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Re: When you got to go

PostPosted: Thu Apr 25, 2013 6:39 pm
by eamarquardt
S. Heisley wrote:Did you notice that, in picture #9, the artist appears to have drawn a naked woman?

(Now, watch how many people go and look!) :lol:


She isn't completely naked as she appears to be wearing a necklace. Does that count?

Cheers,

Gus

Re: When you got to go

PostPosted: Thu Apr 25, 2013 8:24 pm
by S. Heisley
eamarquardt wrote:
S. Heisley wrote:Did you notice that, in picture #9, the artist appears to have drawn a naked woman?

(Now, watch how many people go and look!) :lol:


She isn't completely naked as she appears to be wearing a necklace. Does that count?

Cheers,

Gus


You took a good look at that lady, didn't you, Gus! :lol:

Re: When you got to go

PostPosted: Thu Apr 25, 2013 10:06 pm
by Maureenm
Catin moon, try feline pine cat litter, it's compressed sawdust and works great in a loo. It is little pellets that expand as they absorb. Much lighter than regular litter.

Re: When you got to go

PostPosted: Thu Apr 25, 2013 10:08 pm
by Corwin C
Peat moss works well too...

Re: When you got to go

PostPosted: Fri Jun 28, 2013 2:22 pm
by atahoekid
After 25 years of my wife restricting our camping to places with flush toilets, I finally convinced her that a porta potty would be just fine if I set it up in a shower tent just outside of the trailer. This past weekend we set up our porta potty and shower tent and my wife was thrilled. No poorly maintained restrooms, no smelly, gross, pit/chemical toilet. No long walks to the restroom, no waiting in line for your turn to go. Dumping the holding tank wasn't the most fun thing I've ever done but it was clean enough. A pair of disposable medical type gloves makes the job easy and the chemical you add has a nice fresh fragrance. I am so happy not to have to limit my campground selections anymore and I also don't need to escort my wife to the bathroom at odd hours of the night