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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.

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>hard mode: and you still actually enjoyed it
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i was forced to go to mt rushmore once. it was crowded and awful but there was something cathartic about the disgusting hordes of people. fat families all wearing the same shirt, lost old people, dads trying to tell their sons something serious about democracy but they clearly don’t remember much from 8th grade, the stench of the combined sweat of thousands of people, scout troops that clearly only go to places like this and never camp, and all those people for whom this, somehow, this granite monstrosity and associated throngs of people and stinking bathrooms and screaming kids, was the highlight on their tour of america.
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>>2027292
Whats funny is you don't realize you are just like the people you despise
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>>2027292
Haha nice one copying a cringy Holden Caulfield monologue from The Catcher in the Rye
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>>2027294
Holden Caulfield was definitely a Catcher. Get it? Not a pitcher.
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>>2027219
Same.

We went to the Grand Canyon then Zion in June. Both were crowded, but Zion really felt jam packed with people while the Grand Canyon felt a little more spread out. These where day hikes; I don’t know what it was like further up the trail.

/out/ jobs?

Tired of my office job. Cozy outdoor job recommendations? Anybody here getting paid to /out/?
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>>1999335
Seriously what's wrong with this broad's body???
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>>2026432
>im a pussy btw
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>>2027163
It’s actually 37 ferrets pretending to be a woman, I think they’re doing quite well
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>>2005773
best pic i seen all day
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>>2026892
What am I watching here?

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It's summer here in spicland and I'm gonna walk across the countryside around my property and sharing some pictures.
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>>2026544
Butthurt trump supporter who lives in the shithole red states
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barin. whree does the fun start?
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Cool stuff OP. Wish retards didn't bait obvious bait by giving it any time of the day. Argentina?
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>>2025180

This is a really nice pic
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>>2025138
jej
I used to throw these to truckers in the highway, fun times.

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>muh field notes
>muh EDC
>muh paracord
>muh multitool
>muh fixed-blade knives
Has anyone really been far even as decided to consoom so much gear? EDC "culture" and outdoor gear consumerism truly has infested even what was probably once one of only explicitly non-consumerist hobbies there was. I recently sold a bunch of my gear dirt cheap on armslist; it wasn't even about the money, but not having it hang around and collect dust was a huge weight off my mind and ended up being worth far more to me than the money I recouped.
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>>2027134
This sounds like cope from someone incapable of saving for the future but still realizing you will work McDonald's until you get murdered by Tyronne the fry guy
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>>2027262
He's not calling carrying a knife shit he'd calling being a consoomer who has a bunch of gay $200 "edc" knives marked at consoomer shit.
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>>2027295
Struck a nerve? I’m a self employed laborer myself and half of my town already knows me so I wont be running out of work any time soon. Not that I’d want to either. Te ol’ rona might put me on vacation though, but that’s okay since I have about a years salary on my bank account.
Why would you want to stop working as soon as possible?
You either hate your work yourself or you know that you are so underqualified that you dread the idea of doing a McJob for the rest of your life and just hope that you will hit it big with crypto or some shit.
I think it’s very likely that I’ll be doing this job for as long as I’m physically able to.
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>>2027299
Exactly, you can't plan for the future because you are a 90 iq grunt and know you will work until you drop since you blow every penny you get. Nothing wrong with your coping that 40 yearolds are rich from using their brain while you are already an old geezer at 30 because you work shit jobs. At least the townies will take advantage of you and pay you $10 to scrub their toilets to keep you in weed
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>>2027038
We're all faggots here. If you like your kit and use it, that's what counts. I dropped £140 on a coat from our dear Finnish friends. A lot of posters here would say that's overpriced and I just need to layer more or fashion a cloak out of a blanket and wax it. But, I use it almost every day. It's tough, hard wearing, and cosy. It's not LARP if it's real.

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Old Thread: >>2013900

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Can anyone help tell me what’s wrong with my strawberries? I’ve been growing them indoors and recently the leaves are starting to curl and dry up
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>>2027284
https://wholelifestylenutrition.com/gardening/growing-strawberries/

Burying the crown?
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>>2027285
That might be it, is this too deep? If I remove some dirt from around the crown can I save it?
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>>2027298
Give it a try. Digging it up wont hurt and plant those two further apart
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>>2027303
>Give it a try. Digging it up wont hurt
Should I try scraping off anything that looks like rot from the crown?
> and plant those two further apart
You know, I never noticed that those were two separate plants. I guess there were two plants per container, I hope there's enough room in my container

Here is the thread where we talk about old gear that still does its job. No, it's not ultralight and we know that. Objects of discussion:

Applicable milsurp
Wool blankets
Wool clothing
External frame packs
Svea stoves and Trangia stoves
Lanterns
Stick stoves
Full tang knives with bonus points for scandi grinds
Canvas anything
Tarp tent builds
And anything /out/ists can add

First up: wool blankets. Do you still bring one?
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>>1998381
i just received a wool sweater i ordered from shetland, its made out of voe wool. its the most peculiar thing, i feel both perfectly warm and cool at the same time. Edmund Hillary wore a jumper of the same type of material when climbing everest. truly a magical garment
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>>2024309
Does this count as 'canvas anything'?
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>>2025859
Don't the jumpers catch on brambles and such? I prefer canvas jackets and even they catch on stuff.
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>>1998555
based as fuck
i have these and fox river for rucking, did a 15 mile 65 lbs ruck with the kirkland socks and had minimal blisters. only thing I hate about them is how hot they get compared to the fox rivers
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>>2025966
Where'd you get it?
A couple of years back I was after a raw wool sweater, as in the kind that repel water and are stinky and greasy. Couldn't find any at that time. Seen on on etsy since but I try and limit myself to one warm jacket-type purchase per year and I have copped other things.

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Can we talk about prepping here? The world is only getting gayer with the whole "COVID passport", and "labeling everyone the NWO doesn't like a domestic terrorist" things, so I want to start moving more 'off the grid' slowly but surely. I really have no idea where to begin though. A little on me:

>I live in the rural northeast US, so I wouldn't have to go far for land if it ever came to that
>I have a fairly good paying office job
>I just graduated uni, so not all that much money yet
>I currently live in an apartment
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>>2021953
jokes on him, he didn't know berries r a fag fruit
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>>2021836
>The world is only getting gayer
judging by your post...you are getting gayer right along with it.
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>>2026549
Berries are a easy plant to grow for a noob. If you mix primocane with floricane raspberries you can get fruit from june until frost, and your first year too. There's little to fuck up with berries. Do you even grow bro?
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>>2022941
No that's why kommandos come here and frequently make fun of you. I've seen better camping and prepping advice offhand on /k/ than here. This board is frequently outshined by a weapons board. Sad to say but just the way it is. I do like the comfy /out/ pics here though
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>>2021836
https://youtu.be/lhL5x-DSejY

This guy is my all time favorite on yt.
Don't be poor, keep yourself healthy and fit.

For me the best prep is being wealthy.
So I'm just becoming that.
Combine this with a "urban homestead", hunting und a "mustachian" lifestyle I am just confident in myself dealing with whatever life throws at me.

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/ski/ general
Reddit BTFO edition
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>>2020105
Don't get DPS! Not worth it at all. They sell factory manufactured skis at custom ski prices
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>>2026240
We dont really have powder over here, at least not like tge west coast. Im in newengland. Home of ice and more ice.
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>>2014084
I looked at your post history, and you have some serious issues to work out. The amount of homophobic, transphobic comments on your profile is seriously disgusting. I have downvoted you and recommend you seek therapy to work on your hate and anger issues.
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My ankle has finally recovered enough to ski again! Won't be able to hit it as hard but it'll still be great to go. I have 34 days in the Cottonwoods but have not been out since early January. I'm stoked to get back out again especially now that things should be a lot less bare.
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>>2027190
be safe mate, definitely feel it out slowly. you want to be able to to ski hard next season no?

Natural remedies and herbalism are usually overexaggerated or underrated, but I think most sane people can agree that certain herbs have benefits to Humans.

>Sage is good for your stomach and throat
>Saint Johns Worth is a mood stabiliser
>Marigold is antiseptic and makes great oinments
>Camomile helps against swelling, tea is calming
>Wormwood has a lot of benefits
>Cannabis, beyond recreational use, can help with chronical pain and trauma
>Poppy (Papaver Somniferum, at least) can be used as pain medication

and many more, of course.

While I was playing kingdom come deliverance (bear with me...), and looked into alchemy there, it struck me at rather realistic. Combine plants and herbs in alcohol or oils to extract whatever it is that makes the plant healthy and beneficial, making tinctures, drinks, teas and so on from them.

Are there any resources on this? An actual "alchemy" book, that describes how to extract those things and preserve them? I reckon tea is a good example of how to make herbs last basically stabally forever, but I mean like a repository of what plants to tea-a-lize, how to make creams and tinctures of certain drinks, (alcohol is often used with wormwood), what plants to mix for what diseases, and so on.

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>>2023515
OK I've read this book, this is specifically about poisonous plants / baneful herbs. It's wordy, the author likes to hear himself talk and is less a reference book than it is a collection of lore and practices surrounding the herbs.
This is a witchcraft book, nothing like a 'le wiccan spellbook' but it has a lot of folklore and history of the herbs.
Honestly though I wasn't impressed, I can find so many more books and refferences that are so much more helpful than this. Schulke is kind of a hard read as mentioned before. He uses a lot of flowery words to explain simple concepts and its so obvious he thinks he's super smart.
If you're looking for something dealing with poisonous plants that will give you recipes and things to try out this isn't it.
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>>2026615
That's what I expected from the visuals of the book cover honestly, I think the modern herbal dispensatory looks the most promising but i couldn't find it yet
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>>2022907
Macerated oil of Saint John's Worth is also good to calm down (sun)burn, itching from insect bite and small wound, it's anti inflamatory and antalgic
Skin should not be exposed to sunlight right after application tough as it is also a photosensitizer

Also Thyme is antiseptic and good to use for respiratory or digestive ailments
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>>2026697
how do you make the oil? how do you make oils in general? and cremes? I think you use beeswax for cremes which is good because i have a large constant supply of that, but oils? I'd like to use mostly self made/foraged resources
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>>2027225
macerated oil is easy to make, it's not essential oil where you have to distilate and shit, you just need to put your plant parts (aerial parts for st johns wort) in a jar, add the oil (olive oil is good) and let it soak for a while.
For st johns worth cover up the jar with a sock or something and let it sit exposed to sun for at least a month, occasionnaly open the lid and stir it up. The oil will get a red taint after a while. Then you just have to filter the plants with a clothe. If you want a cream yes beeswax is good, just heat up gently the oil and add wax, around 12g wax for 100mL oil

senpai a new month has begun. which knife will you buy this time?
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lovin the arrows
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Best affordable (under AU$100) knife for general camping/hiking use in the outback?
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>>2024627
>OK, I am evil rayciss nadsie.
Fifteen minutes ago I watched a video of a mexican sicario peel some woman's tits off. I doubt anyone here is actually shocked or appalled by your faggy tryhard antics. We just think you're pitiful and gay.
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>>2027274
I went up this reply chain a few posts and it looked like you two are both retarded and gay. Couldn't work out what exactly your positions were, admittedly it might have been cleared up if I read the whole thing.

How do you guys deal with contact lenses on camping trips?
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>>2026136
Honestly looked that up and its pretty cool, only thing I dislike is the cost.

If I'm paying half as much as LASIK I figure I might as well pay all of LASIK and just never have to worry about it again, you know?
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>>2023950
That article is pretty cool man. I get my bad eyesight from my parents and always kinda assumed it was generic for everyone and never realized that certain factors like time spent outdoors could contribute to better or worst eyesight. Guess it makes sense just never considered it.
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>>2026149
I don't trust LASIK but you do you.
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>>2023874
I wear acuvue oasis, so I only have to change mine once a month (or nine months when I am out).
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>>2026261
Do yiu seriously keep using a single pair for 9 months? Any drawbacks?

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My friend Trev, for the last 9 years he's been everywhere with me from hikes to camping and mushroom hunting.

I was told he has cancer in his spleen yesterday, best case scenario he has a year.

Were going camping at the weekend, fuck the lockdown! We were meant to do hadrians wall last year.

I'm going to make as many memories as I can before he goes, any tips on things to do?

Make the most of them people.
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>>2025613
Throw that stud a ball. Studs love balls.
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>>2025613
sorry for your lots, dogs are truly our best friends, they care more than most human trash
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>>2025613
when my great grandpa died and my great grandma decided to move into town, their farm dog moved to my grandparents farm. as all great farm dogs do it ended up getting riled up chasing a passing truck down the road, and somehow my grandparents dog got run over and died as part of the excitement. my grandpa killed my great grandparents dog then because he was angry his dog died
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>>2025613

Try pemf grab one off of bob dennis' site, at micropulse with a coupon code. I've got one for me and the doggo, electrical medicine is a field that's been supressed like a mofo and treats a shit ton of health conditions
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Make sure to respect his existance and those alike him by

using all body parts and organs to their fullest.

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Alright missing 411 skeptics. Tell me how a hunter who's crazy enough and skilled enough to hunt Tigers in Russia gets taken out in Canada.
Tl:dr
Bart Schleyer hires a guide plane into the Yukon to hunt moose. Pilot returns but Bart is a no show. Pilot nopes out.
Mounties called in and find nothing. Freinds are concerned and fly their own asses in. Find his camp intact. Food and all. Later find boat. Find a dry bag with Bart's gear, bow, and quiver set up in a spot obviously meant to call in a moose. Later find bloody hat. Call in mounties again. They find some bone fragments. Pants intact with no blood. No other clothes. His food still left. No evidence of struggle.
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>>2022970
>Pilot returns but Bart is a no show
>They find some bone fragments
How much time happened between these?
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>>2027142
Retards with big calibre rifles think that killing a predator animal from 500 yards away is a feat comparable to people killing them with spears and bows back in the day.
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>>2027142
They’re working on the tiger, it’s not dead. The dude was a wildlife biologist. Notice the tarp (to keep the tiger off the snow and make the tiger easier to position) and the people milling about in the background. The lady looks like she’s working on the tiger drawing samples and the guy is holding the tigers head up, which you have to do to an anesthetized animal so they don’t aspirate. Source: I’ve done that kind of work before on elk. Similar protocols.
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>>2023168
Because all he did was guided safaris to pose with dead tigers so he could pretend to be a outdoorsman. He then believed his own bullshit and fucked up in the wilds.
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>>2023025
>mental gymnastics
What? How is it mental gymnastics to assume a seasoned hunter wouldn't know to keep the food sealed? Or not to bring perishables? Most food people bring will be dried in some way so you don't need a cooler or anything else to keep the food from rotting or giving off a strong odor. Dude probably just went to bathe or something and slipped and cracked his head.

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Should I become a GIS Technician?
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>>2026955
I just want to be a monkey.
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>>2027001
You'll need to know some programming as a GIS tech becuse you're doing a lot of database management with no GUI, and otherwise interacting with a lot of ancient government hardware. ArcGIS isn't the only software you'll be using. Half of the shit you do involves writing your own batch scripts.

I wouldn't go into GIS unless you've got a job lined up already, or else are entering a training program with guaranteed employment. Hiring cycles are few and far between.
Also the few employers who are hiring for GIS want multidisciplined generalists to replace a whole team of dead or retired old dudes. You're going to need to brush up on cartography, graphic design, civil engineering, et cetera.
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>>2026968
This. Jesus fuck why can’t they make it at least somewhat intuitive and data entry friendly. Would also be great if they didn’t piece the code together with chewing gum and duct tape.
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>>2026955
Do you like arcane error messages that may as well be in Esperanto and googling problems only to find pages and pages of people saying “same?”
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if you enjoy spending all your time sat indoors infront of a computer sure




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