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

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Ten Speed Press, 1994 - Humor - 107 pages
26 Reviews
This updated edition provides a guide to the art of going out-of-doors. It deals with the whens, wheres, how, and what-nows, with chapters such as Anatomy of a crap and For women only: How not to pee in your boots. It includes information on how to take waste home, for rock climbers, kayakers and others dealing with rock-hard and fragile ecosystems, and is illustrated by black and white drawings.

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

User Review  - Adelicia Yeo - Goodreads

Picked this up to prepare for my trekking/camping trip to Kilimanjaro and the Serengeti. I was looking for some tips and techniques on how to do business without contaminating myself which the book ... Read full review

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User Review  - Bruce H - Goodreads

Quite useful, particularly for female scout leaders who need to heed the call of nature in frigid temperatures. Good sourcebook for clothes that are "outdoor using the bathroom" friendly. No shit. Read full review

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

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