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You want to cover it so next person doesn't walk into it and if animals uncover it it might be in dry or decomposing stage.
 
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I do a lot of all day hunting, so I had to find a solution to this problem pretty quickly. And I wear 3-4 layers because I'm a cold little baby, which adds difficulty. My hubs thought he figured it out with the SheeWee, but I couldn't get a good seal through all of the clothes (if you didn't know, you have to press firmly in a few places that are hard to reach) and the projection didn't reach all the way through the layers of clothing. So "she" was OUT.

My method includes a full *trou-drop* because of all the hunting layers, so this won't work if you need to take a quick one, or don't have a lot of privacy.

1. Find a tree on a slight incline. Make sure it is a smaller tree so you can get a good grip in step 3. Align yourself on the lower side of the tree.
2. Drop appropriate trou. I have bibs so I gather it all in the bibs and hold the suspenders so I don't accidentally pee on them.
3. Grab ahold of tree. If you have bibs, keep ahold of them. This will gather all your pants very far in front of you. Place feet as faaaaar up on either side of the tree as you can.
4. Get the deepest squat possible. The lower, the less splash. I try to kiss the ground, but you do not have to.
5. Time to POP and LOCK. Stick your badonkadonk out like you are twerking. Use your tree to hold yourself, so you aren't putting too much strain on the knees. If you are as low as I like to go for my squats, you hardly need to twerk, but if you can't squat very far you should try to pop farther. This is the trick that will cause the stream to change direction, so it is important. Pelvic rotation to the posterior is what we are looking for here, ladies!
6. GENTLY begin. If the direction isn't what you are going for, make adjustments now before you really get going. This is also where I always realize I forgot TP so I start to panic search for a leaf that isn't crumbling into dust so if you want to do that too, feel free.
7. Wiggle with it.
8. Congratulations! You peed! Spend 20 minutes putting all of your pants back on because the deer ALWAYS come out when you are peeing so you'd better not do this without carefully scanning the entire time.
 
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