The Urinals of Mount Constitution

"Mount Constitution is a 2,409 foot high (734 m) mountain on Orcas Island, [WA]. It is the highest point on any of the San Juan Islands. At the summit there stands a stone observation tower built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in 1936. The tower offers panoramic views of the surrounding islands, the Cascade Mountains and a variety of Canadian and American cities. Mt. Constitution is within the 17 kmĀ² (5,000 acre) Moran State Park."

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"Mount Constitution was named by Charles Wilkes during the Wilkes Expedition of 1838-1842. Wilkes' named Orcas Island "Hull Island", after Commodore Isaac Hull, the commander of the USS Constitution, who won fame after capturing the British warship Guerriere in the War of 1812. Like many of the names Wilkes' gave, the name "Hull" was replaced with "Orcas" by Henry Kellett in 1847 while reorganizing the British Admiralty charts".

This fixture is located at the restroom perched at the top of the mountain.

Submitted by <font face=arial>Tim, the Duct Tape Guy</font>.