RE: [Hammock Camping] My coldest night in a Hammock yet...and I survived!
- I agree, Bill! The one time I attempted to use a pee bottle in a hammock, it was a disaster! (I won't go into further detail!)Steve-----Original Message-----
From: zippydooda [mailto:zippydooda@...]
Sent: Monday, February 07, 2005 1:52 PM
Subject: Re: [Hammock Camping] My coldest night in a Hammock yet...and I survived!
I just have no idea how y'all do this. I can't figure out the whole
Bill in Houston
--- In email@example.com, "Ed Speer" <ed@s...> wrote:
> Having also struggled with the late
> night trips to the head in the cold, I've switched to a pee
bottle. Life in
> my hammock is a lot better now! I use a short-height, large-mouth
> juice drink jar, like Gatorade comes in. I empty it after each use-
> with my top-entry Speer Hammock without the need for me to get up.
> can imagine, extra care is required to prevent accidental spills,
> pass the learning stage, my pee bottle has been working great-this
> definitely something to be tried at home before venturing far a
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "chcoa" <jdeben@h...> wrote:
>I misspelled it...:) Ferd (short for Ferdinand) Burfel is a late
> --- In email@example.com, "pedantus" <pedantus@h...>
> Furd Burfle's campsite???
> I have to know the story behind this name.
sixties nickname conjuring the image of a self-assured rural person
who is proudly independant but wholly uninformed as to the
conventions of any 'reality' outside of the narrow confines of his
own traditions, habits, and individual quirks.
Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In
First Show 1968
Last Show 1973
Slot Day Monday
Slot Time 8 pm
(And now you know where the name Pedantus comes from...:)
> jamie in az