Training Hike: Hide site and Dakota fire pit

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Re: Training Hike: Hide site and Dakota fire pit

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I usually pick a spot near a tree that's about 6-8inches in circumference. So I can grab onto it while squatting and keep my shoes dry/clean. I also try to bury it about 2 feet down.

Sadly, that's never stopped the dogs from digging it up and eating it. (No Joke)
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Man you gotta lay off the dog food lol! It seems like this is a topic that a lot of people are unfamiliar with. Anyone can take a dump and walk off, but keeping it hidden and keeping it from making you sick is another story.
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Badlands Rifleman wrote: Tue Jul 27, 2021 8:37 pm Man you gotta lay off the dog food lol! It seems like this is a topic that a lot of people are unfamiliar with. Anyone can take a dump and walk off, but keeping it hidden and keeping it from making you sick is another story.
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Looked like a good day to me. 8-)
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Hawkeye wrote: Tue Jul 27, 2021 9:57 pm Looked like a good day to me. 8-)
It was dang good :) Just needed something to shoot…
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