It was a typical summer day when Sarah and her friend Beth decided to go camping in the mountains. They had everything they needed: a tent, sleeping bags, food, water, and a sense of adventure. As they hiked up the trail, Sarah couldn't help but feel excited about the trip. She loved being in nature, away from the hustle and bustle of city life.
When they finally reached their campsite, they quickly set up their tent and started a campfire. They ate dinner, roasted marshmallows, and enjoyed the peacefulness of the wilderness. But as the sun started to set, Sarah began to feel a sense of unease. The woods around them were dark, and the rustling of leaves made her nervous.
As they settled into their tent for the night, Sarah realized that she had to pee. She didn't want to leave the safety of the tent, but she couldn't hold it in any longer. She quietly unzipped the tent and stepped outside.
As she squatted down to relieve herself she heard a rustling in the bushes. She looked up to see a massive black bear only a few feet away! The bear had been rummaging through their food supply, and now it was staring right at her.
Sarah froze. She had never been this close to a bear before, and she knew that any sudden movement could provoke an attack. She slowly backed away, but the bear took a step forward and Sarah knew that she was in real danger.
As she stood there, paralyzed with fear, Beth came out of the tent holding a flashlight. She knew what to do. Beth shined the flashlight directly at the bear's face and it backed away.
After the bear encounter, Sarah learned her lesson. She couldn't risk encountering another bear while trying to pee in the middle of the night. So Sara got a PeeSport.
From that day on, Sarah brought her PeeSport pee bottle with her on camping trips.