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 Pooping and peeing are basic human functions. ​ These are simple in a sticks and bricks house with indoor plumbing but take planning in a camper. Pooping and peeing are basic human functions. ​ These are simple in a sticks and bricks house with indoor plumbing but take planning in a camper.
  
-The simplest approach is to stay near places where toilet facilities are available. This might be in paid campsites, a friend'​s driveway, 24hr stores or fast food joints, etc. 
  
-The next simplest may be available if you are camping in the outdoors. ​ You can dig [[toilet:​cat_hole|a cat hole]] and do your business there. 
  
-You can also use chemical, plumbed, or [[toilet:​composting|composting]] toilets.  ​You might be able to get away with peeing in a jar and pooping in a bag for later disposal.+ 
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 +===== restroom facilities ===== 
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 +The simplest approach is to stay near places where toilet facilities are available. This might be in paid campsites, a friend'​s driveway, [[camping:​walmart|24hr stores]], ​ fast food joints, [[camping:​rest_area|rest areas]], etc.  Apps like [[https://​play.google.com/​store/​apps/​details?​id=sfcapital.publictoiletinsouthaustralia|Where is Public Toilet]] may help locate them.  
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 +You can also use [[toilet:​bucket|bucket]], ​chemical, plumbed, or [[toilet:​composting|composting]] toilets.  ​The bucket is the most common method ​for vandwellers.
  
 Read more [[toilet:​intro|info on toilets]]. Read more [[toilet:​intro|info on toilets]].
lifestyle/faq_toilet.txt · Last modified: 2020/01/23 10:35 by frater_secessus