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How to Shit in the Woods, 3rd Edition: An Environmentally Sound Approach to a Lost Art Paperback – March 15, 2011
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“Kathleen Meyer has contributed to environmental awareness while lending a grand old English word the respectability it hasn’t had since Chaucer’s day.”
--FRANK GRAHAM, Audubon magazine
About the Author
A longtime outdoorswoman, KATHLEEN MEYER is the founding editor of Headwaters, published by Friends of the River. Her travel essays have been included in the Travelers’ Tales anthologies A Woman’s Passion for Travel: More True Stories from a Woman’s World and Sand in My Bra and Other Misadventures: Funny Women Write from the Road. Her adventure memoir Barefoot Hearted: A Wild Life Among Wildlife was released by Villard in 2001. Whitewater rafter and canoeist, sea-kayaker and sailor, she is also a draft horse teamster, having traversed three Rocky Mountain states by horse-drawn wagon. Ever the nontraditional spirit, Meyer resides in an old, rather unrestored, dairy barn in Montana’s Bitterroot Valley and is available for interviews. Visit her Website www.KathleenintheWoods.net and hop onto her blog Shooting the Shit
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Apparently the author felt it necessary to explain how to do what comes naturally when nature calls. And this book provides highly entertaining as well as enlightening reading while nature takes its course. Now I'm reporting theoretically, because I did not purchase this book for my own use - I get nervous when I'm more than ten feet from an electrical outlet - but rather as a gift for a more intrepid friend. He assured me, in elliptical terms to avoid TMI overload, that this book does indeed fill in critical informational gaps and thus satisfy a vital need in the available resources for woods-s***ting.
But don't take my word for it. Get this book and start pooping!
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