POOP!

Day 15 Wayah Bald Shelter to A. Rufus Morgan Shelter
4/8/14 Today’s miles: 15.5! Total miles: 131.4.

Pretty standard day today, so I’m going to talk about a subject that my grandkids will like.

POOP.

Yes, we poop in the woods! So popular is the topic that a British woman wrote an entire book on the subject.  I will not be that lengthy…

The good news is that every 5-10 miles, there is a shelter.  Near the shelter is always a source of water, and, you guessed it, a toilet.  Not like yours, though, ours is called a privy. Think of anold fashioned out house, or port-a-john, without chemicals.  Set away from the shelter, this small building sometimes has a roof, has one hole, which has a toilet seat.  There is a little privacy, but not much, and it is used by both sexes.

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I was an early bird on Day 3, so I sat on a seat with ice! Wow! There is some science to these: the poop stays above ground, and after going, you add a handful of leaves to stimulate composting, just like in a garden.
(By the way, you bring your own toilet paper and sanitizer!)

What happens if you are not near a privy? Find a quiet spot. Dig a 4 inch hole. Drop your pants, and good luck! Fill the hole, and you are on your way.

CG

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2 thoughts on “POOP!

  1. I LOVE THIS SUBJECT !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! CHRISTOEFPHOETURKEY

  2. I’m your grandkid and we just had to pick up the dog poop from all winter outside in the back some was white,brown,black,and crayons in the poop that the dogs had swallowed erlier.It was discussing .

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