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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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Have any of you guys ever ran into a bear, rattle snakes, big cats, or any other hostile animals on the trail? What was your experience? And how did you resolve it?
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>>2179602
I dunno man, the fucking migrants are getting pretty up there.
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>>2172171
encountered an arctic black bear once
>working in arctic circle
>cook breakfast forever
>so many eggs
>so much flour
>milk
>don't have to clean the deep fryer because I'm the sole breakfast cook and if I leave someone has to shoulder my lone hell shift
>no one wants that
>am the hardest
>not cooking breakfast
>it's my day off
>smoking menthols on employee housing porch
>black bear runs up to our "grease trap"
>it's a 50 gallon steel drum

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>>2172171
Saw a black person hiking once. That's about it.
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>>2172171
solo encounter with a black bear just outside valdez, ak
i was sitting by the river, and that little fucker came straight towards me, i held up my chair and a big ass rock.
he got up on his hind legs then scattered off into the woods
wish i had a gun,
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>>2172171
working in my hoop house, probably weeding in between eggplants or something. a coyote peeks its head in the entrance and looks at me, then walks away

#402-“Spinnerbaits!” 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!
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https://imgur.com/a/1Xw3N

New Bong Fishin Guide
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First for best telescopic rod is the one you exchanged for a 3pc.

Talk about fishin
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Me? Overcrowded and cluttered tackle box? No I would never!
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>>2180306

hey canada bros. i've been approved a visa to go live and work in canada and wondered if there's anywhere you guys would recommend checking out for places to live?
>30 year old boomer currently in london uk
>enough savings to move and get settled
>should be employable (marketing background)
>previously lived in toronto, and have driven across the country to vancouver
>want to live close to nature and go hiking and camping. i can handle a city during the week if it means i can fuck off at the weekends
>strongly considering calgary. vancouver seems far too expensive. toronto's too distant from decent outdoors from what i remember.
anywhere else i should be looking at?
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>>2180062
>Said the urbanite soi consuming redditor faggot from toronto with a bad case of bitch times and castration levels of estrogen.

Lmao
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>>2179761
In the Atlantics the land is cheep and the game is good.
Not a lot of shitskins either.
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I remember a while back on pol there was a Canada is collapsing general where they were posting pics of $30 bags of milk and claiming Canada's economy is collapsing.

Living cost is very affordable(excluding rent) in most populated areas but the farther out you go like Yukon, NW territories, even northern BC shit gets expensive fast.
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>>2179761
Western Canada is the best if your into out. Avoid the big cities as they cost a lot. Small towns are the best
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>>2180270
suck on my bitch tits , bottom boi

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Is Clay going to get B& for killing a grizz?
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Why no episode today? Or is my cable box guide lying to me.
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>>2177075
Oh, whoops.
Episodes June 10, 17, 24 & July 1, 8, 22 & August 5, 8

August 19: Season Finale + 1 special episode at 9:00 pm PT / 11:00 pm ET
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>>2176819
hi, you need - multiple - shotgun SLUGS (the fat solid projeticle that would mush your organs) to stop a grizzly. Imagine fighting a dinosaur with a revolver. Itll eat you, just in an angrier manner than usual
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>>2177075
bumping thread to last til then
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>>2178045
or a good knife and a bad attitude
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hugh_Glass

Post cool locations and photos from anywhere in the wonderful state of New Jersey.
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>>2178836
Had to google it but
>Deciduous tree
I don't see why it shouldn't unless it's fruiting season begins late and requires warmer temps

Also found this article:
https://ediblejersey.ediblecommunities.com/eat/pawpaws-0
Basically confirms that idea, as the fruit ripens between septermber and october. First frost begins around mid october.
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>>2178836
> I drove all the way to Lancaster county PA last year to get some (3 hours from me)
fuck you new jersey niggers i will slash your tires if i see you here again

Yes they grow in J*rsey, check inaturalist they will have the locations mapped out. Pawpaws like heavily forested areas close to river banks, but not right on the water.

They grow in the sourlands near cattail brook, in your toxic waste dump of a state containment zone.
They also grow in Timber Creek Park in Camden, and Mercer County /Rosedale park near princeton.

https://wildplantculture.com/home/2016/10/6/featured-plant-pawpaw
https://www.nj.com/south-jersey-towns/2015/05/pawpaw_picking_difficult_in_so.html

If you're a south J*rsey nigger, they also grow in fairmont park in filthadelphia, there's a few dedicated trees by the jap garden. That's a guaranteed spot if you don't want to actually search for them. And filthadelphia is basically new jersey already, both geographically and culturally.

https://www.inquirer.com/philly/food/pawpaws-north-america-largest-native-fruit-recipe-20180920.html
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>>2179069
your state has more niggers that jersey, stay mad
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>>2173711
There was and still may be a dead dog in one of the bunkers at Sandy Hook.
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Sourlands Mountain Preserve yellow trail. Not my pic since I'm phoneposting and can't resize mine.

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USDA Hardiness Zone Map: https://planthardiness.ars.usda.gov/PHZMWeb/
Koppen Climate Map: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/f/fb/K%C3%B6ppen_World_Map_High_Resolution.png

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>>2180284
transplants will bloom and set peppers later due to a brief shock period, you can get around this by using peat pots or cowpots, since the roots can grow straight through those
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what are some companion planting that actually works
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>>2180283
>haarp/chemtrails
Didn't they say that they are spraying you with aluminum to reflect back the sun rays and "cool" the planet manually? That' and better reception for their radio?
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are there any decent big box store (america) potting mixes/soils and fertilizers that contain ZERO animal or insect products/byproducts
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>>2180297
Why would you want that? worm castings are great for plants

ITT post your favorite/current watch you use while outdoors.
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>>2179679
Seethe more boomer
My casio is better than any shitty watch you will ever have
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>>2179668
This one is solar powered.about $100. Not that I disagree, ,I don't know why anyone would want a battery powered watch when there are solar ones. Mechanical is its own thing
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>>2178162
Yesssssss vostok chad, I wear mine when I'm /out/ kayaking fishing or swimming in the ocean, when it won't get beat up as much as when I'm innawoods and wearing my G shock. I have the classic scuba dude dial.
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>>2180264
eh to be honest I wasn't too impressed with it. I found the free spinning bezel feels really cheap and unpleasant,and the case shape is ugly as fuck. I might end up selling it if I ever see anything better but 38mm dive watches with Arabic hour markers are so fucking rare it's unreal.
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Any watch recs with an altimeter and a barometer?

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We really should have started our intentional community a few years ago guys.
Prices have really spiked and costs will likely be twice what they were before.
Should we wait it out and hope prices come down or should we buy something now while we can still afford at least a mediocre plot of land?
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>>2179765
this is the reason why they play that show of his on pbs, he was one of the "club" (i.e.a gay). have you ever seen anybody else like this guy on pbs? no? you never wondered why?
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>>2176712
Stop leaching empathy away from functional adult men who got fucked over parasite, saddling even a whore with your defective seed would be an act of degeneracy.
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>>2180232
Why so angry ?
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>>2180272
>genetic defectives ruining something meant to help good men who tried to be good fathers and providers find peace after being broken.
why shouldn't I be?
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>>2180286
>ruining something meant to help good men who tried to be good fathers
What are you talking about?
What is being ruined?

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What kind of /out/ jobs won't/are unlikely to require the covid vaccine?
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>>2178317
>we won't have to wear masks.
I don't have to do anything
>You are actively making my life harder.
Good
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>I DON'T HAVE TO DO ANYTHING
>GOOD
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>>2180234
Ill take that as a yes then
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>>2180255
>believes jews actually exist
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>ILL TAKE THAT AS A YES THEN

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On sunday I fucked up and ended up touching some giant hogweed with the back of my hands. I didn't even know about this plant until I woke up this morning with a long blister forming where it scratched me, and its gotten worse and more painful throughout the day.

I'm pretty sure I've gotten off easy as I have one large blister on one hand, and a tiny blister on the other, but don't have anything on my legs or on my arms. I do have a couple rashes on my legs and on my arms, but hopefully that's just standard irritation and not from the hogweed.

Any of you have any experiences with this plant? What am I in for here? Lesson learned: wear pants, wear long sleeves, don't touch plants you can't identify.

captcha: 404YY
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No but I got bit on the nut by a mosquito twice now. If you are wearing shorts or light pants and crouching it pulls them taunt over your balls which gives mosquitos a chance to go drilling. Hope that saves another anon from an involuntary suqq.

“We encourage you to have a look around the catalog first to see what we’re all about before posting your first thread”Edition

This is essentially a QTDDTOT thread, and the dedicated LARP thread. Post your infographics in here, talk about homesteading in here, LARP and pretend you’ll actually go /out/ at some point here.
Stop shitting up /out/.
Topics include:
Homesteading
Survival/Prepping/SHTF
“Going /out/ for the first time”
“I am thinking/planning/looking to…”
“How do I get started doing…”
“Doing x activity for the first time…”
Previous Thread: >>2120502
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I understand this is exactly the right place, but then again nowhere really is, so I'll just do it here. I have a feeling shit will hit the fan sometime, could be years, could be days, so I want to have a contigency plan for evacuation, here are the facts:
>live in a city, somewhat small, have a car, can get onto a highway fairly quickly.
>Have a huge stache of bottled water, not much food
>Have yet detailed the escape plan, but I have a rough sketch mapped out in my head
If any anon feels like larping or otherwise, I'd appreciate the help.
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>>2179589
this isnt*
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Where can I find a group to go /out/ in excursions? No, I don't use FB
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>>2164925
I enjoy going out into the Mojave to LARP as a new Vegas cowboy
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How do I find game recipes that arent 5 paragraphs if marsha stewart bullshit without browsing boomer survival forums? For example any squirrel recipe could be shortented to like a single fucking sentence.

"Crock pot on high w vegetables for 6 hours"
Or
"brine then fry on medium with egg and flower" Somehow gets turned into a 300 page novel on the battle of new orleans and growing up in rural idaho. I want to backwoods white trash cook a racoon without even fucking seeing the word "braise" and its far more difficult to find than I would like. Im hunting for subsistence and don't have 6 spare hours to spare on this homemakers magazine bullshit.

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There are too many garbage larp threads on /out/ right now
Prove that you actually go outside by posting a pic from your most recent /out/ing, and rate other people's campsites


>inb4 b-b-but i don't have any pictures
see pic related, larpers please fuck off
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>>2179921
domt call, theyll lock you up and drugvyou until you confess to liking the world again.
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picture related
pidgeons are the best outdoor animal besides me
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>>2180249
going outside is LARPing, going outside and enjoying things is the Biggest LARP.
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>>2180251
also I'm transkitzo if that means anything.
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Answer:
>where at
>how far from civilization
>what you expect to face on your trip
>what firearm you take with you

Also any interesting stories of going /out/ with a firearm?
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>>2179691
maybe stop being a onions and lift some weights.
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>>2180190
Agreed
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>>2170854
Fuck off back to /pol/ nazi
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>>2170854
based
>>2180279
cringe
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>>2180280
>defending the retard spreading /pol/ bullshit to unrelated boards
Go shit up /b/ or something, I like shooting innawoods as much as everyone else and but I used to be involved in racist groups before I knew better and I've seen how they prey on young guys on the internet. Fuck off with that man

I’m going on my first solo road trip with my dogs to the Rockies tomorrow. I wanna hike mount elbert at some point. Would that be too strenuous for an 8 year old medium sized dog? Would elevation change be too much. I’m a retard so word nicely please
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>>2180245
It's possible but I wouldn't even bother attempting it. You would have to get a harness for something as small as and as wriggly as a cat, and then keep their harness leashed up all the time. I imagine if you got them used to this as a kitten, they would adapt to it, but good luck trying to teach a five year old cat to wear a harness and be restrained on walks.
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Don't worry the dog will outlast you by miles with all the gear you would be wearing (depending on the length of the trip obviously).

However the dogo will be so excited it could potentially strain its body too much and this has happened to me (dog had similar age). I even had to take a day off from walking because of it.

So my advice is take a long leash and limit the running so that the dog can last the whole trip. Be smart about the water situation. When you go for fetching wood for a fire never let your dog follow you in elevation also happened to me. When you parkour elevation chain your dog because the chances of the dogo slipping of the hillside are just too big when they get excited.

Lastly give it a sturdy necklace with a metal container containing your phone number. Again depending on the length of the hike.
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>>2180253
For clarity I mean very steep elevation; when you leave the trail at night to fetch some wood in some very rough terrain. Normal elevation on the trail is no problem for them.
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>>2180245
depends how much your cat likes you I suppose, but probably an awful idea
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>>2180245
>>2180248
>>2180274
I know a wook who has taken his cat hiking up a few of the easier ADK mountains more than several times. Idk how. I have very well behaved cats and the hate the outdoors and just cyclone on harnesses




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