Friday, 15 February 2013

What was I thinking?

OMG OMG OMG I'm going camping.

And they only have a drop toilet there.

What was I thinking?


It will be fun.
It will be fun.
It will be fun.

I will cope.
I will cope.
I will not hold on the whole night and wait till I get home the next day because that will mean an ambulance drive when my bladder explodes.

The toilets in the hospitals are usually very nice.

7 comments:

  1. The only time I will ever go camping is in a Five Star hotel.
    On the other hand, if I was stuck in a place where there are only drop toilets available, I'd use them.
    Take plenty of toilet paper.

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    1. I love five star hotels. Nice choice!
      I also love rivers. And creeks. Nice Hotel's tend to have lovely pools and they tempt me and then I come out in a rash and... *sighs*

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  2. Brave woman but you will love it. Mosquitoes, midges, ants, moths, creepy crawlies, flies. FUN... a good book and special treats will get you through. XO

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    1. Forgot a book! Everyone was sitting in the river reading, so I had to entertain myself by *splashing the water and watching the droplets sparkle like crystal in the sunlight* climbing up and down the river, finding new magical places and generally being a very happy girl. ;-)

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  3. Hey! Think of it as a fact finding mission for a guest spot on Red's Amazing Australian Adventures - with a scenic public toilet!!!! Do as River says & take plenty of loo paper - and maybe a bucket for the middle of the night!!!!

    What set this off??!?!?!

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    1. LOL, that was an uplifting thought, I compared the toilet to some you have shown me and... well, they worked, but not visually inspiring!
      From this advice, I suggested to Hubby to take two rolls, just in case. He put two rolls on the table... and we left them there. :-o Luckily, there was one in the boot from his 9 day camping event the week before.

      I was impressed by the lack of terrifying spiders in this national park.

      What set this off? A friend's birthday, my love of the natural water and a need to be doing more things with Hubby, who adores camping.
      Plus, my back is now at a state where I can consider an overnight stay on a blow up mattress without expecting to be unable to walk the next day.

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  4. no. Just no.

    No no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no

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