|The Cabin. East Haven Vermont.|
A couple of weeks ago, after landing at a mountain runway here in Papua, I clambered over the edge of the airstrip to rid myself of a cup of coffee that had made its way from my thermos to my bladder.
|At 6000 feet above sea level, |
Okpahik clings to the side of one of the Star Mountains.
While the business end of the outhouse (i.e. the hole in the ground) still seemed quite functional, the wooden boards around it didn't appear to be very trustworthy. Since I could think of several hundred other holes I'd rather fall in, I chose to take my business elsewhere.