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How do I not die of Pic related?
It's a huge problem in Europe and doctors don't seem to treat it well.
I think they just let people die or give them wrong treatments cause the cure is natural and non patentable.
So by the time they find something they just silence this new epidemic.

What do for real? Fuck doctors and antibiotics IMHO.
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>>1542319
thanks fren

yea recently did a little backpacking trip out into the greenswamp here in florida. Pulled 1 dog tick and one lonestar off of me. The lonestar tick was pretty well dug in. Luckily that was almost a month ago and beyond alittle granuloma/bump no other symptoms.
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>>1534542
What if you are allergic to the cyclines?
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>>1542325
Not him, another medfag, but amoxicillin and ceftriaxone also work, they're the go to if allergy to tetracyclines
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>>1542332
Thanks
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Also just FYI single dose 200mg Doxycycline po after a tick bite can prevent Lyme. If you have access to it, might be a good idea to carry in your IFAK.

https://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/nejm200107123450201

Hey /out/
My country's in pretty bad shape and things might get rougher down the road (civil unrest and all that). What are some tips you'd have for when the boogaloo hits/ society collapses/ every man for himself?

Definitely not a /k/ thread because I own no guns so I'd have to try and not get involved in bloody revolution
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>>1542140
erry time and murricans eat it all up
that's liek 300 families in that "city" everyone knows each other, they go to same school (a primary, maybe a secondary), same doctor, same market and a handful of shops
where those gangs come from anyway?
>BIC lighters
>in early '90s bosnia
they were "blockaded"... for what purpose?
the "blockading" army could have been just march in there and start the ethnic cleansing or just kick them out from their homes and secure it for their own folk
the whole scenario makes no sense, it is made up by those guys to milk those fat juicy murrican wallets
muh prepping
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>>1542281
no murrcan worth his salt is gonna believe that. please stop this petty anti us dog shit.

it's blatantly bullshit and that source sounds unreliable as fuck.
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>>1542115
Bait.
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>>1542036
In America, there isn't going to be a massive collapse anytime soon. America is going to slowly degrade until it becomes a more temperate brazil.

Unless there's some kind of catabolic collapse, where it cost more in resources to extract resources from the ground. Then maybe we will see some sort of slow deindustrialization.
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>>1542036
> I own no guns
Get some then. Unless you're a felon in the US, it's possible (easiest in the EU, where you can just buy them and the US, where you'll at most have to wait a few days for background checks).

>tips for when the boogaloo hits/ society collapses
Depends on your location and possible retreats. Either store food and camo your home (broken windows, trash around etc.) or live off the land and be ready to defend yourself.

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whats the best equipment for a long roadtrip with a vehicle like this?
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>>1542262
>>>/o/
>>>/trv/

Also the best piece of equipment you could bring with you is pic related
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>>1542262
Toilet paper for street shitting
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>>1542262

A bigger vehicle.
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>>1542262
A Helmet
Life Insurance Card
Health Insurance Card
Info on your blood type, medical allergies, and other health information for rescue workers
Copy of your Will and Contact Info for your Lawyer
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>>1542262
hammock or sleeping bag
kerosene/propane stove
spoon
meth
needle

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IT'S FUCKING HOT AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH

FUCK LOUISIANA
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>>1541214
Good lad, I tell everyone that if you wear a neutral clothing/LSU stuff, and say you're from out of town you will literally not have to pay for food or beer, hell even as a local I get food just by walking up and asking, by far the most underrated piece of American culture

also glad you like boudin, if you're ever back down here, head on over to lafayette to billy's boudin and cracklin, best boudin in Louisiana and the best crawfish pies, they even have boudin balls with cheese in the middle, and boudin eggrolls that fucking give you a little chub they're so good.
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"Oceanic climate" at 50°N. I sure love watering shit all day long
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How to sweat less or less smell?
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>>1535179
Kek, everyone tries to act tough till it gets to 115. Rest of northern arizona is much cooler though.
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>>1535526
Slaves have to wear their leashes, hot or not.

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can we clone it?

>A 40,000-year-old wolf's head was discovered in northern Russia — with its ears, fangs, brain and tongue perfectly intact in the permafrost.
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>>1539943
>Forced plant cannibalism
>boner
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>>1540978
it's russia nigger only the us uses inches pretty much
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>>1540238
Fag
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>>1541606
You're fucking retarded. Tapes like that typically have centimeters on one side and inches on the other. That's a standard. And if you look at the picture, you'll see that this tape also has inches on the other side.
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>>1539197
Why only the head ?
What could have decapitated that thing.
Jeez that's scary

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are offroad teardrop trailers peak comfy?
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>>1539579
More of a Boler man myself. I like winter camping.
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>>1539664
It looks goofy i like it
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>>1539596
can get them light enough to pull behind a bicycle. mate of mine does that shit all the time
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>>1539614
Did you fuck?
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>>1542294
No , not gay so did not do that

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Oh god please help I have hells itch please help
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>>1539930
if you mean a sunburn that was then reburned before it healed sit in a bath that is as hot as possible for like 2 minutes. this is going to feel like you are literally on fire but after you get out you will feel instant relief. t. ginger
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so much ravioli :(
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>>1539930
That's an 80 foot tree.
Those aren't stars above it, those are embers.
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>>1539930
Sunburn- mist vinegar on it.
Chiggers-cover bite with nail polish
Mosquito bite- put some methiolate on it.
Bee sting- put cigarette tobacco on it.
Keyhopper
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Really hot shower and lots of peppermint oil. I got a week ago for 2 days. The oil helps immensely.

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best place /out/doors to meditate
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>>1541897
Get yourself a nice little cuckshed
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>>1541897
Whangarei on the north island of new Zealand has more lonely unnamed waterfalls per square mile than any place else ive ever seen. so probably there.

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Both my and my girlfriend have severe hay fever. Even when we use medication we cannot be /out/ for a long time during the summer. What can we do about this?
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>>1541142
There are Naturopaths with medical degrees, retard.
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>>1535870
>no carb eliminated 98% of my allergies
It might be specifically the wheat that's doing it to ya. Check out "What's With Wheat" on netflix.
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>>1534618

Just take more Benadryl, my man.

Some people need more of meds for effect, some need less.
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>>1534618
Seconding >>1538967's suggestion to consume local honey. The bees get the pollen from local flora in the honey, you consume it, your body gets accustomed to it and your body's histamine reaction lessens.
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>>1534624
*My girlfriend and I
And theres not much you can do about it really.

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Hey look, the numbers finally got updated after the government shutdown:

>1. Great Smoky Mountains (Tennessee; North Carolina) - 11,421,204
>2. Grand Canyon (Arizona) - 6,380,495
>3. Rocky Mountain (Colorado) - 4,590,493
>4. Zion (Utah) - 4,320,033
>5. Yellowstone (Wyoming; Montana; Idaho) - 4,115,000
>6. Yosemite (California) - 4,009,436
>7. Acadia (Maine) - 3,537,575
>8. Grand Teton (Wyoming) - 3,491,151
>9. Olympic (Washington) - 3,104,455
>10. Glacier (Montana) - 2,965,309. Note - contiguous with Waterton Lakes National Park, Alberta, Canada (568,807). Combined total: 3,534,116

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>>1540145

>21. Capitol Reef (Utah) - 1,227,627
>22. Hawaiʻi Volcanoes (Hawaii) - 1,116,891
>23. Haleakalā (Hawaii) - 1,044,084
>24. Badlands (South Dakota) - 1,008,942
>25. Saguaro (Arizona) - 957,405
>26. Theodore Roosevelt (North Dakota) - 749,389
>27. Canyonlands (Utah) - 739,449
>28. Crater Lake (Oregon) - 720,659
>29. Kings Canyon (California) - 699,023
>30. Wind Cave (South Dakota) - 656,397

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>>1540146
>41. Great Sand Dunes (Colorado) - 442,905
>42. Big Bend (Texas) - 440,091
>43. Channel Islands (California) - 366,250
>44. Kenai Fjords (Alaska) - 321,596
>45. Black Canyon of the Gunnison (Colorado) - 308,962
>46. Voyageurs (Minnesota) - 239,656
>47. Pinnacles (California) - 222,152
>48. Guadalupe Mountains (Texas) - 172,347
>49. Great Basin (Nevada) - 153,094
>50. Congaree (South Carolina) - 145,929

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>51. Virgin Islands (US Virgin Islands) - 112,287

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>>1540145
Daily reminder that /out/ is a national forests board; national parkinglots can fuck off
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>>1540150
yep, national parks are terrible. don't come to them. i definitely haven't backpacked in yosemite and seen no one except my brother for 4 days.
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>>1540150
Daily reminder to get further /out/ in order to avoid the crowds of normies. If you're less than a mile from parking, people are everywhere. Put some miles on those legs to experience solitude. That said, I vastly prefer NF>NP. Who wants to see the sights that everyone else has seen?

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It's been too long since the last thread. I miss the noises.
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>>1540942
I know that feel, haven't been hiking in a decent place for field recordings in months, likely won't do much at all this summer either. Just too busy and not currently living in an ideal location. It's been so long I've kind of forgotten how to make good recordings lol. Haven't even done much birding.

>>1540988
My stuff:
https://soundcloud.com/user-131425979

>>1541550
Good to see you're still around my dude.

>>1541243
check the 3rd party archive for old threads, lots of good info there. For what it's worth I started with a Tascam DR-05 and got some recordings I'm still proud of on that affordable unit. xeno-canto is a popular uploading site for bird calls, but there aren't many general ambience recordings there for obvious reasons. I think there were just a half dozen or so of us regular recorders at the height of these generals last spring and summer. Hopefully more will pop their heads up again.
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>>1542111
This is the longest one I've uploaded, I think it's held up pretty well.
https://soundcloud.com/user-131425979/mountain-spring-redux
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>>1542116
This one was made with a Tascam DR-05 btw.
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Also, for a beginner attempting ambient recordings I would suggest finding a nice quiet place with flowing water, set the recorder up near the water source and then walk at least 50 meters away while it records so it doesn't pick up your sounds. Flowing water helps mask the noise floor from lower quality pre-amps.
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>>1542111
Not thunder, always had a lot of trouble be available to record when a good storm came through, and every time I was around to record it wouldn't end up hitting but just passing by miles away (hence the fact I only really have distant recordings). Skim through my channel to find some others, but really the only thunder I have is distant and short.

>>1542095
At this point in time I mostly use Audio-Technica omni mics with a Jecklin disk run into a Tascam DR-70D recorder. I also have a "binaural ball" for fun as well as a stethoscope mic, contact mics, and various other shit. My newest acquisition a year or two ago is a Sennheiser dual shotgun mic which is fucking awesome, but that was right when I started getting crazy busy so only have a couple proper recordings with it (Rain on Warehouse Roof I believe it's called).

I started with just a Tascam DR-40 and gradually added external mics and preamps, until I upgraded the recorder altogether. It's good enough for now but I have my eye/ear on another major mic/recorder upgrade but only after my truck is paid off.

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How the fuck do you guys deal with the heat and insects? I have really been wanting to go outdoors but both of those things are killer here in FL around this time.
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>>1534878
I don't camp in the summer. To many normies out. I just work a dhit ton of over time, take more time off in the fall/winter.
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>>1538881
Based
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>>1538394
>>1535233
What's up FL anons?

Recently did a little backpacking trip out into the Green Swamp in Dade City. It was so fucking hot. Mostly equestrian trails in direct sunlight until we got to our camp site. Did a total of 15 miles in the overnight trip, but it was just so hot it felt like 30.

You know it's hot when even the animals aren't out. You could see where the boars had torn up the land a few days before, but even the birds were quiet. If I go again this summer i will be sure to only do shady, well covered trails.

Also, the bugs were BRUTAL. I used high DEET, deep woods Off brand and it only helped a little. I couldn't believe how bad the ticks were. Pulled two of the fuckers off of me. One dog tick and one lonestar that really dug his way in there. Pic related is me.
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>>1538394
>>1540623
Fort Myers anon who posted pic you replied to. I'd be down.
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>>1537642
Skin So Soft. Doesn't work as well as n-DiEthylEthylToluene. Smells better though.

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>Thousands of tired, nerve-shaken, over-civilized people are beginning to find out that going to the mountains is going home; that wildness is a necessity; and that mountain parks and reservations are useful not only as fountains of timber and irrigating rivers, but as fountains of life.
Is this the future that John Muir envisioned?
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>>1540885
>keeps insulting
sure thing bro
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>>1540866
It's just weird that we don't talk about you, but you can't seem to stop talking about us.
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>>1537243
Damn, you're right; I wish that the outdoors in my country was basically nothing but pasture instead of thousands of square miles of rugged beauty.

Also OBSESSED.
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>>1537148
pro tip: off season.
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Yes and no.

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I just bought some land and this tree in my yard is the only one without leaves. Is it dead?
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>sideways guy again
fuck you.
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It was right side up. I think the omnichan app flipped it
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>>1542210
>I think the omnichan app flipped it
No, 4chan strips exif data. Your app had nothing to do with it.
>>1541957
Asked and answered.
>>/diy/1633051
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>>1542219
>>>/diy/1633051
...dammit
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>>1541957
>buys land

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Lets have a good old zippo thread

i bought one recently off amazon from Jew Bezos and it'll arrive on friday, anything i should know. Cost me 20$

Pic Not Mine
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>>1540306
Why would you put a sharp blade into a carabiner of all things?
That somehow seems like the stupidest fucking idea.
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>>1540958
because TACTICAL SURVIVALISM.
That's why. And people will buy it.
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How do new Zippos compare to "old" Zippos in terms of build and quality?
Am I better off buying a Zippo from the 70's on an auction site than a brand spanking new one?
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>>1499837
zippo
>leaves on shelf/in drawer
>sucks for you fluid dried up :^)
>like 30 bucks a pop
bic
>can leave anywhere
>like 3 bucks for 2 of them
>>1500429
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>>1505131
>Bic flint will not work in a zippo. It's too big , you have chop the flint up.
So chop it up. I used to salvaged bic flints for my zippos when I used zippos. Its not hard.


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