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>>2371933
>Proving that you don't go outdoors
Nice.
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>>2371868
get the square packets and put them in a lunch box, cook in pot
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>>2371872
it's cute, and evokes a nostalgic and warm feeling in my stomach. i already have to life a normal adult life, and anime lets me imagine something different.
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>>2347420
Fuck, that store sells actual good merch

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Is there a more legendary knife?
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>>2370607
112 is my favourite. Nice choice, Anon.
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>there are people on this board who've never held a 110
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>>2372055
>by choice
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>>2353786
>hand guard bowie
>U.S. buckle
Thats a CSA knife, son.
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>>2372060
>and the Devil laughs
>>2372055
Nothing against the 110 but the 112 is more comfy to carry, unless you have large hands.

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what is the best sock/croc combo?
I really like crocs for portaging, and base camp, but I dont find them comfortable in bare feet.
what are good socks that dry quickly, can be worn without footware, and dont sag off your feet when wet?
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>>2370194
yeah but they are super comfy, easy to slip on, clean, and dont look any gayer than sandles with socks.
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Easy on...easy off
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No socks, like a chad!
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>>2372121
HAHA!
Fatty!
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>>2370128
they feel nasty when wet, and are too thick to slide into crocs. i need thin socks

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what is the best state for /out/ing and why is it NC?
>mountains
>and beaches
>nice trails
>nice parks
>hot summer. cold winter. lovely fall and spring. Truly four seasons
>hazgunz state with great hunting
>urbanite faggots stay in their containment zones. Only true /out/ists venture beyond the concrete jungle
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Burke County reporting in
>fuck Asheville
now we may continue the thread
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the best /out/ in NC is going /out/ of the state.
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>>2370753
>best Carolina
Burn Asheville to the ground and I’ll willingly surrender the title to you
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>>2372318
What about all the other cities desperately clinging to their "southernness" as they're overtaken by liberal coasties?
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>>2372320
Hopefully burning Asheville to the ground will be enough of an example. If not, there’s always more fire to go around.

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Thinking of buying this milsurp. Guy who runs the site says it is functionally used. Thoughts? I know nothing about backpacks
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>>2364019
>Yank uses only yank shit for 15 years
>has an opinion on British kit

Why?
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>>2363687
Weed has negative and harmful side affects.
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>>2364153
You can also buy the frames directly from rothco
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>>2371027
>sees an opinion on surplus kit
>assumes it applies specifically to bri'ish
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i love milsurp

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>Quit job to take care of dying relative, lots of free time
>Want to do something good to help other people
>Tons of experience with glaciers and caves especially
>Hey I know! I'll volunteer for search & rescue!
>They wanted to charge me almost $1000 for a zoom class before I can apply
lol just lmao sorry next guy who gets stuck on a mountain out here
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>>2372157
I have lots of experience fucking women but thet still charge me
Also
>volunteer work
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>>2372157
>not already familiar with SAR before applying
>SAR doing Zoom classes
I'm not sure who is more fucked up in this story.
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>>2372291
Yeah anyone in medic related shit gets boned in certs and classes. Those jobs need to pay more

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>teleports on your skin
Hehe nothing personnel, kid.
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>>2372169
I use effitix on my dogs and it seems to work pretty good. You can get it from chewy.com
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>>2372169
My border collie is short hair, I find the ticks quick.
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>>2371807
I found 16 yesterday alone
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>>2372169
get chickens and let them free range.
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>>2372289
I have 50 chickens free ranging. They do good but they in no way solve the issue.

How would you describe the outdoors, in general?
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>>2371961
Stop avatarfagging.
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>>2371964
>get banned for avatarfagging frogs
>starts calling other people "avatarfags" without knowing what it means
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Stressful.
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>>2371911
I grew up around Carolinian forest. Later I moved north. I thought the same way at first. It took me some time to properly appreciate the conifers.
The Boreal forest is the last great forest in the world.
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>>2372008
How?

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What to do about people stealing the food you're growing, and how to handle those situations.

This is obviously an issue for more urban gardeners, but I'm sure rural folks have issues too. Especially given our current outlook of food shortages.
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>>2369554
Shoot them.
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I don't live around brown people so I've never had this problem
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>>2369554
Shoot them. Alternatively you can beat them with a 2x4 while you wait on the cops to show up and arrest them. If niggers need to steal food to eat they can go steal from the multi-billion dollar a year profit supermarket down the street.
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>>2371472
>>2371198
>>2369603

see >>2370179
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Remember the late shift office food thief ?
This is going to happen like that
All your veg are belong to us

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What does it actually take to learn to survive in the wilderness indefinitely? I'm a city retard who never leaves their apartment so I wouldn't even know where to begin.
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>>2366234
Start with camping - learn to set up a tent, start a fire, cook something simple over one weekend. Then move up to a week - that will bring in new challenges. Then learn foraging, fishing, hunting, trapping, building shelters. Then do all these, but in the winter, which is a whole different issue entirely. As you do these things you'll learn more and more and understand what you are capable of and if you keep at it, in a couple of years you will know exactly when you're actually capable of actually surviving long term. It's possible, but the road is long and you have to really commit, otherwise you either quit or become another missing hiker who thought he can cut it in the forest with a tarp and a swiss army knife.
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>>2366234
Gun
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>>2371355
Then, after doing just a few of these things, realize what real problems are. Realize how cushy your life is. Realize that being afraid of talking to women or getting a job or whatever it is you're running from isn't near as hard as what you thought "the easy life" was.
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>>2366234
Surviving in the wilderness "indefinitely" is called homesteading anon. Requires farming skill, animal husbandry, carpentry, bit of engineering know-how and a wide skillbase of things we just don't really do in the modern era anymore.
Self sufficiency is what people a couple hundred years ago did when they packed up everything they had into a couple of Conestogas and plopped somewhere where the dirt was black and the rain was regular and built a home.
Having a community though is ultimately the end goal.
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>>2366234
It means you know how to hunt. Only a couple kills can keep a man alive all year.

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I've recently gotten a bonsai (Dwarf Japanese Garden Juniper) and want to keep alive as long as possible. Two problems with that: I live in a desert, and I've only ever taken care of succulents. Where do I start?

I've found a spot for it that gets a LOT of very indirect light but is out of the sun; it's shaded by a slat roof and sits in a corner just out of reach of direct sunlight, so I think I should be fine on that front.

So far, I've figured out that I need a soil mixture that will retain water but not be soggy, and to err more on the side of clay soil than sandy soil. Is this correct? Will coco coir be a decent additive to keep water in there and prevent it from drying out? I have some akadama which I was planning to mix with some gravel and clay soil from my yard (since, well, desert - plenty of clay soil here)

>inb4 google it
I don't want to find yet another decade-old forum full of elitists shitposting about how it's not a Real Bonsai if you don't use 100% materials exclusively from Japan
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Semi related to OP but I have this long leaf pine I’m trying to grow indoors. I figure the taproot is pretty long so I got it a 3 ft deep pot. It’s in my 1 bed room apt rn and I just dumped some fertilizer and garden soil at the bottom and filled the rest with sand. I put more sand and decayed matter at the top. I don’t know if it’ll stay alive but I pulled it from a fresh fire line so I figure it’s fucked either way
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>>2370069
pines are very sensitive. it will probably die. you are better off finding a very tiny one and transplanting it into a pot without disturbing the roots at all. don't keep it indoors. keep it outside in the sun.
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>>2370069
It will die without winter cold.
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>>2370069
>long leaf pine in a pot
I have a long leaf. It's about 80 feet tall and 4 feet in diameter.
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I had a bonsai that I got from IKEA like 8 years ago. Took great care of it. Left for work out of town for a month and asked my girlfriend to just give it a spritz of water and set by the window once a week. Came back to this withered black thing because she “forgot” about it despite it being on the kitchen table where she sets her purse. I hate women. It was like losing a child.

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What would I find if I went deep into one of these?
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>>2370137
https://youtu.be/8-grUhHRq2o
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>>2362322
sewer pickles
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>>2362322
You'd find that it fills to the top when it rains and you forgot to check the weather forecast
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>>2362322
>hey, who the heck is this guy and what's he doing in our sewer?
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>>2362336
some kind of Gas monitor to detect for dangerous gas mixtures or lack of oxygen content.
unhealthy concentrations of certain gases can settle down inside those places because enclosed, space, lack of ventilation, etc.

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post the most recent photo you took from last time you were /out/
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>>2371382
Love it. Reminds me of the Catskills..
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>>2365577
Not him but can I hit you up to go rowing down Big River from say Enochs Point to Lake Eildon? I'm an inexperienced rower but it's not a deep river
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>>2371484
Oh man, I checked on the maps, it looks kinda like Finland. Very envious, very.
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>>2372056
There are 250,000 lakes in Ontario.
4000 over 3 square km
15 over 400 square km

I grew up around the Greats, so to me a lake is "freshwater I can't see across." However there are hundreds of lakes well worth seeing, not to mention the rivers!
Pic related - the mighty and mysterious Ottawa River.
Oh crap, pic limit reached :(
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>>2356928
based. in NÖ bei mir gibts nur den wienerwald leider.

Good evening anons. I’ve been trying to put together a survival/prep kit because society has been progressively been going to shit at an exponential rate, and i think there is a good chance everything could collapse by the end of the decade. Any recommendations on brands of freeze dried or other long-lasting preserves.

I am trying to make a kit that I would be able to survive off of for roughly a year. I want to buy lots of freeze dried chicken, powdered milk, and rice atm, as well as multivitamins. Im also considering buying a small solar panel and a small distillery to purify water. Im mainly looking for the cheapest brands so I can buy in bulk. Any other food recommendations? I am having trouble finding alot of nonperishables because I have wheat egg, S-O-Y, and other bean allergies.

If anybody has any books on small farming they recommend Id also beinterested. Any recommendations on traps/hunting rifles would also be appreciated, there are lots of rabbits and deer in the midwest.
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>>2369686
Corona was a scam to physically and spiritually enslave us.
Why are you pretending otherwise?
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>>2369691
>Yes we could say it was all bullshit but it nevertheless functions as a test run for a fairly predictable prep situation.

Read the preface.
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>>2369622
This.
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>>2369622
Preference cascade spares no system
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What do you expect to do with some canned food and a rifle?
Go find a comunity. Go ecofarming. Go learn actual usefull skills for your comunity.

That idea of surviving a colapse just shooting people and looting for a couple of weeks its almost childish. I think its bc of that usa indivitualistic values from the colonial era.

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General thread or whatever.
Okay so I have this leef 0 degree sleeping bag which works well. I actually slept in it in the summer in Illinois and it was pretty warm, I had to have it open. I'm going to Utah in the summer (late July) should I even bother taking this? I know the desert can get cold at night but would a 3 season bag keep me just as warm?
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>>2371674
>I have no personal experience with it
goddamn fuckin larpers
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>>2371616
>>2371253

I run a Softie 6 for 2 seasons and a sleeper expedition for the nippier 2, both are pretty damn good quality although I did lose the pullcord on my sleeper and have to spend an age fishing it out.

Not had any experience with their elite series, but if it's anything like there others I don't think you can go wrong.
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>>2371195
You are such a stupid faggot, did you even think about the irrelevant point you tried to make? in any case found a good amount of them,
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>>2369163
you save cost by having to spend 1 time for 3 different bags for 3 different situations,
you lose value when you realize the weight couldve been saved had you just bought one sleeping bag for the purpose of what you want
TNF one bag is the utilitarian choice
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>>2371674
stacking sleeping bags seems like it would make them less efficient, the second bag will compress the inner one reducing its loft, army systems probably use them because the can issue one set for simplicity that goes all year and who cares if its not the most efficient it'll toughen the soldiers up, is my guess




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