women peeing in a kayak
Posted by: old_user on Aug-19-04 8:01 PM (EST) Category: Kayaks
Just need a little advice on how to outfit my girlfriend so she can pee in her kayak so we don't have to pull out and find a Mickey D's along the busy Jersey Shore. I know they sell funnels for women who camp, but was wondering if they line up when you are sitting in a boat. Any other gadetry out there? Any other suggestions would be helpful!
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Peeing in a kayak is easy|
Posted by: thistleback on Aug-19-04 9:21 PM (EST)
if you don't care where it goes! ;-)
Posted by: old_user on Aug-19-04 9:38 PM (EST)
go to http://www.useakayak.org
Posted by: Greyak on Aug-19-04 9:42 PM (EST)
...has a woman peeing in a kayak in their store?!
It is a Derek Hutchinson thing|
Posted by: tsunamichuck on Aug-20-04 12:58 PM (EST)
they must wear skirts and have feathered paddles too!
Posted by: toesnorth on Aug-21-04 11:32 AM (EST)
has it cheaper. www.cabelas.com
Posted by: beckt on Aug-21-04 2:35 PM (EST)
who needs that "i wanna pee like a guy " stuff.... the more ya got to fiddle with something the more complicated it gets.
Who needs it?|
Posted by: thistleback on Aug-21-04 10:34 PM (EST)
I do! I don't want to have to remove my drysuit every time I have to go, when I have a convenient front relief zipper, and I don't have to expose myself at all!
I don't know about you but...|
Posted by: lindabaron on Aug-22-04 7:16 AM (EST)
I don't pee in my kayak! HAHA!
Good for you Linda....|
Posted by: old_user on Aug-22-04 9:36 AM (EST)
You can always smell a Pee kayak a mile away.
I don't either, most of the time -|
Posted by: thistleback on Aug-22-04 11:31 AM (EST)
But I do when I'm on shore and still wearing my drysuit! YOu know, the last-minute pee before launching?
Don't knock it 'till you try it.|
Posted by: toesnorth on Aug-23-04 12:28 PM (EST)
I find the freshette easy to use and it makes my kayaking trips much more comfortable, especially in the winter.
Posted by: architectx on Aug-23-04 1:16 PM (EST)
You know - why not just install a self bailer in the kayak like a USCA canoe? That might be nice for guys & girls alike. Wouldn't solve the dry suit issues, but it would be handy at other times.
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Posted by: Dr_Disco on Aug-23-04 4:18 PM (EST)
Posted by: toesnorth on Aug-24-04 12:31 AM (EST)
at Cabela's for the freshette director.