Report - Butternut, Saint Henri, Montreal, Quebec - Sept '17

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Sep 29, 2012

Butternut is a foulwater storage tank in the suburb of Saint Henri. It was built in the 1980's with the increasing population of the local area. Essentially this is two long box sections, divided by pillars every 7 feet and split into 3 sections by 2 trenches for the soup to flow back into the sewerage system.


By this point in the week, our numbers were dwindling. Still a fun evening which was finished with mimosas on a friends balcony, before sleeping on said balcony.
Although being entirely made of concrete, this was very photogenic. There was evidence of it's purpose on the floor, but the worms didn't seem to mind. There were hundreds of them.
Great end to an epic week.









Cheers for looking​