ANY walk along any campsite or hiking trail PROVES that no one takes care of their own poop. There are three sites on Canyon lake/Salt River in Arizona that are suitable for camping. Beer Can Point has a compost toilet but the other two are basic flat areas. Both are unusable because people poop on the ground and leave their mess. At Russ Cove, the ONLY flat area is always covered in human poop. And not just in one place but someone goes to 12:00 and poops on the ground, leaving their TP there to blow into the brush. The next person looks at that pile and goes to 6:00 and does exactly the same. The Third person goes to 3:00, the fourth to 9:00 and so on, each person choosing a different spot as far away from the other piles as they can until the ONLY FLAT SPOT is littered with poop.
And as no one even thinks of this until they are ‘crowning’, there is no time to dig a cat-hole and as described above, no one does that!
So, for those of you who are actually honest, what is your paddle-toilet-system?
I have two. #1 in my poop Tube I made for about $12. This is accompanied by a dry bag containing: large coffee filter, tp, wet wipes and kitty litter. This is for pooping only.
#2 is for the ladies and is a drybag that contains: tp, wet wipes, zip-lock baggie for used tp and is for peeing only. Obviously, being a guy, I don’t need to wipe, I just shake and zip.
The poop tube is designed to fit behind my seat so I made two, one for my CD Whistler and one for Shawna’s Perception Carolina. She left both at the comport toilet at Blue Ridge a couple weeks ago so I must make replacements.
What is your toilet system when you go out and please do not pretend that you dig a cat-hole as this is logistically and observationally untrue. I have challenged many a person to show me and they ALL had an excuse why they could not at that time.