Some awkward corner urinals onboard the PEI – Nova Scotia ferry
A bold warning at the Charlottetown Farmers Market. It does make you want to flush just to see what happens though, doesn’t it?
A narrow & contrasting restroom at the Black & White Convenience Store which also acts as a laundromat
Faced with a choice, which urinal at the Charlottetown Waterfront would you go for?
Street signs on the washroom doors at Upstreet Craft Brewing in Charlottetown
A cute hand-stitched sign in the HI Charlottetown Backpackers Inn washroom
TO ALL VISITORS:
You who sit upon this seat,
Complete your business then retreat.
If you find that you must read,
do it please with utmost speed.
Even when you’re in a rush,
remember that it’s nice to flush.
Each urgent knock upon the door
Means hurry with your simple chore.
We know you’ve got a lot to do,
but please remember…
WE DO TOO!!
– The Management
There were two very special toilets at Wyatt Historic House, in the small city of Summerside, Prince Edward Island.
Firstly: this chamber pot, hidden inside the steps to the bed in one of the grand old bedrooms. Just put on the cover & push the pot back in when you’re done!
And secondly, how about this glorious old bathroom? This is the original dating back to 1907, in what was one of the most authentic historic houses I think I’ve ever seen
I spied this dog-themed light switch on the way out of the mens room at the Sportsman’s Club in PEI’s Charlottetown