I wasn't planning to watch the whole thing either but just kind of got sucked in. I found the way that he roofed the place pretty interesting and I saw that he had a fro and wondered why he didn't split some shakes. I guess that the trees in the area just weren't suitable for shakes. I noticed the outhouse as well.Well I can't say I was planning on spending an hour watching this but hey, sometimes you just can't stop watching.... Interesting video and personal concepts. I finally saw the outhouse about half way through. I was beginning to wonder how rustic this was going to be.
I knew that years ago some high scale RVs had such, but didn't know they were still using the. Do a search on "incinerating RV toilet" , and see that they still use them. And as a veteran user of outhouses, until I was in the 7th grade, almost anything beats an outhouse.I did a remote radar site HVAC install years ago where no water was available and they installed an incinerator toilet. Now that was a new thing to me and the idea just seemed very odd. But they do work and beat the idea of an old fashioned outhouse.
Welcome to the Forum. Good place to hang out.That was a well-made video to spend your time watching. I love log cabins. Always wanted to do one myself but never got enough time for it really! I don't even have time to fix things in the house with all the extra hours I have to work at the moment as part of the cuts related to COVID-19 that my company has decided to impose. On top of that I need to fix my roof and I would love to do it alone, but I guess I will have to leave it to the expert hands of CWC Roofing & Exteriors | Roofing Contractors as this time my hands are full. They have made my father's roof in Florida, so I trust them as I've seen the stellar work they put in.