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    Senior Member nj4x4fever's Avatar
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    Haha, maybe I'm just immature but watching him lay there, swaying gently, and staring off into nothing while peeing was just a little awkward.

    I'm not sure how aiming works with lady bits. Even with a stand-to-pee device I feel like I'd make a mess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by foulmouthedruffian View Post
    Ooh, a pee bottle! Here I was squattin' with my GoGirl so it wouldn't splash my feets. Bandana is a great idea too.
    I only use a pee bottle when I am tent camping and don't want to brave the mosquitoes outside or if it is raining. Can't squat in a hammock into the pee bottle. Wish I could use something to direct the stream into a pee bottle but I imagine that would take quite some practice.

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    I'm with tollermama - I use a pee bottle when I have to tent. But in the hammock I just get out,pick a corner and use my pstyle and a wet wipe.
    I don't think I have to pee anymore than usual (except when at a motorcycle rally and drinking too much beer, but then it's a stumble to the ladies room :-)

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    Depends on where I am. In the "wild", I just step a bit away from the hammock and go, unless raining, then just under one end of the tarp ( I use a P-style, so much warmer I be and negates the need for TP). If in an established site or campground, I use my specially marked 1/2 liter wide-mouth bottle with a leak-proof lid. I use this same bottle while traveling, while sleeping in the back of my Jeep or, God forbid, a tent.
    I have not noticed that I go more in a hammock or not. I don't think so.

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    I just ordered a P-Style ...thanks for the tip! It looks different than the types I've tried before, so thought I'd give it a shot.

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    I might try the Pstyle, and thanks for the yellow bandana idea. I don't have to go more often in a hammock than in my bed at home but at 66, that's pretty often! I do pay attention when I set up my hammock that there's a handy tree to lean on or rock to prop me. It's a nuisance but climbing back into the warm hammock feels wonderful and I go back to sleep checking out the stars.

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    I slept in my hammock for the first time about a week ago, and I did notice that I had to pee significantly more when I woke up than usual. I thought it was just me
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    -Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

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    I have a little stool I keep under my tarp to sit on and get dressed, or put on socks. For peeing I use one of the Maxwell House plastic coffee containers. Nice wide top, big flat bottom, can set it on the stool. Just go out in the morning and dump it somewhere in the woods.
    If you don't like my cooking there's always MRE's.***Hotlips

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