A few miles north of the Nevada border, along a rough, rocky road in the South Hills near Deadline Ridge, stands an old log cabin.
Off a ways, vegetation has nearly taken over the remains of the home’s outhouse.
You’ve probably seen “two-holers” before, but this one is special. The outhouse is a family model with two holes: one for adults and — at a right angle to the adult pedestal — a smaller potty-training seat for young’uns.
The training seat, which has a wild rosebush growing through the hole, would have seemed far less scary for toddlers.