How to Shit in the Woods: An Environmentally Sound Approach to a Lost Art

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Ten Speed Press, 1989 - Sports & Recreation - 77 pages
The author continues to expand her investigation into better methods of conduct in the outdoors, reviews health concerns, and shares some of the extraordinary mail her book has generated.

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How to shit in the woods: an environmentally sound approach to a lost art by How to shit in the woods: an environmentally sound approach to a lost art by Meyer, Kathleen Have had to pee once and was ... Read full review

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This book is exactly what it says. My husband and I listened to it in the ride up to the Adirondacks to go do just what the title suggests-well, backpacking. I listened to the rest on the way back and ... Read full review

Contents

Digging the Hole
15
When You Cant Dig a Hole
33
How Not to Pee
53
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About the author (1989)

Kathleen Meyer lives with Patrick McCarron, & a host of other species, in western Montana's Bitterroot Valley.

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