Outdoor showers, pool equipment enclosureTwo smaller projects followed the completion of the pool — outdoor showers and an enclosure for the pool equipment. I hand selected and hauled all of the treated lumber for both projects from Winnipeg to Naturist Legacy Park. After the four corner posts of the outdoor shower were tamped in place, a volunteer member used his shovel to excavate a shallow greywater pit. I and a fellow director then built a well-draining floor deck and additional framing. Hot and cold water was piped from the washroom building and typical shower plumbing was installed. A simple white tarp was used to create a translucent roof. Screening on all four walls and a new screen door completed the outdoor showers. We built a convenient boardwalk that allowed nudists to stay clean as they walked barefoot from the showers to the pool area.
The pool equipment enclosure was intended to minimize machinery noise and control access. A fellow member assisted me with setting nine posts. I then added rails and attached fence boards. I built a gate clad with fence boards to complete the enclosure.
Postscript: The huge popularity of the outdoor showers began to raise concerns about greywater overflow and odour issues. I always knew that we'd need to connect the showers to our sewage holding tanks at some point in order to bring them into compliance with Manitoba's Onsite Wastewater Management Systems Regulation. I eventually devised a simple and inexpensive connection that was still on my "to do" list when I concluded my construction work at Naturist Legacy Park in 2014.
These photographs from my personal collection were taken in June, August and October 2012. Click or tap to enlarge (opens in new tab / window).
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