I wandered around the historic ghost town of Fayette in da Upper Peninsula. It was fascinating to go through and explore the buildings since the state park that the town sits in has the doors open for tourists to explore. I was roaming around inside the old two-story hotel, reading some of the info they had on the walls, when I came across a little photo and a sign for a two-story outhouse.
It’s not the greatest photo, I guess their camera phones were very primitive back then LOL, but you can see the arrow pointing to the tall privy with a bridge from the second floor to the outhouse. I wrote about a historic two-story outhouse in my first book and I thought that was the only one I would ever learn about. To my surprise, I saw the old photo in Fayette. Yeah, I know there is a lot of interesting things to see in the old ghost town, but it’s weird crap that sticks with me but not literally. The old privy is gone now but I really enjoyed exploring Fayette. I will have more posts and most likely a story or two about it in the next volume of my book.
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