I use a Pour n' Store bag and kneel as if in prayer. I'm vertically challenged and it might not work if you are tall.
Nalgene Cantene - same neck as their regular bottles but folds up. Doubles as hot water bottle or extra water storage.
Doubles as hot water bottle
Is that after use??
if you do decide to step outside, breadbags over the socks are easier to put on than boots.
Average pee is apparently about 700ml.
That seems a lot? Mines about a pint = 500 ml or so. Perhaps it's my age?
breadbags over the socks
You carry breadbags? What for? (Apart from putting on for a night-time pee)
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> That seems a lot?
I use a 2 pint milk bottle. And have come close in the night...
I have used my Duossal Trangia pans in the past, and then cleaned it in the morning before cooking in it, and sharing the meal with a friend. It didn't tell her about its alternative use until afterwards... In the immortal words of Dave Lister "it's all clean, it's all been sterilised".
I mean, some people think that drinking the stuff is good for you...
This thread is getting quite distasteful ..
Surely the answer is simply a matter of strong will and a sturdy rubber band, applied with the correct tool.
Apologies to those of a sensitive disposition.
>I mean, some people think that drinking the stuff is good for you...
Yes, Moraji Desai (late Indian Prime Minister) and Sarah Miles (actress) allegedly drank a pint of theirs each morning.
On the question of sterility I don't think any of the IRA prisoners who were 'on the blanket' protest in the 70's caught anything from smearing their no 2's around their cells either.
PS - Strong rubber bands = burst bladder. (and that one's not big enough anyway )
Sig's are a waste of bandwidth...
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