At Your Convenience is another series. We have "Off yer trolley" to feed the stomach, "Church Micro" to feed the soul, "Motorway Mayhem" to satisfy the Need for Speed and "Drinking Fountains and Troughs" to slake your thirst.
This series is created to fill another need. A basic need. Indeed, a fundamental need.
Those of us that are of a certain age, feel this need rather more frequently than the youngsters. While out caching, we oldsters (I get free prescriptions now) need, sometimes, to spend a penny.
So while I'm out caching, I find that I need a Convenience more often than my younger friends. And what could be more convenient than a database of publicly available Conveniences?
At Your Convenience caches are, of course, not hidden inside; they are placed conveniently outside. So you won't need to grope anywhere ... unpleasant. But they are, conveniently, in a place from which the Convenience is visible.
The caches are available 24/7, and in a place that is freely accessible - even though the Convenience itself might be inconveniently closed part of the time, or inconveniently requiring a penny. Or these days, even more.
The building here are of red brick, with separate entrances for "Men", "Women" and "Disabled".
The sanitary ware, insofar as I was able to inspect it, are stainless steel by Santini.
At time of placing the cache contained a keyring torch, a
compass and a pair of dice.