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Deb and Ed M

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Posted: 12/28/19 07:32am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

We always carry a "Luggable Loo" ($19.99 on Amazon) - it's the old 5-gallon bucket, but has a nice toilet seat and lid that snap onto the top. It's basically the same height as a toilet. When lined with a trash bag and some kitty litter added, it makes tossing the contents into the trash a simple operation. Lightweight, too, and doesn't take up much space. Also provides a 5-gallon bucket in case you need to haul water, etc.

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I should add that if privacy is needed, setting the potty on the ground next to the vehicle with a door open, and a gentleman holding a blanket on the other side, should offer enough coverage that a lady in need doesn't feel overexposed?

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Posted: 12/28/19 08:57am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

When we were pulling a Pop-up we always had a Cap on out Truck with a Port-a-Potty. Got a lot of use.
Once we moved up to a TT we just used the facilities with-in.


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Posted: 12/29/19 12:09pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Never gave such a situation a thought. I was in the Army I can take a dump anywhere. Take a leaf and finish the job so long as the leaf isn't Poison Ivy, Oak or Nettle.





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Posted: 12/29/19 12:39pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

bigred1cav wrote:

Never gave such a situation a thought. I was in the Army I can take a dump anywhere. Take a leaf and finish the job so long as the leaf isn't Poison Ivy, Oak or Nettle.
Are you by chance an 89 year old woman? Your solution may not work for an 89 year old lady, which is why the question was posed initially.


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Posted: 12/29/19 07:03pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

When exploring with my mom, I take a luggable loo along. She's in her 70s, with both knees replaced, so squatting is not going to happen.


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midnightsadie wrote:

do like the animals do. poop an bury.


I have not seen many bears or deer digging holes in the woods, although my dog has been known to kick a few leaves and twigs, maybe some gravel, over a freshly dropped deuce once in while. [emoticon]

To the OP, if you have to pull over and go through the motions needed to pop up an Aliner when the urge arises, better carry some extra gutchies and a case of wetwipes.

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