We know that a number of our friends, who follow this blog, have expressed a wish to come and stay. This weekend we host our first such visitation, of fourteen-and-a-half guests and our Guest Suite is ready.
You approach through your own dedicated gate from which the sitting room can be glimpsed
with an open hearth
This room features panoramic views across the valley
Across from the sitting room is the kitchenette
with a full range of cooking facilities
and off-shot scullery
The bathroom is approached down a shady corridor
Men needing a quick pee can divert to the right
where a male urinal is located, complete with a footing catering for a range of sizes
If you choose to mount the steps you can pause and admire the stained-glass window which features mirror-panes to reflect the woodland theme
At the top of the steps you can pause on the balcony to take in the view
before turning to take in the splendor of the interior
This is a Poo and Pee arrangement, so on entering you have to make your choice
Which ever you choose we hope you will sit down and enjoy the view
Reading material is available
If Poo is your choice you will need to follow it with a handful of home-made sawdust
before availing yourself of the washroom facilities
Pause to admire the antique carvings
Outside you might like to investigate the technology behind your experience
If you have contributed Poo it will be in this wheelie bin where, combined with sawdust, it will be composting down in the best possible combination. When this bin is full it will be swapped out and left for one year – after which it will be crumbly garden-friendly enrichment.
If you chose Pee (downstairs or upstairs) your high nitrogen output will be combining with this high carbon straw-stack to again produce a perfect nutritional result.
So, pause to reflect what this little building has to offer
An aesthetic experience with natural features, panoramic views and a high standard of interior decoration. Plus knowing that no water, purified at vast expense, has been wasted to accompany your output – which is in fact being processed to enrich the land.
Today we have new neighbours
just released from their winter Purdah.
While this Siskin, singing in the Old Ash,
might not know of the fledgling that earlier flew into a window. Now convalescing in our care but taking a long time to recover – it might well not make it.