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  • #1963594
    Marc Eldridge
    BPL Member

    @meld

    Locale: The here and now.

    A little heavy but it has a wide mouth so you don't miss.

    ljy

    #1963624
    Dale Wambaugh
    BPL Member

    @dwambaugh

    Locale: Pacific Northwest

    Get outta bed and go. Unless it is pouring, I would be outside.

    But I dare you to stand under a full moon with frost on the brush all around and NOT look over your shoulder during the process. So, so ….. vulnerable. I rarely if ever need to answer nature's call during the night, at home or otherwise.

    #1963626
    Stephen M
    BPL Member

    @stephen-m

    Locale: Way up North

    I get out of my bag and kneel at the door and pee in to a bottle in the porch.

    #1963668
    Jeffs Eleven
    BPL Member

    @woodenwizard

    Locale: NePo

    I tried a platy. No fun. Gotta concentrate way too hard.

    Kneeling in a tent, on a pad, pants down, et al makes it too hard.

    …and you never know when you're gonna get that sideways stream.

    #1963671
    rubmybelly!
    BPL Member

    @sleeping

    Locale: The Cascades

    "Kneeling in a tent, on a pad, pants down, et al makes it too hard."

    Must ………….. resist …………… responding ………….

    #1963674
    Kevin Schneringer
    BPL Member

    @slammer

    Locale: Oklahoma Flat Lands

    I grew up around dairy farms…never tried this but might be an easy way to hook up a hose? Just sayin,

    #1963689
    Stephen M
    BPL Member

    @stephen-m

    Locale: Way up North

    Kneeling in a tent, on a pad, pants down, et al makes it too hard."

    Must ………….. resist …………… responding ………….

    I just open my fly mate :-)

    #1963694
    Jeffs Eleven
    BPL Member

    @woodenwizard

    Locale: NePo

    Bwaaa haahaa

    arghh missed that one!!!

    You can never change that avatar!

    #1963776
    Jeffs Eleven
    BPL Member

    @woodenwizard

    Locale: NePo

    The real reason Doug cant pee in a bottle:

    //ewforoij

    #1963785
    Travis Leanna
    BPL Member

    @t-l

    Locale: Wisconsin

    That's one big c*ck.

    #1963795
    Roger Caffin
    BPL Member

    @rcaffin

    Locale: Wollemi & Kosciusko NPs, Europe

    > I dare you to stand under a full moon with frost on the brush all around and NOT look
    > over your shoulder during the process. So, so ….. vulnerable.
    Vulnerable to what?
    The stars are beautiful!

    But I never need to go in the night anyhow.

    Cheers

    #1963804
    Jim Colten
    BPL Member

    @jcolten

    Locale: MN

    >> I dare you to stand under a full moon with frost on the brush all around and NOT look
    >> over your shoulder during the process. So, so ….. vulnerable.
    >Vulnerable to what?

    Well Roger, there is this … or at least the imagination thereof.

    Imagination … so useful! …. but sometimes so oppressive!

    #1963822
    Daryl and Daryl
    BPL Member

    @lyrad1

    Locale: Pacific Northwest, USA, Earth

    Jim,

    Where did you get all those photos? Are you a game warden or something?

    I too have the same concern as Dale and rarely leave the tent at night for anything. Your photos encourage me to stick with this policy.

    #1963880
    Jim Colten
    BPL Member

    @jcolten

    Locale: MN

    Where did you get all those photos? Are you a game warden or something?

    I am not but I know a couple game wardens.

    Those photos were the result of a google image search.

    #1963881
    rubmybelly!
    BPL Member

    @sleeping

    Locale: The Cascades

    "Those photos were the result of a google image search."

    I especially liked the ones of the women's basketball game. That'd cause me to be looking over my shoulder while peeing at midnight, I can tell you that…..

    #1963884
    Travis Leanna
    BPL Member

    @t-l

    Locale: Wisconsin

    My parents cabin is about 10 yards out of the picture. I often will set up a tarp to sleep under between those very trees.

    One time during the night a noise woke my mom up. Her bed is next to a window, and when she pulled up the blinds, a bear was right there, scratching at the side.

    Ghh

    #1964178
    Richard Fischel
    BPL Member

    @ricko

    where it becomes invaluable to have, even if you don't plan on using it, is when it's so cold that if you opened or exited your sleeping bag you'd never be able to get it warm again. also (not including rain or falling snow), there may be environmental reasons that make exiting the tent in the middle of the night a bad idea. as much a using a pee bottle is a pain, not using one can make for even a bigger problem if you can't sleep because of either a full bladder or because your sleeping bag is now cold and there's no way to warm it up. i find that in my wm antelope i have enough room to roll over to my knees. practice prior to using this method in the field is advisable. it pays to have a thought out plan so that in a sleep induced fog, you are sufficently aware of the steps involved and to close the lid properly. so who's gonna start the thread on blue-bags?

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