Eildon: a public toilet built for Man and the Gods. Right down to its striking resemblance to a 1970s church.
For Man (apologies to the other half of humanity for the archaic term but we didn’t inspect that side of the dunnies did we now): an ultra wide zig-zag entranceway, meaning that no doors or exiting punters will slow you from dropping anchor.
For the God(s): a heavenly skylight, illuminating the promised land with divine sunbeams, reminiscent of St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome. It’s no wonder that people leaving these dunnies report quasi-spiritual feelings of bliss, contentment, and relief.
For Man: a covered walkway between the toilets and the public BBQ area so that not even a biblical deluge will stand between your snags and the shitter.
For the God(s): the Garden of Eden recreated anew.
“And the LORD said unto Moses, Get thee up into this mount Abarim, and see the land which I have given unto the children of Israel.”
Emptied the tank many times at this and the older establishment at Eildon!
My father worked up there when it was (The Weir) built.
Love the trout fishing!