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  1. #21
    Deadwood's Avatar
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    One of my old friends/hunting buddy used to say he needed a "grunt pole" and would find a stout sapling or the trailer ball on his truck to hold onto while doing the deed. He had terrible arthritis and needed the support for his knees. We all pitched in and bought him one of these.

    http://www.bumperdumper.com/bumper2.htm

    He would have fallen out of the strap.

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    Don't be haters, the dutch cinch buckle, clip and tree hugger setup gets you two ultralight versions for $38

    For the haters, no hole, you can use those little doggie doody bags afterwards. Pack it out, LNT.

    swank

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    Senior Member PineMartyn's Avatar
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    A simpler DIY latrine for a comfier bathroom experience.

    Over the years, one of the most frequently voiced concerns I've heard from people who don't camp in the backcountry, or who've done so only a few times, is about how to poop comfortably in the woods.

    For a lot of people, squatting is either too uncomfortable or just strenuous enough that they can't relax enough to have a satisfying bathroom experience...with the result that they either dread the idea of it so much they won't even try camping unless there's an actual bathroom or thunderbox, or else they do go camping but find that they're bunged up for days, leading to a pretty miserable trip.

    So, I've made a little video of a quick, simple, and comfortable latrine setup which I now use on every camping trip. It's a much lower-tech solution than the "Crap 'n Strap".

    The Cheek Spreader Latrine: http://youtu.be/u8iNFCqY_HI

    Hope this helps,
    -Martin
    Last edited by PineMartyn; 02-04-2013 at 15:48. Reason: corrected typo.
    No one has ever been heard to say on a deathbed, "I wish I'd put in more time at the office."

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    Nothing new under the sun, I was using a similar rig many years ago. They work, period. Almost any piece of rope or strap can be used. AND, I could not believe that someone would actually advertise something like this. I'm with og on this, no place for reading material.

  5. #25
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    I love it! The idea might not be new but I might pledge just to keep this lady around. I laughed so hard the dog started barking. Gotta give her props for putting it out there. Lmao.

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    This is a, "As seen on TV" item. What a waste of time, energy and money this this is!!!

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    It's not as neat as my Poopie Sling ...

    http://www.bushcraftuk.com/forum/sho...ghlight=poopie



    MkII is getting a couple of extra foot added, I hate cutting amsteel too short
    Last edited by Shewie; 02-04-2013 at 18:35.

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    OMG! This is hilarious! Reminds me of a Saturday Night Live skit.

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    in Alabama, if you use that, you're likely to get poison oak in a spot you don't want it.

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    I think a dutch hook would work better than the biner this thing and the whiz easy, no excuse to not crap in the woods! omg.

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