“But, what if you need to go to the bathroom?” Where and how to go #1 and #2 in the outdoors, whether adventuring, or camping, can be a huge sense of anxiety for people. So, whether it’s simply squatting in the bush, or bringing a portable potty, we are here to share all the ways we’ve created toilets in the outdoors!
Portable Toilet Suggestions:
- Go Girl: https://go-girl.com
- Shewee: https://www.shewee.com
- Luggable Loo: https://www.rei.com/product/876179/reliance-luggable-loo-portable-toilet
- Lauren’s Awoken Unisex Urinal for Car: https://tinyurl.com/nj2swhke
Portable Toilets are great solutions for when you’re in busy areas, or you don’t want to be away from your child – you can use some in a car, in a tent, or hugged up against a tree.
If you choose to squat and leave nature in nature, remember to leave no trace – and carry out any toilet paper you may use. (www.leavenotrace.ca)
- use head lamp, and have bear spray
- bring mason jar, bucket, toddler training seat, or portable potty
- dig cat hole: rule is that it must be dug 200 feet away from water sources, walking trails, and camp sites (or carry out poop, like you would carry out dog poop)
- or toddlers who are new to learning how to squat, you can support the toddler’s legs behind their knees, to help them form a squat
Thank you to Scat Belt for sponsoring today’s podcast! Get your Scat Belt today to always have your bear spray accessible at www.scatbelt.com and on IG: @scatbelt
Today’s Hosts: @laurenrodycheberle and @cldowsett from @kidswhoexplore
Production: @kpmediaproductions. Music: @michaelferraro_music.