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Yo cunt here what the fack is this aye?
iron bacteria
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Irod man?
3:10 specifically related to op.

Let's be honest with ourselves here. He's /ourguy/ right?
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Hey kid, wanna help me break into this house?
But that's ilegal snufkin!
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Nevermind americans, you can expect that everywhere in the world. The only difference is what weapon you're gonna get hurt by.
That's just snufkin with a red hat

Joxter nose is different

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>Colonize entire planet
>Is good
>See plant move to new state

It's survival of the fittest out there, baby. Leave the invasive plants. Protecting weakling native plants over stronger invasive species is asking for an ecological disaster. Next time your inna woods and you see an invasive plant, give it a pat on the back and keep trucking.
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Yeah, less biodiversity sure is nice. Nobody notices extinction of inconspicuous plant and insect species, so it must be inconsiquential. I love living here in eastern Pennsylvania, where most of the ground cover is stilt-grass, tearthumb, and multiflora rose.
Anon, substitute 'plant' for 'natives' in your text and you see how right you are.

Also, there are too many humans.
>It's survival of the fittest out there, baby.
Which manifests as invasive plants getting stomped out by the local plants' symbionts, namely humans who care about biodiversity and local aesthetics.
I was guessing home schooled
*OP doesn't even post an invasive plant* lol

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Have many of you gone foraging for wild edibles? Ever gotten sick?
I'm looking to find a field guide but I don't know if they exist.
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>find wild garlic in the field of an old man I do work for
>his field is the only place I have ever seen wild garlic grow
>I take many of the seeds to plant around my area
>since my dad is interested in wild edibles too, I show him what I found and what I intend to do with them
>I lay them on the counter next to my other stuff
>next morning, I get up and can't find them
>ask my dad if he knew where they went
>he didn't know what they were and threw every single seed I had away, except for one, which I put in my personal box, and then somehow that one disappeared too
What are these? Oysters? Found on a fallen Oak branch.
Moght help if i posted a photo, derp
look's like lion's mane

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Hey out I was thinking of hiking a section of the pacific crest trail during winter break. Do you guys have any advice, should I just not do it in the winter?
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Nigga the southern california part I'm not doing the whole thing
no shit, retard. i read "section" in your op, which is why i asked "what section". but anyone as fucking dumb as you clearly are shouldn't be /out/ unsupervised, so my advice is going to be a hard just don't do it in any season.
anyone with a stick as far up their ass as you shouldn't be part of society at all. Makes sense that you like to /out/
Ok well bring water and have fun, what else do you want to know?
I was thinking of outing around yosemite in the future have you ever been there?

I got a degree as a sign language interpreter and want an /out/ job or to go to school for something more related to nature.

What do?
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By the time you're 17 you should've realized that you don't want to be an interpreter for disabled people who very rarely have anything of actual substance to say. Especially the deaf, they're astoundingly maladjusted and obnoxious for some reason.
CCC not the same as Peace Corps
Seconded to everyone who just says "guide x for deaf people".
I guarantee you studied this for the same reason people study "business". The difference is that you're fucking right.
Approach any organization at any level. Say you want to do what they do. Flap your hands a bit. Sign language services are a selling point for every industry.
Every employer expects to retrain new hires anyway, so they'll train you from zero if needed. Start with your strongest passion and work your way down.
>Nothing of worth to say
Why are you here?
I didn't figure out what I wanted to do until thirty. And I'm really successful at it, am it's a very /out/ job. The obsession people have with youth these days is such bullshit, the idea that if you aren't settled on a career path by twenty-five you'll never make it is absolutely false.

As for OP, you can do whatever. It never hurts to ask, even if it doesn't pertain to your degree.
What is it you do?

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Thinking about getting pic related. Gshock rangeman. Any opinions? Got a basic Casio already but want to upgrade.
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How much bigger than an f-91w would you say these are? Really love the form factor and ruggedness of my little f-91, have beat the ever-loving shit out of this thing
>what's the point of a watch
none, some people just like the concept, it's quite pointless really
Had this Citiizen 3 years. Worn nearly every day in construction, out and abused a bit. Been great. Never stops running. Put it in a box (solar powered watch) and hid it away for six months when I first got it and it still had the time when I got back to it.
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I dont have an F-91 but I would say its bigger, but not huge. I have small wrists and I guess it wears like an 40mm diameter watch
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I have the same watch, its perfect.

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what was the last thing you bought?

>picture releated
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A meme paracord handled knife with a ferro rode that has a whistle on its handle

Also bought a lot of stuff from the 99 cents store, including 500 matches, rope, and petroleum jelly
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got myself a gorka to see if they live up to the memes
also bought a new canteen & cup set - I already had one but it was a cheap plastic thing that was just hideous, this new steel one is much better

very aesthetic
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I ordered a thumb trigger release aid for my compound bow. Used an index trigger style before but got annoyed with the wrist strap always shifting and the caliper smacking against my middle finger knuckle every time i shot the bow.

Thumb releases are expensive but i consider it worth it.

How good are these things really? I have an adeaquate folding blade knife and am looking into getting a fixed blade for the heavier duty outdoors stuff. If I were to go Mora what which one would I get?
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What book are you reading? Looks interesting.
"Bushcraft" by Mors Kochanski, read it many times, just some neat drawings with an obvious Mora classic for the picture
How the fuck do sharpen the kabsbol?
Have one that's like 50-60 years old that my grandpa used. Still works I guess just needs sharpening and removing of paint. Would take pics but in the cabin
Don't overthink it, it is a steel knife, way better than stone tools humans conquered the world with. Just look at it and you'll know what is it good for.

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If you came across a sasquatch while /out/, would you shoot it for science?

>inb4 samsquanch doesn't exist faggot
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suck his hairy dick duh
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I'd probably put a big 'ol nugget hole if I saw some shit like this innawoods. Pic is from Bigfoot museum in my home town.
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The only thing I want to see more than a samsquench is some gnomes in their natural habitat. None of them urbanized garden gnomes. Real toadstool kicking forest gnomes. Where should I go about looking for gnomes while /out/?
I heard there's some white chick in the woods of Germany that regularly sees like 7 of them

Has anyone that has practiced the Wim Hof method discovered any tangible benefits to doing so? The increased cold resilience is appealing to me as I live in a cold climate and go /out/ often, so being able to pack/wear less clothing would free up some bag space and lighten my load. Just don't know if I could spend hours hiking in the cold with inadequate clothing without freezing to death.
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Summer or winter? Tap water is waaay colder in the winter. 200 feet of copper pipe will warm the water too. It's also psychologically harder when you know it's -30 outside.
it is mental control which is related to meditation, it allows you to ignore fears and focus. it's really training your higher mind, it doesn't have to be hippy shit, but there's still a lot of knowledge in what yogis figured out about mental and physical training.
This. People have such a hard time separating the Eternal Natural Way from new age bullshit and it's saddening
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you are terribly hypothyroid, which directly effects your Basal metabolic rate. Look up ray peat for tips to increase core temps.
Contrast showers:

10 seconds warm as you like
20 seconds cold as you can stand

repeat until 5 minutes are up

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>'off the grid' home
>has to be inspected, documented, and approved by the state
>has to abide by zoning laws and pay property tax
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I fucking hate this. Why can't i live in the wild like I want? They won't get you deep in the forest but I don't want to die without seeing my loved ones first.

Most places in rural US;

Buy 5 acres of uncleared land

Build cabin in middle

make your own electric

pay property taxes


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>Why can't i live in the wild like I want?
because there's no guarantee you're not a nog going to fuck shit up for everybody else and the environment
every libertarian thinks people are good and LET ME DO WHAT I WANT, MOM!, while in reality if most people weren't coerced into doing the proper things, one way or the other, they'll usually end up living the nog life, dumping garbage in their own property because 'muh land, muh rules' to save a few bucks and what not
>while in reality if most people weren't coerced into doing the proper things, one way or the other, they'll usually end up living the nog life
*Only non-Asians

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I have blisters on both feet, but I want to keep walking. What do ?
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Is that the result of chinese foot binding?
Best is to just leave it alone and stop walking. If you absolutely need to keep walking because your bad life decisions are catching up with you, then you can take a needle and puncture it.

Make sure to heat the needle up with a lighter first if it isn't sterile. Then puncture it and let the blister drain by itself. If necessary apply some mild pressure on the area around the blister. Don't push on the blister itself. Then you need to keep the area clean and bandage it to avoid infection. That's the downside of puncturing it. If you just leave it alone, then takes care of itself.
>Put pic related on the places where you usually get blisters
>Make sure no fucking wrinkles or airbubbles gets trapped
>It has to be smooth as fuck to work
>If you get a blister pop it with a sterile needle in the top, and bottom in the walking direction
>Squeeze out the fluids
>Rest for a day and continue your hike
It's the result of something, I can tell you that much.

The Britbong army solution to this used to be to draw the puss out with a hypodermic needle then inject a solution of potassium permanganate into the blister. Dried out the skin so fast you end up with instant callous, but hurts like a motherfucker.

Hi /out/,

I’m looking to get into foraging for wild food and I thought I would see if guys have any book recommendations. Is pic related good?

>I am in the Pacific Northwest
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I have the book in the pic. Covers a lot of plants and will tell which plants are edible
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bump for interest. the petersons guide is supposed to be good, but a good compendium of info with pics about foraging is not something that exists as far as i can tell.
Completely irelevant to the post, but at least you tried.
Samuel Thayer's books.

>decided I want to walk the last 100km to sanfiago
>English way is babby mode (perhaps this is why they became heretics)
>interrail is fucking expensive
>idea: camp it through!
>never actually camped before

How much will it cost me to buy camping gear at decathlon?
What should I buy?
Also... Should I Tarp it?
Don't get caught in the spanish side of el camino, since you can actually get fined if the local police finds you camping outside of designated spots
Fined? Why?
Apparently there's a law that bans people from setting camp anywhere that is not your private property.
Special emphasis on the "setting camp".
You can, however, camp in the open air if you're only using a sleeping bag.
When it comes to being out, Spain is such a shitty place to be.
Eh shit.
I just checked the campsites for the English way, they are scare and far the farther you are from the coast.
Rip my dream.

if you want to do an easy yet scenic walk why not the kungsleden?

comfy, free to camp everywhere, plenty of drinkable water.

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