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Old 09-24-2009   #21
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Originally Posted by swiftwater15 View Post
That's what we used to use in the '80s when I worked for Outward Bound in the river program. I still associate the odor of pine sol with poo.
Yes, I agree. With a good warehouse crew turning our food and supplies we could easily spend 90 days on the river in a row, and that is a lot of rocket boxes full of shit and Pine Sol. I started with Adventure Bound in the late 60's.

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