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>See neat camp stove on Varusteleka.
>Say they will not ship to U.S.
>Look into it further and see all of their woodstoves cannot be shipped to U.S.
Why? If there's import restrictions on woodstoves, it's news to me.

Pic related.
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the are on the german amazon store, ships to US. search "savotta stove site:amazon.de" on google
In some places, woodstoves are regulated for safety and exhaust pollution level. I dunno if that's the case with this one but that might be what the seller is afraid of.
buy tinsnips and sheet metal, you can make one in 30 mins
an American will do two things, sue you, or shoot you, the civilized world would rather not deal with that
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Just go to the nearest cnc shop and ask them to cut you one you absolute consoomer

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Anyone else here a landscaper? or related job...
How large is your operation in terms of employees, equipment?
How many hours a week do you put in, how seasonal is it in your area?
How much do you charge, what do you take home yearly?
What do you try to do or what knowledge do you have that puts you ahead of your competitors?

Seem like a pretty /out/ career
I want to get a landscaping job but nobody around here hires part timers and I don't know enough to start my own company yet
I built a retaining wall once.
Been interested in this too. Found a youtube channel that goes over what it takes to start a landscaping business a few weeks back--his content is helpful and extensive. He's fat too, so if he can do it, so can you
You just gotta find someone that needs some help around their place. Then ask them if they have friends of family you can get referred to. Connections are really key for starting this work.

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I found this moth in my cabinet in Waco, Texas. Was hoping someone here could help me ID it?
That is a big motherfucker, is what it is.
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body is about 3 inches long (New pic that shows color better)
/an/ would help you better
Looks like a type of hawk moth
I think thats a Laothoe populi (indeed a type of hawk moth).

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I like tents. More than other gear, to a strange degree. I can get into packs and boots, but for some reason the principles and execution of tent design gets me really stoked. I don't know why.
Is there any gear that you are really into?

ps. this is not a shill thread. Sa_____a fags keep out.
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No one is saying hammocks suck or don't work dude. We're just saying the versatility in pitching is generally reduced. You rely on trees to pitch, tents rely on the ground. This has nothing to do with how much we like hammocks. Stop being retarded.
Oh boy, another great thing is when you run with the clothes in a bundle, holding the hot stove in no-can-do's and rifle on your back while some other poor guy carries the tent, just so that you can get out of the area fast enough to evade the pursuers. I still get vietnam tier flashbacks whenever someone whispers "IRTI" in to my ear during night.
Yes those are essentially military tents and designed for company or platoon sized groups accommodations, and they are transported in to the campsites with logistical trucks.
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What are your favourites? What features do you like?
>hammock camping
Don’t think it’s a good idea here. Went camping once overnight with my mum when we got to a place late and couldn’t check in caravan park, just pitched a tent down a back road in country town. One of the trees came down in the wind near us. Trees falling and branches falling are a higher risk here.

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What's the best I can get for $100? Military surplus?
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>Military surplus?

I have 4 pairs of these and love them. Can confirm that here in PA they are great all year. Have many, many hikes under my belt with them. A little shoe grease to keep the water out and some replacement laces keep these going for years with use once a week. Wish they were still $30 new though.
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I just ordered these for ~$120, mostly cause I like the look and they seem to be very light and nimble which I very much look for in a boot. I've had Under Armour shoes before and they fit me really well. Anyone else had them?
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no but i've owned a couple of UA trainers and they're comfy as shit. makes me consider getting these as theyre waterproof
I'm not buying yoir FUCKING shoes unless a concerted effort is made in keeping the toe box wide and unabated.

It matters 0% how "comfy" you think they are if you're slowly crippling yourself by smushing your toes for the sake of aethetics.

This is why I only purchase Altra from now on. I want healthy feet when I'm 80. I literally own three Altras: one for hiking, one for running, and one for every day going to work.

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Comfy thread. Post comfy outdoor pictures.
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chicken edition
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Wrong. This looks old as fuck
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What is that?
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It's a giant p. cubensis Not sure exactly what veriety. It's leucistic. White cap, but colored gills and spores. It's VERY potent. I made a half gram chocolate with some of it. It's one of the strongest mushrooms I've tried so far.

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NGMI General …
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>Forgot to mention, I am tranny
Then I'd assume you'd be used to severing snakes
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>all these posters worried because someone brought their camp snake
Lol. I wouldn't. I've moved moved plenty of snakes. Long stick and shoo it along.
>fucking audiophiles
Thats a whole lot of snek.

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For discussion of entrenchment tools, small shovels, the multitool of digging equipment. Cold steel a'fixed, Hungarian flippy boys, the US market day M-1943 specials, oh my !
Please post your e-tools, questions and discussions on such tools, and your general appreciation of the life such equipment provides you.
Created because of a hearty interest in small, multi-use tools for /out/ activities.
Previous thread; limit reached: >>2276771
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Deadass no reason to bring an e-tool anywhere. Way too much weight for the amount of use they get. If you're really so scared of using a stick to dig a hole in for poopin, just bring a trowel.
It is a fair point, as long as people don't respond to it more than other posts.
A trowel is good, yes, for digging small holes for such activities- but some people while out do more digging than that, and a trowel is too small for that use. Extended stay. And during that, they might need to whack a few branches, which the shovel does better too.
They both have a role, and even in the garden I find myself using an e-tool for most of the work since its small enough to dig smaller holes but can carry substantial amounts of dirt when I need to fill them back up
and when whacking thru actual roots, which a trowel cannot do
I scrub my tools after every use, still pristine. Learned it from contractors that did my floors.
Interesting, show us.

Is this the worst state for /out/? It's literally all just corn fields.
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There are flatter places, i'm sure, but the place is basically a big wind funnel. It's kinda great.

Also, WyoTech is there, so it attracts DieselBro trucks like mad.
>Weirdly hard for a white Canadian citizen to get citizenship though.
yeah you basically have to marry for it, or get a sponsored job (read: you have to be worth it for a company to pay you extra money to sponsor you)

It's easy to get a non-immigrant visa (student visa, TN worker visa), so you can live in the states and buy gunysand stuff, but those will not help your chances at a getting a greencard or citizenship at all
Yup, I looked into it. I would have an easier time heading over to my father's home country and renaturalizing into Germany. But fuck that to be honest, place seems like a degenerate shithole and mostly city.
Canada isn't a horrid place to live, it could be ideal if the government would just leave us the fuck alone, just the worst nanny state next to the UK or Australia. That said, there are many off grid people out west that avoid all that.
At least I have top tier out territory to keep enjoying.
Iowa has lots of great places, which are all private. No outsiders allowed
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Ohio is just the worst at everything
Even the couple camps there are filled with shitty over walked paths and thorn bushes

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What are some good /out/ related videos?
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that's the wrong logo
I like homemade wanderlust for her hiking videos.
Primitive technology always manages to keep my attention by making large projects seem simple and doable.
Deep South Homestead is a great carpenter and handyman and he's just a little bit doomer crazy which I like. His cabin build video helped me build my shed.
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I've shown you mine, now show me yours
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gnaw ledge
How much baby blood did it cost him

waterproof and bullshit-proof

Why do fish like cheese? How did they even get the taste for it?
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Literally yes. The absolute lowest intelligence of any animal, the only animal dumber is you of course.
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Rare pepe
We put chicken liver on our fishing rods and sat at the edge of the ocean luring the crabs in and when they grabbed the bait we put them in a cooler and had them for dinner
Not him but I tie a chicken drumstick on a rope, tie it to a peer, wait a while, then slowly lift it up until it's almost to the surface, there will be crabs latched onto it so you just take a net and scoop them up

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Post your recent hauls and recipes anons

>you DO know how to find your own food innawoods, don't you /out/?
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I didn't know jack-in-the-pulpit were edible. I see them often but they're normally much smaller than that.
They aren't edible. The corms can be made edible if properly prepared in a long and drawn out process to reduce toxicity, but the plant as it grows is poisonous and only brings agonizing pain and potentially death.
I should clarify that this is
which grows in the US, and not
which grows in Europe, although both are called jack-in-the-pulpit, and I believe both are edible if properly prepared, and toxic if not.
Mayapple is so delicious when you can keep it away from squirrels.
>Mayapple is so delicious when you can keep it away from squirrels.
this, if you're lucky to get them when they're just ripe but before the bugs get to them, they're delicious

reminds me a lot like passionfruit, even the way you eat it too with the seeds and pulp inside

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Man, i went from northern NY top northern CO and thought you guys had it easy af.
Where the fuck are you? The snow is melting on every road so far.
Way to out yourself fag
Solar wind makes the air wind we are used to blow
Also earth was spinning the fastest on record during 2020 and when it would slow down in a nonlinear fashion certain spikes may cause wind due to inertia
Damn, you got absolutely blown the fuck out.

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