim's permission, since it is copy Written By: Bob Lind am, Nov. This collection of photos of outhouses was assembled by Jim Puppe, Fargo. If you have an item of interest for this column, mail it to Neighbors, The Forum, BoxFargo, NDfax it to or blind forumcomm.
Anyhow, Dave writes, "Kathy needed a toilet trip, so Grandma directed her to a path toward the trees in the back yard. Steve sent a copy of it to Neighbors, with Jim's permission, since it is copyrighted, in the wake of a column about those all-important structures of years past. In conclusion to this column, Neighbors turns to a note from Dave Knecht, Fargo, who writes of a favorite family memory.
Some years ago, Larry wrote a poem about those memories. Crime and Courts.
Now he sends it to Neighbors, thinking "perhaps it will make someone chuckle and say, 'Yes, I've been there, and I don't want to go back! Trending Articles. Roger Goettsch, Moorhead, writes that "fortunately, we did have indoor plumbing, but there was an outhouse by the alley, which was much closer to the garden.