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May 10, 2014
Does anyone in the Tucson vicinity has a poop tube that I can borrow this week, for a one week trip (16-22 May) ?
(If yes, please do PM me.)

(Alternatively, has anyone ever used a rafting drybag for the same purpose in a big wall?)
Aleix
Joined Nov 5, 2007
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May 10, 2014
I would check the local pawn shops if I was you. Burrrrlyboy
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May 10, 2014
Don't think borrowing a poop tube is the best way to go. Just go to Lowe's or Home Depot and buy some PVC and make one. Can't be more that $20 of materials... Joe M.
Joined Dec 12, 2008
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May 10, 2014
supertopo.com/climbing/thread....

Dry bags seem to be a lighter option
rock_fencer
From Columbia, SC
Joined Dec 20, 2009
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May 10, 2014
Joe M. wrote:
Don't think borrowing a poop tube is the best way to go. Just go to Lowe's or Home Depot and buy some PVC and make one. Can't be more that $20 of materials...


+1

Seriously, do you really think someone is going to want it back after you've pooped in it all week?!
Khoi
From Vancouver, BC
Joined Oct 12, 2009
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May 10, 2014
Aleix wrote:
Does anyone in the Tucson vicinity has a poop tube that I can borrow this week, for a one week trip (16-22 May) ? (If yes, please do PM me.) (Alternatively, has anyone ever used a rafting drybag for the same purpose in a big wall?)


Lol.....are you the one who called my house to ask if our yard sale had any underwear? ;)
WyomingSummits
Joined Jan 25, 2014
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May 10, 2014
Aleix wrote:
Does anyone in the Tucson vicinity has a poop tube that I can borrow this week, for a one week trip (16-22 May) ? (If yes, please do PM me.) (Alternatively, has anyone ever used a rafting drybag for the same purpose in a big wall?)

LOL!!!!!! your joking right?
Willie Wilson
From America
Joined Aug 1, 2010
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May 10, 2014
did you check the free thread?.....i'd feel bad about trying to make monetary gain from a poop tube ze_dirtbag
From TBD
Joined Jun 18, 2012
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May 10, 2014
haha good one!! WyomingSheepRanch
From Silt, Colorado
Joined Aug 5, 2011
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May 11, 2014
^^^ Pic's of the poop tube or gtfo Tom-onator
From trollfreesociety
Joined Feb 15, 2010
5 points
May 12, 2014
what are you climbing?

plan on disposing of it after the climb, also you will carry it outside of the haul bag.

make it sturdy and as air tight as possible, also bring pee bottles.

the germans laughed at the size of our tube, but we were glad it was large.
brian benedon
Joined Jul 28, 2010
900 points
May 12, 2014
Poop tube??? Only dorks use those. Poop into free air like a man. GhaMby Eagan
From Heaven
Joined Oct 2, 2006
130 points
May 12, 2014
so this makes me think of something that happened in camp 4:

These guys, recently off of a wall, had returned to camp 4 to pack up before departing. While they were taking loads to vehicles they put the poop tube at the ranger kiosk with a Free note on it. Before they came back from the car the poop tube was nowhere to be found. Someone must have really needed that thing! From what I gathered these guys didn't use wag bags in the tube either. Basically a really narrow porta-poti. I would say that the 20 buck in your own PVC is well worth it. And to make the 20 bucks spread farther, use trash bags and wag bags to keep the mess down.

Still laugh imagining the unknown dirtbags taking that tube to hose it off.


Baarf!
John Greer Jr.
From modesto, ca
Joined Jun 4, 2009
5 points
May 12, 2014
Maybe you could help mud falcons make a comeback. Marc H
From Denver
Joined May 10, 2007
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May 12, 2014
^^just make sure they fledge daily, we don't need any more falcon closures ze_dirtbag
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