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Going out/ with my boomer dad tomorrow.
I hope you two have fun anon. Stay safe
be careful, be good, and most of all - have fun!
good for you anon, have fun
i dont know why but that pic make me smile

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>A trail runner in Colorado frantically fought off and killed a mountain lion after it attacked him from behind, Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) confirmed in a press release.

>The man, whose identity has not been released, suffered “serious, but non-life threatening injuries as a result of the attack,” according to CPW. Following an examination of the animal, authorities confirmed the man suffocated the mountain lion while defending himself. After the incident, wildlife officers collected the juvenile animal’s body near several of the man’s possessions on the trail and performed a necropsy, CPW said.

>“Mountain lion attacks are not common in Colorado and it is unfortunate that the lion’s hunting instincts were triggered by the runner,” said Ty Petersburg, area wildlife manager for Colorado Parks and Wildlife. “This could have had a very different outcome.”

>The incident happened Monday outside Fort Collins, Colo., along the West Ridge Trail at Horsetooth Mountain Open Space. The victim told authorities he was running on the trail and heard a sound behind him. When he turned to investigate, he said, the lion “lunged” at him and immediately began biting his face and wrists.

>The runner broke free, killed the mountain lion, and got himself to a local hospital. Despite the severity of the attack, CPW officials note that Colorado has seen only 16 injuries and three fatalities from mountain lion attacks since 1990.

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Has a martial artist ever been recorded fighting a chimp?
Then we can't say one way or the other.
It has it's roots in the "Woah Dangerous Creatures!" phase of child-focused naturalism in the '90s. Created a whole new generation of self hating humans and likely contributed to the existence of furries as much or more than the anthropomorphic cartoons of the same timeperiod. Maybe even more as it's not hard for someone with a functioning brain to see that the anthro characters of robin hood, for instance, were assigned different species of animal in order to reflect the HUMAN characteristics associated with those animals.
best explanation i heard is that zookeepers started spreading it to keep visitors the fuck away from the primates. lest people started reaching into their enclosure and harassing them.
i seen a video of wild chimp sperging out on a human who didn't want to hurt it. it clearly shows their limitations there is only one thing: keep your balls out of their reach! they like ripping nutsacks off and biting fingers off! that's a very real danger when fighting a chimp.

Who inspired you to go out ?
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> My father built us tent so we could have nights out in the backyard when I was 4
> Regular trips to mountains, hikes, cross country skis
> taught me how to ride skis
> signed me into local scout troop

It's all downhill from there
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>taught how to skis
>it is all downhill from here

I ski what you did there.
i lived in japan for a few years.

being constantly surrounded by cities, people, and weird smells drove me nuts.
i started dating a girl from a very rural area in western japan. she would bring me home to wander around the forests and mountains. it was wonderful how good i felt after getting home. so now i just keep going out.
When I realized nature was purity compared to modern society
No one inspired me. I just like getting away from stupid humans. Its the only way.

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Here we go again, I explore abandoned underground mines. AMA
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where my nutty putty bros at ?
I mean, I can imagine getting lost or losing your flashlight, but still somehow not dying
>break leg/arms
>cant get up
>cant call for help

sounds great
So according to you I can throw trash in every mine I see and it will become treasure to some retard on eBay ?
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Not mine guy, I'm cave guy.

Standard procedure is to leave word with a trusted friend or family member with the exact location you are going to, any route you will be taking underground (assuming its a surveyed stretch of cave), and a time when you will call them by if you are out safely. Literally everything you said can happen when camping or climbing in remote areas.

With caving my primary worry is that we will get heavy rainfall when I am deep into an overnight trip. Most of the caves in my region have running water in one form or another, and many are completely inaccessible/flooded after a downpour.

>pic related is one of the entrances to Maxwelton after ~6 hours of heavy rain. The entire cave entrance passage was filled with rushing water.

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What are your thoughts on Timothy Treadwell/Grizzly Man? For those of you who are not familiar with him, here's a page that has some details on him:

Personally not much of a fan. I would say that the Helicopter pilot in this video probably has the most concise analysis of Treadwell that I've seen:
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Dude had delusions that the bears didnt eat him because he was special but the fact was that the bears were just not hungry enough to attack this retard.
He also did something stupid by constantly being around the bears and familiarizing them to humans.
Retard got what was coming to him.
yep, he was legit wack job. did more harm than good
he was fucked up in the head, proper damaged goods, his death at the claws/teeth of a grizzly was inevitable at some point, but he did seem to get genuine joy from doing all that dumb shit so fuck it, who am I to judge? Kinda stamped his place in history pretty much.

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Is this chaga /out/?
Will I have the best tea I ever tried in my life or will I be kill?

Also foraging finds general
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In the USA it is also illegal (made so several years ago) due to people making MDMA with it. All it takes is for someone to call the DEA on you and when they test for it they will find it and that's all then need to send you to prison.
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U ever heard of drying mushrooms retard...lions mane Ohio
Anybody of you knows anything about a maximum dose of chaga for the daily tea. I have tons of lying around but I don't want to overdose on a random tree mushroom. Also heard diabetics have to be careful with chaga.
I used to grind this stuff up and put a spoonful in with my morning coffee. The two really complimented each other well. I need to get back on my chaga game. It might be an anecdote, but my friend started putting chaga on his black lab's food when it got about 12 years old And was getting decrepit. That thing almost made it to 17 and was full of pep the whole time.

Tell us about a romantic /out/ experience you had
I’ll start
>go camping
>fireflies come out
>torches both die
>guide gf back to tent by memory of trail, she is impressed
>fireflies actually help me navigate by flying behind trees etc
>get back and cuddle up in darkness
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>go hiking with gf (now wife) on vancouver island during the summer
>everything green, lush, full of life
>both covered in sweat, "lets go swimming" she says
> me being polite "i didnt bring a towel or shorts
> she looks at me and says "...well...i knew we would be swimming, and neither did i"
> ohfuck
> both strip, i have a raging hard on and we go swimming
> took her v-card in a 2 hour love session, hours from anywhere in north americas rainforest
> clean up, dry off and hike out
> since gravity is the law and there was enough cum inside her that she couldnt get to, it made her panties and shorts just a fuckin mess for the hike out.
> had to sit on my t shirt when we got to my truck, didnt have napkins or towels or anythung she ciuld use.

Been married 3 years now, have a little boy and trying for #2.
>be me
>drove to clearwater to meet first gf(2009, we were maybe 14 or 15 years old)
>went to local public park with a small lake.
>she touches my dick on the playground. No kids around. It's hot
>go to mens restroom handicap stall
>fuck shes wet
>have no idea what I'm doing. Literally first time I'm getting it on with a grill
>let's me slide it in on the toilet seat
>amazing feeling
>cum within 5 seconds after she pulls out after 2-3seconds
>drop her off
>breaks up with me 3 weeks later
>I find out she got preggo from another guy a few months later

No regrets. 10 years later shes a tweaker owing thousands of dollars in child support

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i'm 28, don't feel bad
Upside down it kinda looks like I'm being flipped off.
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This thread

right now?
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>so wtf, no one is actually /out/ on this board?
You’re not out if you’re posting here - you’re most definitely in
nice digits but the point of the thread is to see how far out anons can be while still able to post
Great barrier, nice, been there once before. wekas cruising around the garden in the place i stayed.
Halfway through the off trail section in a national park in SE QLD Australia
I'm in the fucking town library, finishing of an essay and thinking about offing myself. I can't take this shit anymore. I just want to go /out/ again, I've been stuck here for months

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I want to go /out/. I've literally never been camping nor hiking before but I've been getting an urge to recently. I live in Idaho and I was curious to see of it's safe for a first timer to go camping when it's so damn cold out.
Anything I should know about? What supplies should I bring. Any help would be gladly appreciated.
If you're just starting out just find a nearby trail and do a day trip. Walk like 5 or 6 miles just to see how it makes you feel, it'll only take a few hours. Don't buy a bunch of stuff before you start, just pick some decent walking shoes, grab a quart or two of water and head out.

Anyone knows good soft role playing games to do inna woods with friends?
We like to play survival post apo larp
pic related
Hide and seek?

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ITT: Urban Exploration Stories

>Be me a few months ago
>Live in Las Vegas near flood drain/tunnel system
>Friend and I get the idea to go explore it one night
>We hop over our community wall, down a ramp, and make it to the abyss like entrance
>We start walking through it
>Was dark as shit, even our high powered flashlights couldn't find the end of the tunnel
>There was literally garbage everywhere
>We thought we would run into a hobo
>Cars would drive over the manholes, making loud "thud thud" noises and spook us
>There was graffiti all over the walls, not sure if it was just art or actual gang markings
>Some of it was from a few days before we went in
>That spooked us even more
>Water would leak from the roof

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Urbexing, San Francisco edition.
Waiting for at least one (1)
Based Tommy Boy poster
Of course, like they let anything behind when clearing the place
You should try at night tho, find a cutie ghost
This desu

ITT we post the gods of /out/
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Im glad SOMEONE is thinking straight
>I wasn't shooting to kill, the people got in the way!
I like Ted, but don't be a faggot.
Read his manifesto and you'll know
Got a chuckle outta me, mate. But seriously, I don't know how anyone can defend violence that's not used in self-defense.

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im collecting kits, too lazy to put one together ..
post your kits
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i'll tag along with some refreshments :)
can you give an example of a pack with better ergonomics then?
Most outdoorsmen use .22lr handguns/revolvers.
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So /out/ have you had any accidents while innawoods?
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kind of feel sorry for the guy, he must have shit parents
And everyone clapped
Made the mistake of diving into a reservoir barefoot while camping. Sliced my foot up reeeeal nice. Was on the first day of a 2 day camping trip too. However, I did get to see how well my duct tape worked as a bandage. My bros felt bad for me, so they rolled joints for me all night. That silver lining.
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>get blind drunk up north dead winter
>get friend to roll a truck into a bank after
>stagger 2km back to cottage
>make 50m before stumbling into snow bank
>fall asleep
>wake up to tow truck pulling truck out
>pneumonia for a week

always learn from your mistakes, the last one may cost you

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Have you ever taken a gril /out/?
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>be me
>had gay sex in tent
>smelled bad
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>willing to put in the time and effort to become a chad like him.

>Strong Inverse Association Between Height and Suicide

>Height is extremely important

>Love at first sight is real

>It takes 13ms for people to differentiate attractive faces from unattractive faces

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Taken a few girls /out/. Actually met my wife whilst camping. Cucked a buddy of mine. Could green text it after i get off work if anyone would be interested.

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