On the Way - Pit Stop at Bowl Plaza
Posted on June 06, 2012
by Happy Camper
When you gotta go, you gotta go... and if you need a pit stop in central Kansas, may we suggest the facilities in Lucas. The public restrooms at 'Bowl Plaza', that were built with the help of a grant from the state Department of Commerce are undeniably the World's Most Artsy Public Toilets.
The building is shaped like a toilet tank, and the oval-shaped entrance resembles an upraised toilet seat lid. To finish things off, the benches in front of the restrooms are shaped like a toilet seat and the sidewalk in front undulates like an unspooled toilet roll. The walls inside, as well as the entrance and benches are covered with sparkling mosaics created by local artisans making this a beautiful place to 'do your business'.
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About Happy Camper
I am the administrator, developer and chief cook and bottle washer at We Camp Here. Along with Mr. Happy Camper, I recently embarked on a new adventure - full time RVing, first in our 26ft Winnebago Sightseer (AKA Shorty) and more recently in our Itasca 33c (AKA Homey).
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