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    Quote Originally Posted by wiktor View Post
    I can't believe this thread is already 5 pages long.
    I can't believe I read them all. I got to get a life.

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    I'm there with you kbajg. Thank you all for the great laugh today, it made my day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OldRagFreeze View Post
    I prefer the Northwoods design... If I'm gonna use technology to take a dump in the woods it'd better be a significant improvement. This looks like a minor improvement at best. Has no one ever shown this girl the 'log perch' method?
    ORF, My father-in-law tried the log perch method one frosty morning while out hunting. The log was supported on one end by a stump and was covered in an invisible sheet of ice. Needless to say he had a nice cold backside as he slid down the log with pants around the ankles! I almost had a heart attack when I saw his face when he came back to camp and told the story.

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    The videos were very entertaining. IMO I think there is a need for this product with certain people, regardless of age. I'm 22 and I would use it. ( just not close enough to the trail for passers by to wave at me). Accessory loop needs an ipad slot.

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    This looks like a winner to me The Cheek Spreader Latrine: http://youtu.be/u8iNFCqY_HI Next best thing to a toilet seat. I'll have one ready for the morning. I'll keep you posted

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    Quote Originally Posted by PineMartyn View Post
    ...

    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,
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    That could be a camp chair if you make two of them and don't get confused. Thanks for the effort in making the video!
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    Uhhhh really lol ok. She doesn't spend much time outdoors.
    Wherever you go there you are.

    I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me... Philippians 4:13

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    I think it would be easier and cheaper to find a hand sized tree to hold on to. Not to mention less roots to dodge for your hole to dig. Second thought it is Kink training. (Ok yall who wants to wear the strap on while they do their doody) ?

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    After a conversation about this at a hang a couple years ago I actually made a UL version of this with dynaglide, a dutch biner and some GG Thinlight pad. It even has a TP dispenser and a place to hang the TP dispenser from. I still use it to this day every time I'm out. The whole setup weighs 3.3oz including TP. I'm a gram weenie and even though I originally made it as a joke, it is a staple in my pack and is worth every ounce.
    "As a well spent day brings happy sleep, a well spent life brings happy death." -Da Vinci

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    My wife loved this commercial......She says she can relate. lol

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