I located it nice and close to where I am composting the bucket contents, so that helps, and it is only sixty paces to the yurts (Mummu's outhouse is fifty-one paces from her porch, so I think I'm competitive.)
We all woke up together this morning, and headed over to Mummu and Grandpa's for a special breakfast of french toast and scrambled eggs. As always, they were awesome!
Then Grandpa and I headed off to catch some delicious bass for supper. Sadly, we didn't even get a bite at either of the lakes we tested out. Grandpa agreed that the fishing has been really poor lately. Then it was off to the abandoned dump to retrieve some aluminum siding that he had scoped out in the past. I was hoping to use it to make a metal roof for my outhouse. After that, it was already noon, so we headed home.
Tonight I took a few measurements for the roof of the outhouse, and, before I could proceed, Donna and Kenny came by to check up on me. I invited them for a walk back to the dump, where I showed Kenny the remains of a moose, and Donna the remains of someone's crushed stone. Hopefully we will be able to get back there and scoop up some of the stone once our driveway is complete and I can bring it right up to the yurts to use as a path to our porch.