100%I walk in the woods for work in places where a lot of people probably think no one's going to see their poop... there are a lot of nasty people out there.
When my wife and I went camping in the Bighorns in WY a couple of years back, you couldn't get off the trails or away from the camping areas without running into a minefield of exposed poop.
I think the Tentlab Deuce is a great thing to carry. Forest Service ought to require a trowel like they require bear canisters in some places.
My mother in law had to take my dog to the vet after a hike and sit with her for hours after some surface shitting libtards left a dose of DOPE laced poo along the trail. She tripped balls for hours. Wtf
Took a marine hunting a couple times, he definitely didn’t bury his shit, and he definitely wouldn’t use the term surface shitter. The term is a snow flake term, not the action. So does bear shit contaminate the water too? Maybe you could ask them to carry around a shit shovel! This is why we have water filters big dawg. Guess I need start every post with: caution trigger warning!
Poop shovel? Maybe I'm just a savage, but I kick out a spot with my boot, poo and kick dirt and sticks over it and top it with a rock. I do love these kinds of threads though, maybe one day I'll run a poop kit with a sweet shovel in it.
If you can reliably kick a hole 6-8” deep it makes sense. If you are kicking a little 2-3” depression it doesn’t and you should really consider a lightweight trowel. It wouldn’t make you any less manly… I promise.Poop shovel? Maybe I'm just a savage, but I kick out a spot with my boot, poo and kick dirt and sticks over it and top it with a rock. I do love these kinds of threads though, maybe one day I'll run a poop kit with a sweet shovel in it.