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PEG MTP Potty Pack
Pegasus Productions is proud to present 4 new potty lots for your pooping... um, er... plopping pleasure. The need for these facilities was pointed out by a couple of astute members who rightly concluded that the only load you should carry on the trails... should be upon your back.
We start out with your very basic porta-potty... except that these are located way out on the trails. So they of course just sit over a hole in the ground and there is nothing "porta" about them. And despite an over-abundance of natural pine air freshener, we all know how much gas and fumes can build up in these little ovens. So for God's sake, don't light up a smoke or you'll be waving at the space shuttle crew as you zoom past them at Mach 12.
Also, be sure to bring your own roll as Sears stopped delivering the catalog in these parts about 30 years ago... and corn don't grow at this elevation. Plenty of pine cones, though... (Oh, the humanity...;-)
From your basic "single-holer", we step up into the deluxe models featuring solid walls & real honest-to-God plumbing. Of course, you still have that ever-popular 60-grit sandpaper they call TP... and if you linger too long the soles of your shoes might start to dissolve. But it still beats shooing flies away as they try to crawl inside your gas mask.
And for your more upscale campgrounds, we offer the creme de la creme of crappers... the Restroom Shower combo. Campground's started putting in shower's when they finally realized that campers would hang around longer if they weren't always trying to move upwind of each other. Although still no substitute for cable, the showers do provide a little touch of home and are very much appreciated by the folk downwind.
All of the potty lots are designed for use with the MTP Trails and are parks with minimal YIMBY properties. They are cheap to plop & maintain, are fairly slope tolerant and feature custom query sound effects. Like all PEG-MTP lots, they are PEG PCG tested & Tree-Hugger approved.
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