Some people have rather unusual hobbies:
They once were a rural American staple, a necessity for daily life. Today, outhouses are mostly gone — but not if you wander into Janie Peel’s backyard. “This is my newest one,” she said, gesturing toward a vintage double-seater that was moved in its entirety to her farm.
“It took three men to lift it,” she said. “But if we hadn’t, it would have been torn down.”
Outhouses have always fascinated Peel, an east-Georgia commercial real estate broker who now collects them.