@brennyn We had outhouses when I worked for outward bound. One had quite the view. It faced the lake in Canada and so you could use it with the door open and look at the lake. Since you could hear if others were coming on the path you could shut the door if need be. Of course it is a two holer so…
On a hammock, inside mosquito netting, stretched between and under two shade trees, iced glass of tea in one hand, cold bottle of beer in the other. waiting for the steak and foil-wrapped potato and ear of corn on the grill to finish, with the dog watching and planning her move. Mungo Jerry is playing in the ear buds,
In a hammock with mosquito netting on a warm night, with the starry sky over your head and the little frogs peeping with an occasional bullfrog croak, an occasional owl hooting. MAYBE A couple of shots of red label stolli in your hand…or not.
My daughter’s and son-in-law’s deck. Most anywhere in Colorado or Montana. The rugged stretches of the Oregon coast. Up. Up in the mountains (I don’t need the hike to enjoy the view or the chill, but I might put up with it).
Preferably someplace without a lot of people. Sometimes the just being away from people is enough. So an empty darkened room.
To be clear, I like some people. My wife and daughter are allowed in my presence most of the time. There are others I can enjoy in doses. But I like having a few moments away even from the ones I love the most.
@Koolhandjoe@phendrick I think that may be hedges and the hole is an optical illusion. The perspective makes it look like the top of the hedges are level with their background when in fact they are a couple of feet higher.