colin stace wrote:can't believe no one knows about this; http://www.amazon.com/Go-Girl-Female-Urination-Lavender/dp/B003BEDUS6
jacque greenleaf wrote:I think there are many things to love about peeing outside. But privacy is an issue, and so is snow. I don't mind squatting, but then I don't have knee issues.
For me, the biggest problem is lack of washing facilities near my favorite bushes. Unfortunately, for women, drip drying is just not a great option, as you eventually start to smell like a substandard nursing home. I refuse to leave bits of toilet paper lying around, even buried. And I really don't want to carry used toilet paper back to a collecting receptacle, where it can develop a fine, nasty aroma before said receptacle is emptied. I am thinking of carrying a jar of water with me as I depart for the thickets, but haven't actually tried it out yet. Should work...
Rose Dallal wrote:Well, this is an old topic. But I have to say, urine/pee is sterile and nothing gross about it.
Norma Guy wrote:What I hate most about peeing outside is mosquito bites on the arse!