How do you handle the nature's call?

Mark_Schilling

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sushiy said:
I guess the pilot supply thing must be close to the diper, yea?
Being unable to paddle for the next few months, I had the opportunity to go flying this last Sunday. I asked the pilot (Bradwurst on this site) what 'SOP' was for pilots of small planes. He was only too happy to demonstrate:



He promptly found the nearest gravel bar in the middle of the Fraser River (near Chilliwack Mountain) and landed the plane. 8O :lol:
 

keabird

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As you all probably know, cold water scuba divers also use dry suits. On longer dives it is not an option to surface to relieve oneself. This is especially true for cave divers or divers that go to extreme depths. In these cases they could be down for many hours at a time. In these cases they use some kind of diaper like sushiy was referring to in her original post.

Unfortunately, or fortunately depending on how you want to look at it all of my 2000 logged dives have been in tropical waters so I don't have any experience with this. However I am sure any local dive shop would know where to point you if you wanted to go the diaper route.

Kinda strange the things people put up with to have a little fun! 8O
 
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