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We encourage you to have a look around the catalog first to see what we’re all about before posting your first thread. Topics typically posted here include:
>Outdoor recreational activities (Hiking, trail running, bushwhacking, camping, spelunking, geocaching, orienteering, expeditions, urban exploration, backpacking, etc.)
>Gardening, farming and related activities
>Hunting and fishing, and other activities involving the stalking or taking of game (including bird-watching)
>Outdoor survival, bushcraft, foraging, self-sustenance in nature, train-hopping, hoboism, etc.
>Outdoor destinations and exploration (specific trails, parks, regions, etc.)
>Water-related activities (boats, diving, etc.)
>Outdoor philosophy (conservation, Leave No Trace, protectionism, etc.)
>Outdoor building and living (cabins, huts, treehouses, etc.)
>Outdoor social activities and organizations (meet-ups, Scouts, NOLS, etc.)
>Gear related to any of the above topics

Most topics related to the outdoors are fine. Write properly, behave politely, encourage a respectful community, and most importantly, GO OUTSIDE!!
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Just a friendly reminder that threads about weapons which do not pertain to their use in outdoor activities should be posted on /k/ instead. Thanks.

Anyone here live the vanlife? I want to learn more about it.
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The ticket isnt the only thing you need mate.
If you live in the U.S., don't worry. We export our inflation to the rest of the world. Thanks, Saudi Arabia!
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I live in my 18 wheeler full time. It's close to van life. Can I be in your club?

Also AMA
What's it like?
I'm thinking of being a truck driver after my 3 year contract in the army
That looks comfy as hell. How do you conduct hygiene, cook, entertain?
Do you play games? Do you have a laptop?

It's a job first and foremost. Don't expect to make very much or go home more than once a month your first year. The second is ok. After the second year the insurance on you as a driver drops and you can get on with a smaller company and be home on weekends. I own a modest rig and the company. It's cool but you still have to run. I think I could make more selling insurance but it's a cool life. Be prepared to work 14 hour days 11 of which is spent driving. I trained when I was a company man, I loved ex military not sure why but they tend to adapt well. Your tuition assistance will cover cdl school. Try to find a 3 month program, one month programs are just too short.

Hygiene... You get a free shower token when you buy fuel at the truck stop. Shower every other day on average. I like to take a bird bath with baby wipes on the off evening. I have a microwave in the truck as well as my backpacking stove to cook on. Half size dorm fridge to keep fresh food. I try to hit a Walmart once a week and stock up. Entertainment consist of phone posting. Internet is surprisingly sparse if you don't have a giant data plan. I try not to entertain on the truck. It's my office. I try to find board women with their own shelter. Redneck chicks love truckers and usually have a single wide daddy bought em. I game occasionally. My desktop is in storage. I got into ark for awhile. I like the stalker series because no internet required. I do have a laptop. I try to hunt down wifi and download media when the opportunity arises. Wow, pretty jumbled response... Let me know if it made since

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That needs something to drive it though. It is an attachment.
The problem is that they can't spread their roots out properly at the very beginning. If you started them indoors then planted them normally they'd fall over easily. You'd need to support every plant. Since the root ball isn't spread out over a large area there are other problems. The main one being stunted growth. You'd almost need to treat them like are using a hydroponics setup in order to give them enough nutrient in a smaller space. It is a complication.
i make a large pyramid outta saplings for my cherry and grape tomatoes.
I want to make fishing nets from scratch and I live in grow zone 5a. What fibers should I grow? Apparently cotton is out of the question for climate and hemp isn’t very water resistant. I’m unironically considering sheep for wool.
are there livestock laws in your area? are you in a residential area by law? HOA? and quail can get pretty loud.

just move out into the country

I hike 80% of the time alone and often end up off trail and often find adverse terrain that is rather risky to keep going without having any kind of backup, that terrain might be either river crossings or steep slopes. So my question is, does it make sense to bring some type of rope? I have no climbing or mountaineering background so what would be the best knot/system to use that would give me the possibility to retrieve said rope?
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Best binoculars?
Do you already have a set?
if so, what do you use them for?
why do you want to replace them?
How many hot dogs can you fit in your mouth at once?
What do you want to use your new set for?
can anyone identify pic related
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Can anyone recommend a good, affordable, wool blanket suitable for an overnight camping/backpacking trip. Not worried about going super light since it'll be a two day, one night sort of trip.
anyone know how usefull a 40 years spinning calander is and or for what reasons

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Have you ever taken a gril /out/?
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kentucky caver here, just do a guided tour through mammoth cave first, spelunking is dangerous as fuck and if you get injured you're going to die because nobody will find you for weeks if not months/years. Still lots of old moonshiners, miners, and other fucks who hid in the caves and have their corpses found a hundred years later when they got lost.
lol just fuck my shit up OBGYM
Just b urself
I made the mistake of going winter camping with my gf, she wanted to be romantic and cuddle and we ended up sweating so much we had to go home the next morning because I knew it was going to suck
ASH5763 says hello DFW fren

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Patches, badges, keychains, trinkets, and anything that looks neat and related to /out/ .
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Im a woman
I knew, but this being /out/, don't those big ass nails bother you? That's like dirt magnet right there.

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Share bum advice, Talk with other homeless bums.

I miss these threads.
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that’s a nice keyboard you got there
You just made a terrible post. You are a stupid person. I have no doubt you will uncreatively reply almost the same way you just did.
Intention is the key here
Herp a derp a derp a do
should go raid construction sites for tools, id carpet all that stuff for added warmth / comfyness looks fun tho

ITT we post the gods of /out/
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You are not familiar with the Emu Wars, aren't you?

>late 2017/early 2018
>new trend in EDC community is traditional folders
>like any fad, they’re popular because people think they look nice, but they also like them because they aren’t scary and despite their simple construction, they’re just as effective as expensive, over-engineered tactical box cutters
>middle end production knife companies try to get in on some of the action by producing “modern traditionals”, but they’re still scary looking because of tacticool designs and are too expensive for lack of complex design
>high end production companies seem to keep their distance, makes sense considering less cleverly designed features means less money the company can charge for a knife, r-right?
>benchmade makes the Proper, a “modern traditional”, and it costs more than a Bugout
>most people avoid it and see it for the scam it is considering the only reason to buy a benchmade is for the axis lock
>there are still people who buy it, and they love it because it cuts boxes just like any other thing that is sharp
>eventually friction folders become a mainstream hit, since they epitomize the simple and strong design
>people also love that they’re dirt cheap because they don’t waste a dime on things that aren’t relevant to cutting
>seems like high end knife companies have learned their lesson, nobody tries to make a high end friction folder because their price is what’s appealing
>SHOT Show 2019
>TOPS brings a friction folder
>It costs $130 dollars
>paying for materials

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I also don't get it. When you cut (or at least when I cut) you push the blade into the material and against the backspring. So how does it close on you if you don't start drilling (which I never need)?

The lock stops the blade from closing on your fingers.

If you cut enough shit with a non-locking folder, you'll eventually have it close on you when draw cuts on certain types of material.
I am not bashing locking knives, a lock is a good safety feature for when you fuck up, but locks fail. It's a back up not something to be relied on.
You would do well to treat all folders as non locking knives.
>this post was made by friction folder gang on facebook
The classics truly are the best.
how pocket friendly are opinels? I like the look, but they also look like i would be carrying a broom handle around in my pocket

Knife General - Alienate Your Customer Base Edition
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I was just about to get another SOCP and trainer. Sucks to be their PR team!
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kabar dozier, $20

>63% will be cardboard boxes
no, get yourself a utility knife for that

there are plenty of folders with pocket clips, and the wear on the blade is not going to be worth it....not to mention the gunk from tape/labels/etc
I was planning on picking up a Benchmade Puukko 200 this weekend, but fuck 'em, frankly.

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Realtree or Mossy Oak? Most effective plus badass looking?
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Nobody cares what pattern your crocs are.
Multicam is best cam!
Hunting camo is like milsurp, innawoods anthything goes. In public once piece at a time. Choose a pattern that works for your environment, I live in eastern Canada and like mossy oak breakup because it has lots of dark greens but I wish I had easy access to some cadpat
Multimeme is the worst
Multicam was rated highest in testing for all ranges of environment and did extremely well in woodland.
And many other major countries have adopted it or extremely similar designs.

hey Virginia anons, I'm from Fredericksburg and want to go camping somewhere with my guns and goof off with them, but I'm having a hard time finding a spot. Any recommendations?
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Northern Virginia is basically a suburban hellhole. It's DC spillover. Horrible traffic, MS-13, "refugees welcome" signs in people's yards, the remnants of history being paved over for housing developments and shopping centers. Robert E. Lee would weep if he saw what became of his beloved Northern Virginia.
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me too Robby, me too
Fug. That school better be worth it.
And it's because people keep moving there from places like washington,california,and India. Fuck off were full.
lmao do i know u brudda?

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>Be me 22
>Have only 1 friend also 22
>tell him im going on a 6-7 hour hike
>wants to come
>takes 0 (ZERO) gear with him
>just his clothes phone and cigarettes with him
>bitch about water
>give him
>chimney smoking
>throws cigarette buds around the place
>no more than 30 mins in the woods
>bitching about wanting to go home
>get pissed off at him and start heading back
>get to a place with phone signal

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You right. It is the current year.
I hope I've introduced a meaningful hobby to you all.
Kind of. It creates negative numeral pathways, reinforcing them. But directing them into a less destructive outlet.
How old, good diet, regular exercise?
I lurked for a while. Planning on taking highschool social circle on easy backpacking in the Cascades. Getting them acquainted with peace and quiet first. Then the heavier stuff. Hopefully I can form a good long lasting group for the end goal of Bush planing into Alaska for a few weeks. Maybe hunting together. They already love fishing and the idea of outdoorsing.

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Going out/ with my boomer dad tomorrow.
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That meme died hard and everyone still thinks you are talking about baby boomers. lol
30 year old Boomer and boomer are two different things.
Does he have a '69 Charger like the pic?
typical zoomer
Hope you had a good time with your father anon

Anyone here live in the chesapeake area? My friends and I have been wanting to go foraging for seafood, does anyone have any tips? best time/places to go? any equipment necessary?
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I was coming to post that I'm old enough to remember when DC was filled with black people instead of faggots, but then this faggot already demonstrated what I meant by it
It's fun talking to old boomers around MD who don't understand that DC isn't the chocolate city anymore. They literally can't comprehend that retarded white faggots are paying $2500+ a month to live in the same neighborhoods that the blacks burned down in the 60s.
>clean and pure water
unfettered agricultural waste and runoff would like to have a word with you, anon
Holy based
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Not really related, but anybody know of any cool places to go urbexing in central MD?

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