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As the WIFE and I have never been on the ice during a get together, what is the common relief measure for mixed company? Maybe bring your own bucket and hiding tarp (to keep away from telescope woman)?

We got snow yesterday and it will be gone tommorrow so we don't have a lot of experience in these matters. Help!

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Northlander

I bring a 6 gallon pail and garbage bags with for when a 2 hits me. Of course do it in the privacy of your house. If you can get away with it do it in your partners when he is checking tip ups. grin.gif

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AmeriFinn

We bring our own 6 gal pails and black 55gal bags. I kick my boyfriend out of the ice house for privacy, Nunnu is great, but I have to draw the line somewhere! wink.gif I used to use my pail outside, until I realized I'M the one who's dropping some clothing! Duh! HE can go outside and wait! grin.gif

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nunnu

Heyyyyy ! wink.gif

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Steve Foss

Hah, BUSTED! LMAO! grin.gif

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bmc

Last winter my wife and I were on Lake of the Woods in a rental house and she had to go #1. It was like 40- with the windchill and she insisted on me standing outside. Either that was the longest #1 she's ever done or she was seeing how close to frostibite I could get. LOL Bring a couple plastic grocery or garbage bags with you and line your bucket with them. Don't forget the TP!

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