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How to Doo Doo in the Woods Like a Boss

Exactly as the title says. Sometimes, you have to go in the woods, and it can be a pretty weird thing to learn how to do. Since many might be hesitant to ask their new hiking or exploring friends, "hey man, how do I take a crap in the woods?" I thought I'd share this video. It covers the basics pretty well.
Just make sure you use BIODEGRADABLE, NON BLEACH toilet paper! Better if you can go without it or use wipes that you pack out (just bring a separate plastic bag for them), but if you do need to wipe and bury, make sure you really bury it and it will degrade.
And yes, that is the same guy. The more you know? Check out his channel for a lot of awesome videos about the environment. He works as Corps Supervisor teaching youth about the environment!
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A lesson everyone needs ot know but doesn't want to learn the smelly details of.
I was giggling SO much at the title,a nd then at that video of him dancing!!! he's so good!!!
Great video. This should be used in all youth outdoors programs! Fun, educational video--just what kids needs.
This man!!!! Wow I didn't know he's such an awesome environmentalist :D (And yes, it's good to learn how to let go in the woods lol)
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