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Caribou Gear

A tip for camper trailers at remote sites.

AnneAbraham

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Indeed, I'm afraid of fire a lot. It is not funny at all. When you decide to do something such you must provide all the fire regulations and follow all safety instructions and norms. Indeed, all that is linked with electricity is dangerous and I know many cases when people decided to make some changes in internal electronics and lead their van to complete breakdown and fire. This year we also started the renovation of our RV and I would like to order a double washing/drying machine https://www.palmgear.com/best-rv-washer-dryer-combo-reviews/ for it. But honestly, I don't know how correctly to connect it. I think I will call the service help if I wouldn't deal with it by myself.
 
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diamond hitch

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Obvious you folks have never lived in a remote camp with an outdoor privey. Tiz functional but does not reward lingering at -40. Be sure to build it without an up-draft.

Try a 5 gal bucket with a toilet seat and a kitchen garbage sack.- REI
 

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Obvious you folks have never lived in a remote camp with an outdoor privey. Tiz functional but does not reward lingering at -40. Be sure to build it without an up-draft.

Try a 5 gal bucket with a toilet seat and a kitchen garbage sack.- REI
I have used the bucket and toilet seat deal when visiting another camp. My legs are a bit long and bucket too tippy. Quite the tightwire act. And falling into Niagra Falls would be more preferable.
 

JohnCushman

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You haven't crapped until you've been on patrol for 8 days eating nothing but MRE's and beef jerkey and the MRE shits hit the entire platoon at once. You kick in an end of a wooden ammo crate and line it with a trash bag and voila....patrol shitter!! Park the vehicles in a circle around the box and everyone gets a turn. ;)
 

Straight Arrow

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You haven't crapped until you've been on patrol for 8 days eating nothing but MRE's and beef jerkey and the MRE shits hit the entire platoon at once. You kick in an end of a wooden ammo crate and line it with a trash bag and voila....patrol shitter!! Park the vehicles in a circle around the box and everyone gets a turn. ;)
That is ... if they can wait their turn and make it to the center crate!:oops:
 

Mudranger1

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You haven't crapped until you've been on patrol for 8 days eating nothing but MRE's and beef jerkey and the MRE shits hit the entire platoon at once. You kick in an end of a wooden ammo crate and line it with a trash bag and voila....patrol shitter!! Park the vehicles in a circle around the box and everyone gets a turn. ;)
just when you think the OP is the one with a warped mind... in comes Cush
 

diamond hitch

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If all else fails they also make a bedside potty for the elderly. Stable, foldable and light. On top of that, you are buying the inevitable only a little early. ( pick up a walker while you are at it- you are going to need it)
 

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Again, a pretty good idea until he got to the fire part. Medium sized bag fits well. I never did try it which is a shame because it was about 10 degrees out and the full bag would have froze so nicely that Mr Ontario would want to use it to keep his beer cold. (I might suggest doubling up on the trash bags.).
 

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Again, a pretty good idea until he got to the fire part. Medium sized bag fits well. I never did try it which is a shame because it was about 10 degrees out and the full bag would have froze so nicely that Mr Ontario would want to use it to keep his beer cold. (I might suggest doubling up on the trash bags.).
Yeah, you definitely want quality bags. Not the cheap ones.
 
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