Re: [Hammock Camping] Re: female 'pee bottles' was Panda High Peak as a sleeping bag to use in a hammock
- Obviously, there's just not that much out there about female pee-bottles.
What's the sex ratio of this group, anyway? Maybe not that many females
are active participants.
Actually, WomenHiker's is probably a much better place for this sort of
Solar stills, however, are not necessarily gender-related (but I'm
inclined to think more males than females peruse survival books).
> What an odd evolution this dicussion has made.--
> On 11/27/07, Ralph Oborn <Ralph.oborn@...> wrote:
>> On 11/27/07, Mike <madmo453@... <madmo453%40gmail.com>> wrote:
>>> Les lined a hole with plastic and put a cup of urine in the middle, then
>>> covered the hole with clear plastic. As it evaporated, it dripped down
>>> clear plastic into the plastic lining the hole. He collected it from
>>> and it was pure water. I think I heard somewhere that the same principle
>>> works with salt water, but I'm not sure.
>> It's called a solar still.
>> There is lots of information out there, it is relatively slow. and as with
>> most survival skills, practice makes perfect.
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- I meant to say I agree with Tod and like the way Aris stated: "I think
a show that purports to give useful survival tips, but fails in the
quest for sensationalism is a dangerous program."
It doesn't take much to entertain me but I can't watch this show.