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I found this Buddhist site while marching through the woods in Virginia
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>>2466562
Near Nelson? Probably Ligmincha related. Good people.
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>>2466562
>buddhist
you mean stoners
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>>2467711
my friend explained some people are trying to renew with the old celtic beliefs, very based
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>>2467731
Extremely based and ancestor-pilled. I don't take pictures of my religious activities innawoods, but I do something similar. You can also find plenty of sites that are hundreds to thousands of years old innawoods or in fields across Europe. Reject modernity, embrace tradition.
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Hello anons, what do you do when alone /out/ camping, usually I'm so tired from walking I just go to sleep when it's night.
What about ya'll? is there anything you like to do when camping alone in the woods at night?

#ThreadDiedForThis
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>ya'll
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>>2466646
'Bout them beans?
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>>2466497
Going /out/ is usually a social activity for me.

If I'm with my wife then we'll play some chess or backgammon, watch the stars, maybe read a bit and usually fuck. She likes lakes and waterfalls so we'll usually spend some time swimming.
If there's a group then we'll play some cards, have a few beers and talk some shit.
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>>2466497
read a book
do some crossword puzzles
tend fire, stare deeply into it
cook, ideally via the fire
star gaze/astrophotography
whittle
drink lightly

Another thread has me thinking that I might get a slingshot, so maybe target practice
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>>2466839
*thos beans

Moving to the blue ridge mountains. I want to take up deer hunting (rifle). I have a bit of experience hunting deer in the Midwest, but not a lot. Any considerations I need to take into account for hunting in the mountains? What kind of rifle would you suggest for this environment? What’s the hunting pressure like on public land in these parts?
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>>2466554
>What kind of rifle would you suggest for this environment?
30-30 lever action is the most popular rifle for this environment
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You will need .50 BMG at the minimum
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>>2466828
Oh no not a black bear
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Remington 7600 pump action rifle in .30-06 is the preferred ridge reaper deer gun.
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>>2466554
.308 is a good balance. Cuts through brush but also has reach in an open field.

Daylilies
Let's Discuss
Culture, hybridizing, selling, digging, shipping. etc
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gorgeous, but I feel this would do better in /an/ because you're focusing on a genus of plants and their cultivation and care as opposed to general outdoorsing.

hemerocalliscan be entirely grown inside of an artificial structure, so this really isn't relevant to /out/ as much as you think it is.
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i don't have much to add except to say i like daylillies a lot. Good perennial, low maintenance, easily divided, very pretty.. mediocre pollinator score but 8/10 would definitely have many varieties in my garden
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I have some.
Well, a lot.
I inherited property from my grandmother.
Her and I "clicked" so I got the house.
Part of it was my interest in plants and animals so I know what some of this stuff is.
Buy they're bit blooming right now
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In spite of all the positives of day lilies I dislike them because of thier over-use. To me they have to much of a commercial, soulless connotation attached to them at this point
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>>2467217
It's sad that your appreciation for a flower has been tainted by your view on popularity. Not my all time favorite flower, but I do love them. One of my favorite things about them though is how delicious they are. Many flowers are edible, but most have strong perfumy flavors. Daylilly flowers are delicate and delicious like sweet buttery lettuce and the unopened podshave a lovely little crunch to them. Watching someone try it for the first time and seeing their eyes open in amazement never gets old.

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Its been awhile.
Ill keep posting as long as their is interest
Also will answer some questions.
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>>2462162
You can still tell stories and give people advice after you stop though.
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>>2459618
I never been in these threads before, but I'm sure they're probably all trolls.
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>>2459138
Not him but I'm probably psychotic and deranged and I like it... Sadly I'm too smart to do anything crazy and dumb :(
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>>2455863
I’ve been in a mine just outside off Jacksonville Oregon it’s one of the one,s that’s off the trails & not sealed off the entrance was about five feet wide & a foot and a quarter tall I had to shimmy my way in on my back. it had a little less than knee deep water it was visibly full of natural arsenic, & mercury from the gold floating process & various molds & bacteria growing on the surface of the water I went in without a respirator because I’m a retard who knows what I got now. Super sketchy it’s all sandstone Oregon’s mines are notoriously dangerous because of that collapse piles everywhere but surprisingly no tunnels were cut off only the vertical shafts I couldn’t get to because they were either up where I was not willing to risk a climb or flooded full of water. If I can find my pictures I’ll post them tomorrow.
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>>2467520
I'd like to see the pics I hate wet mines. That's a reason I stay away from Northern Idaho

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About to buy a surplus Bundeswehr 30 l rucksack
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>>2467943
>pic
this is how my proposed special operations branch of the park service would deal with litterers. take your stupid disposable water bottle with you you stupid niggers!
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>>2468039
Breaching operations to give people back their trash kek?
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>>2468039
Could also just do it from a distance, I guess.
(not my picture)
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>>2468231
>not zero ultra
these dipshits had one singular mission to accomplish
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>>2468233
I'm not even sure that existed back then. When I was in, the Danish infantry was effectively fueled by, as well as a cult to, the green Monster.

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What does /out/ listen to on their speakers while hiking?
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>>2463206
I never. The only acceptable thing is singing the Rennsteiglied, Das Wandern Ist Des Müllers Lust, etcetera yourself.
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>>2465152
based
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When I've sent up camp, got the fire going and am hitting the booze I like to play some Irish/Scottish folk music on the speaker or maybe an audiobook. Nothing better than gazing into the fire listening to some grizzled old man voice read me some Cormac McCarthy and glugging whisky as the sun goes down
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>>2463206
50 cent
eminem
2pac
david guetta
beyoncee
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Field recordings of construction sites and highways.

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Rain doesn't matter me none.
Get on my level, autists!
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>>2467321
rain fucking sucks if I don't have a way to dry my gear off
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>>2467321
Where my poncho bros at
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>>2467321
>inb4 hiking umbrella anon shows up
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>>2467321
>looks like a retard
i'll just stick to wearing my akubra
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>>2467465
Consider the following:
You would have to wear a Sombrero to reach my levels of rain/sun protection.

Thoughts on barefoot hiking shoes?
I'm trying to unfuck my flat feet...
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>>2466978
Barefoot shoes give you a lot of grip so they are good for rocky terrain and climbing uphill.
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>>2456738
I fucked my knee up playing rugby, tore my ACL around end of May.

So me being a fucking idiot, I've not gone to see a doctor or anything. Just running through the pain after 3 weeks of rest.

Anyway, I had a long Vietnam trip coming up (which I've just returned from). I bought a pair of Xeros sandals to go with my New Balance Herrios. Figured I could run and Hike in the Herrios and then get around on the Xeros.

After 3 weeks of use, I noticed that my knee would shortly start aching in the Herrios (which have a 8mm heel). Never had any issues in the Xeros, although my feet were very sore in the first few days of use.
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>>2466912
I've looked, none of them do.
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>>2456738
DO NOT WEAR THEM UNLESS YOU WANT MAJOR FOOT ISSUES.


if you think the idea of hiking barefoot is neat, do that for a while. you're body will stop/slow you as needed. dont be stupid and pay money for injuries
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>>2467489
Funny, ive been wearing these for years. Wheres my injury?

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I have a back injury and I'm not going to be able to go out for the whole fucking season. Can't walk for long periods and can't carry a backpack. I'm going to miss the best hiking and camping time of the year here in Sweden and I'm so fucking pissed.
Show me your fall outings so I don't die of boredom.

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Do you like going on road trips?
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>>2331773
Done that drive before. Kino once you get through Madison.
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>>2349331
I-40 from Barstow-Memphis is pure kino. Minus Oklahoma City area.
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>>2453853
Idk I drive 2nd Gear 55mph in the slow lane, practically red lining. Costs me about that much.
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>>2298957
I made it from Island Park ID all the way to Minneapolis in a day. Brutal fucking drive, sun was in my face for most of it and my radio died that morning so I did it all with zero music by myself.
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>road trips
>in a time where gas is $5.25 a gallon
'no'

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And why is it Julia's Original Pepperoni Rolls ®, official pepperoni roll of the West Virgnia Mountaineers™ ?
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>>2462880
>Too much BHA. I just take a mini tub of neutral flavored coconut oil.
If you're going that way, you might as well take a bottle of avocado oil. It has more nutrients and antioxidants than coconut oil, more caloric value per gram, and an exceptionally high smoke point should you wish to fry something up with it over a fire. It even costs about the same.

The only downside is that avocado oil will congeal only in very cool temperatures, but coconut oil, though it has a higher threshold, will still melt in all but the mildest of conditions, especially in a pack.

Lard is the least expensive of the three, has the most caloric value, and remains solid at the highest temperature of the three by far... but does probably have the most health downsides, yes, though in my view, the downsides are like the nutrient value of all three: very marginal unless consumed in huge quantities.
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>>2462895
Olive oil for summer
Stick of butter for winter
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>>2451055
At this point reddit is more adept with the outdoors. Bunch of fags in here I swear
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>>2466019
it didn't used to be like this, even just 2 years ago
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>>2420718
summasawsug

/his/ here. I’m obsessed with the Wild West and plan on heading to the last camp of Claude Dallas tomorrow, starting at 0400. It’s where he smoked 2 Forest Service officers.

But what the fuck is this? No gas stations for 130 miles, the only reliable gas on the way out is 85 miles to Owyhee, an Indian Reservation (not bad, I’ve been there.)

Is this under the assumption that the roads are dirt and cars will go much slower? It’s an empty desert that hugs a canyon so it’s not like there’s a thousand switchbacks.
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>>2467434
See you there
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bring a gas can bozo

see you there
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It's Nevada.
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>>2467434
You sound faggy. Elko doesn't like soft boys like you.

Anyone here pan for gold? Does pan man go to /out/? Can we get a prospecting general going?
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>>2467251
I've been trying to find info about the legality of causal gold panning in Arizona. All I can find is stuff about establishing corporate claims.
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>>2467251
ngmi
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>>2467429
It can be a pain in the ass to find claim info online, but one site that helps is www.thediggings.com. It has mineral rights for most of the US if info is publicly posted.
You can also search on google for local panning / prospecting groups which usually have the info your interested in.
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>>2467251
also yes i do pop in here once in a while but i am very busy lately, so if I dont respond I apologize.

also this link should help you narrow down which areas to check out. It doesnt say exactly where to go but it will help in your research.
https://raregoldnuggets.com/?p=4484

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>>2464145
>snakes more than pitbulls
that was unexpected but it makes sense considering all the people in india or SEA getting bitten by cobras
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>>2464273
Take your pills anon, those are clearly mosquitos.
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>>2464133
Oregon Mosquitoes
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>>2464133
mosquito season is over here now, getting too cold out. i found this summer wasnt too bad though, or maybe im just used to them now. my mom had some wicked bites on her yet they barely touched me


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