Camping twice at Fairholm last summer, almost dropped hammock straps on someone’s pile. Cooked all my meals at Cape Alava only to realize at the end, I was less than a foot away from someone’s poop. Seems like everywhere you go, you’ll see little wads of brown stained toilet paper behind any tree within a 30 foot radius of any otherwise nice spot.
Really, anyone too lazy to did a hole or bag it should be dropped head first into a backcountry toilet and left for a few days😡
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Usually there is toilet paper strewn about and I know of no animals that use TP.
I was grossed out at Packwood Lake a few years ago. Poopage right along the trail near the lake and my Used Dog started to do what dogs do to people poop. I might not eat breakfast now.
At the same time, was hearing about massive poopage around Goat Lake. One of the backcountry guys was getting the OK to put in a pit toilet, I guess.
It discouraged me from backpacking to popular places.
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