Your support will help finance the purchase and installation of an 8-person Phoenix Composting Toilet on my 3 acre parcel with views of Sleeping Ute, Mesa Verde National Park and The La Plata Mountains.
Birds do it
Bees do it
Gotta feeling even priests do it
Yep. You guessed it. Everybody poops.
This past fall, I purchased a 3 acre property about 10 miles from my house littered with piles of junk, two collapsed mobile homes, and a vintage trailer stuffed with even more junk! An excavator friend who I hired to help push some of the junk into piles summed up his initial impressions saying, "A project like this takes courage!"
After receiving some help from the local fire department disposing of the no longer safe or sanitary mobile structures, and even more help from a friend who will remain nameless because recognition makes her squirm (yes, I'm talking about you K.G.), I am happy to report this once abandoned and clearly mistreated property is finally coming back to life! Perhaps it is no coincidence that the compost toilet I would like to install is appropriately named the Phoenix.
And what will she do with her new compost toilet? Well, this property will be host to a small short term rental cabin, which I have been building from the bones of a similarly run down office trailer, and a couple of campsites for those more self sufficient travelers looking for a humble spot to enjoy a slow sunset and a night under the stars.
Won't you please help my cause?
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