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>tfw want to go innawoods but no guns here and my over active imagation makes me scared of being raped by something.
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This is an /out/ subject and we will handle it internally!
Did that snek eat a gun?
No, it's just the way they're made
Post pics and we'll judge if you're rape worthy or not.

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/out/ musical instruments thread

What are your favorite gitfiddles and poorwhistles to bring along on the great outdoors? I currently bring a banjo and a harmonica, but the banjo is still bulky to pack into a kayak or bring on a trail. Been thinking about a cheap mandolin to cut down on space and maybe worry less if it takes a good knock. Anyone have any recommendations on one that doesn't suck ass and is <$300?

Post stories, pics, make fun of other peoples instruments etc
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Now that's my kinda shit. Appalachian Celtic.
Glad I could spark ur memory :)
they're pretty cheap it looks like. Unlike these things >>1652379

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Looking for a watch for /out/ but I'm also looking for taking it out ice fishing. Where I'm from this means the temperature could get to -20f (-28.8c)

while on my wrist it may not get there, the windchill while looking at the watch may get it really freaking cold. I'm looking at the Pathfinder PAG240-1 from Casio but I can't seem to find the operating temperature.
I know the sensor only goes from 14 degrees to 104 or something, but not really any info on operating temp of the LCD.

I know Casio also makes a Low Temp LCD watch but it doesn't have the options. Or is there another brand that is low-temp with lots of /out/ options?

Gen watch threat too
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DW5600 E
I love it.
this is what grind my gears
cheap ass watch can last 5 years minimum but the most expensive of watches have to be babysitted every few days
That interface looks brilliant. I wish simplicity and usability were more of a priority in tech.
Get a Casio PRW 6100 series.

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>won't be growing anymore
Why? Not worth the hassle?
They grow well, but are not optimal for my land usage.
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I started this lemon tree from seed about 8 months ago
It was mostly neglected until a month or two ago when I got nutrients a light to get it through winter
The new growth looks good
anyone want to guess when it'll fruit?
if you don't have snow or ice does that mean you technically don't have a "frost"?
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Frost is a form of ice. If comes from condensation freezing.

I'm not sure if this is the right board for the topic, but I'll post it here anyway. I'm doing a personal research project on the history of conservation and hunting, and I am currently up to the point where I am trying to pin down the beginning of the anti-hunting movement. In your view, when was it that hunting started to come under fire in popular culture, and what caused many people to adopt a negative view of hunting and hunters?
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OP here, really interesting information.
Not in the US But the UK. A few quick points.
Here hunting has always been a rich mans sport. and people will spite themselves with the i wouldn't want to do it anyway argument.

Prob 1-excessive cost required to licence, own and store a weapon. (Also being known to hold legal weapons in a town makes you a target for criminals as its easier to take yours than it is to find someone to sell.)

Next problem is the land- You need a lot of land to hunt anything more than rabbits and pheasants. Tiny by US standards, but unobtainable for most normal people. Even if you have a few acres you can't set up a blind and shoot deer as there aren't that many of them, also the whole country has enough public footpaths that there will nearly always be a walker downrange. you need to schmooze landowners into giving you permission to be on their more remote areas.

Then class -While working class people can and do hunt for the pot (I love being able to go out and bag a couple of birds for my dinner) hunting foxes and deer are seen as being cruel -For a normie who's happy to eat bacon and beef all day hunting a wild animal is not seen as pest control but being a "Toff" or "Nob" by lots of the population so hunting is a class betrayal. -Most people are also so disconnected from the land they can't understand this is silly.

Finally Animal Cruelty- Because fur farms are cruel with animals being farmed for their skins. All animal skins and non meat products from recognised animals are cruel. Making a rabbit skin mitten is considered just as cruel as killing the the last snow leopard.
There are also large groups of Townies who will take their dogs into the countryside, dig up a badger sett or foxes den and have them fight which is needlessly cruel.
Bump for good thread
Don't forget to include the biggest anti-hunting hypocrites the Creator has ever seen. The First Nations and Inuit people of Canada have clashed with the Government and even other animal rights groups since before treaty and animal rights were even a thing. They will consistently whine and complain about their traditional subsistence hunting rights meanwhile every man woman and child capable of handling a rifle will shoot half a dozen moose, bison or caribou each multiple times a year. They know nothing about conservation and if they stay the course, many large terrestrial animal populations will suffer longterm. Mind you this seems to be a problem with recent generations and aboriginal populations are on the rebound and rising. There is no tag system. They can knock down whatever is in their treaty territory.
INB4 But das a racist! I'm a card carrying treaty 8 Indian who practices sustainable hunting. These people, who are my aunts, uncles and cousins are the most despicable wasteful humans I've ever seen. Worse than niggers. Cruel and ignorant of their roots.

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Get /out/ and walk, post some photos of neat shit that you see.

I wrecked my knee on the Benton MacKaye while long term camping in Sept/Oct. I've been about a week without noticing any pain, so figured it was time to start testing. Did about 3.7 mi today, no issues.

I'm staying with an elderly fellow that fractured his back, so walking the roads around his place, which is pretty danged /out/. Pic related is about 1.5 miles up the road and down another, 'murica, fuck yeah!
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The creek after it comes outta the woods that I go through when I walk the tracks.
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The spot where I sometimes start walkin' the tracks. Didn't this time, and also took the route clockwise for the first time. This was it before the first stars began shining through.
It's been a little over a year now since I tore my LCL and just worked myself up to 7.5 miles today, and I'm feeling it. I wear a knee brace and it helps very little. I take an ibuprofun before and half way through my hike and it helps a little. Knee injuries are the worst man.
Do any of you guys do running or lifting in addition to your hiking? I can’t really hike or do any trail runs immediately after my leg days which sucks. I think it’s accumulating damage
I only do upper body at the gym, I consider my hiking leg days.

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prove that you're not a larper and actually went /out/ this year

>squares are 1600x1600
>post em faggots
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>>1658679 (Me) here.

Most of these photos were taken on one-day trips. As I'm weaker and weaker with each day, I do less and less of a long outings.

In MARCH I accidentally found old unused rails. It was sunny all day, rays of the spring sun were pleasant on skin. I made it to the end of it. There was an abandoned warehouse, and I enjoyed the sunset there.
On the APRIL shot is shown regenerated meadow, where I had horses years ago. Next year I will make hay from that grass.
MAY and JUNE are warm months, I did a lot of outing. Cycling, hiking, horse riding, car trips... I miss all that now.
JULY picture was shot on evening in the mountains. We were camping by campfire with my friend. We don't see each other often. It was cold that evening, so I held her close to me. We drank a bottle of wine, and yes, we slept in one tent on that night.
SEPTEMBER, it is only a sunset. I sat on the fallen branch and was only watching sun going down. I really like sunsets, maybe it's because I'm alone.
I tried urbex in OCTOBER. I found an abandoned spa area in the mountains. Beautiful buildings on beautiful place. I still can't believe they let that area decay.
DECEMBER, last week, we did a short hike in the woods with a friend, and then we made dinner for us in front of some cabin. He is a terrific comedian and "incurable neet."

Nice places to hike, maybe too much of rocks for me

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>As I'm weaker and weaker with each day
Are you ok? I really like the shots of Oct and Dec, that's a mad building to have abandoned!
>Prove you're /out/
You're not /out/, and going /out/ to brag is not /out/.
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Next year when i'm not packing everything I own into storage units and trailers and fixing this mess of a house, i'll be able to put more miles on the motos in the summer/fall.

And there's still hope for December. With a little luck my sled will be running next weekend.
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This was fun, nice too look back on all the fun things I and my family did this year.

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/out/cameras. What camera do you use when out?
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bought my parents an Olympus that is waterproof, drop proof 10MB lens and that was atleast a decade ago.. still running strong. I am sure its only improved in compact and better pics.
Looks like green lantern logo in the back of the car. So, the only game there is anon's life.
I have a Garmin VIRB xe that’s pretty good, it has been through 2+ years of hahos and saturation deep dives and takes pretty nice pics
what is that creature?
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The US military uses an older model of this camera and gives them to troops. Good enough for us joes, should be good enough for you anon!

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Hey /out/ whats good /out/ stuff to do in utah during the summer? I go snowboarding I just started this year but I'm looking to get out more. I come from a family that all plays WoW and I'm trying to break the cicle.
Utah is like one of the most /out/ states. You can pretty much do whatever you want.
I'd personally recommend hiking in boulder as there are multiple trails and it stays cools b/c mountains. you can also go to lake powell but it's normally kind of crowded during the summer. I'd also recommend looking up atlas obscura if you're interested in ghost towns and landmarks.
There's always dying in the sun, lot of that around Utah
I'd love to check out some ghost towns that'd be neat af to do, I'll remember that one for next summer.

Walking around some mountains in Nagano, Japan and saw these paw prints.
I’ve never done any sort of tracking so basic tips would b cool too
My guess is a very small bear
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I’ve read very little but there are no big cats, wildlife is mainly rabbits, foxes, bears, monkeys etc. I thought it was a lynx or something at first before I found out there are no big cats
yeah a small black bear. they have them all through Japan but they mostly keep to themselves.
pick one
Japanese Whooping Bore.
I'm pretty sure that's an Amatta track.

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>Backpack General.

Why is it that I often see tactical backpacks like this in person that have lining/covering over the entire zipper area/lining from front to start to prevent rain from getting through the entire zipper areas, but I cannot find tactical backpacks with that online?
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Get a north face basecamp duffel
i did not like teton straps
Seconded. I usually don't like North Face, but I read really good things about their duffle, I picked one up about three weeks ago for travel and general use. It feels and looks bomb-proof, and is fairly waterproof to my knowledge. Would recommend, they can get the shit beat out of them.

Just make sure to get a large. I need the other side is just wasting money. And the price is good for how much space and reliability you get.
Alps makes some ok stuff. I have a 2-man tent of theirs and it works just fine.
nigga where u at? this (winter and after christmas) is the right season to pick up a used pack for dirt cheap.
Hang back a couple months and see if you can snag something off kijiji or craigslist

#298-“HIGH TEST” Edition

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Thinking about picking up a new hobby? Want to get a memecaster? Haven't mastered the Palomar knot? Click here!

Talk about fishin
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>it's basically just another part on the reel that can fail
And a level wind creates drag, making your casts shorter
Is there an advantage to euronymph line I thought they just started using it because mono rigs got outlawed.

Lake Temescal
Oakland, CA
JDM Lure
if you are fishing strictly nymphs and the pockets you plan to fish are within your rods reach then yeah it will arguably be more effective. The whole setup is meant to be extremely light so that any subtle bump in your fly will be felt. By high sticking with a euro setup you get a straight connection to the bottom with little to no slack in your line.

So I like to take my dog camping, but she's a short hair boxer/pit mix so she doesn't have a lot of natural insulation, and shivers a lot in winter especially at night. Anyone have experience with dog snow wear? The only thing I find in stores are the cheesy sweaters that are mostly for toy dogs, and don't provide much insulation.

Additionally, I've been training her to sit in my kayak, trying to get her ready to do a week long kayaking trip with me. She's fine when it's in my back yard, but she is too scared to get in when I try in the water. She like playing in water but doesn't like it to come above her belly. Anyone else train their dogs to be comfortable kayaking/canoeing?
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I've taken her off leash on hundreds of different trails since I found her, and I've never encountered anyone who acts the way you people do. Makes me think y'all don't actually get /out/, and maybe that's why you're so angry at nothing.
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Get a hurtta. You can get boots too but they walk funny with them on. This asshole also ate his.
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That looks quality and is a lot cheaper than the other link, thanks man. He looks like the kind of douche that would eat his own shoes. This dumb bitch chewed the legs off my couch.
>she a good dog, she nebba did nothin, never thought she would bite!
You're entitled to be as angry as you want, and talk shit as anon on some web forum. I just hope you have sense enough to know not to fuck with someone's dog in real life.

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name a better /out/ feeling than falling asleep to pic related
>protip: you can't
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I work on a boat. I get clear skies every night its not cloudy. Sucks to be stuck on land
You should travel more. You seem pretty close minded
>tfw northern canada
>try to photograph milky way
>all this aurora borealis shit gets in the way
ITs weird I spent a bunch of time in bumfuck nowhere Nevada and the skies were honestly disappointing. Best views I’ve ever had were down in south Texas where by all rights they should have been mediocre.
Made no fucking sense, Nevada is higher drier colder and far less densely populated and less developed.
Long term exposure photos? I mean they're nice and all, but I dont get a special feeling from a picture.

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Why is the desert so spooky bros?
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N8ce. You got me on that one. I'll venture Valley of Fire.
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Yeah. On the list. Did you hear about the old cowboy lever leaning against the tree?
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You're thinking of the Great Basin National Park.
What is that creature?

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