Friday, February 17, 2017

Lost in the Woods, Part 4.

The New and improved

Appleby Toilet Tree


After reviewing the original Appleby Toilet Tree last year, I was amazed at how easy this made toileting in the woods. But believe it or not, the new Appleby Toilet Tree is even easier to set up than the original version.

As you can imagine, with my mobility issues I'm not a big fan of just squatting in the woods. And whereas I don't mind tying the knots require to suspend the original Toilet Tree, the new Toilet Tree is even easier to set up as the new one requires no knot tying skills whatsoever.

Equipped with heavy nylon webbing and a new spring-loaded clip, the new Toilet Tree spans up to 15 feet. And with the new weight limit of 330 pounds, feeling safe and secure when using the new Toilet Tree is a foregone conclusion.

Have a look. 

Check out the Appleby Toilet Tree at

Due to the dangerous nature of filming while trying to survive in the wilderness, and multiplied by the physical issues I deal with on a daily basis,
Lost in the Woods is being presented as a simulation of compiled past personal experiences for the purpose of demonstrating techniques and skills associated with surviving a similar event.
Therefore, the producers of The Disabled Hiker would like to stress that The information contained within all parts of Lost in the Woods is meant for demonstration & entertainment purposes only.

Hope you enjoy part 4 of
Lost in the Woods.

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Produced by: Terry Craig,  
The Disabled Hiker

Assistant editor: Dave Deubler

Photos & video by: Larry Deitch,
& Terry Craig, 

Featuring music by: Mad Mme. Em

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