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Did the advent of agriculture and the subsequent isolation from nature that it caused ruin humanity?
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>>2369745
You can substitute whatever brown fence-jumpers that you'd like.
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>>2367065
indingenous people across the globe participated in cultivation and rough agricultural practices going far back into primitive times so what do you mean
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>>2367077
>Can you imagine spending sun up to sundown foraging for nuts and berries and shit, just to still be hungry at the end of the day??
Instead we spend 10/16 of our waking hours on fake mundane jobs and still haven't cooked or eaten anything or done any chores.

>Can’t have babies and shit because there ain’t enough shit around for food, and wild animals to compete with.
Can't have babies because women are too busy with work to be mothers (if they even date you) and you still can't afford half the things a baby needs (which they only need because women are working instead of being mothers).

> and wild animals to compete with.
Instead you compete with other people for resources.

>Because we can grow the food at home we could spend more time doing fun stuff like hunting and fishing and fucking.
I am not allowed to own guns, I can't go fishing because the only method of transportation is roads and I don't have a drivers' license, and I don't have the time to walk/bike there due to work. Also I don't get laid.
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>>2367077
Everyone used to live that way anon, and if you jerky meats and dry your seeds n berries n shit you can actually have quite the surplus. Add a little horticulture in the mix and you can have enough free time to have babies and build earthen mound structures for temples, etc.
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No, it was the masons

Can I drink lake water when using pic rel and prefiltering it through a bandana? They claim it kills bacteria, viruses and cysts

Most filters are out of stock in my country rn and orhers are extremely overpriced. I need something quick for an upcoming trip
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>>2371454
i only wrote something similar once, why u bully me?
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>>2371615
Sawyer s2 gets rid of chemicals. Keep the filter in your sleeping bag though because if it freezes at night you're fuucked.
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>>2371538
>>2370103
>prefiltering it through a bandana?
>Most filters are out of stock in my country rn and orhers are extremely overpriced. I need something quick for an upcoming trip
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>>2370119
Perhaps try the pool granulated chlorine.
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>>2370103

Through a banana?

I currently live in Germany and I hate it.
I'll be moving to another country to be able to live remotely and actually enjoy some proper out without compromising hardcore.

I've narrowed it down to Finland or canada.
What would you choose and why ?

Currently a big fan of Canada but the tax situation is a bit meh and housing seems to be expansive even in rural areas (would love to hear some insight on how this really is)
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*short by North American standards.
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>>2363306>>2363228

Easier to go to other nordic countries. Good fishing on Norway's highland lakes. Plus they took all the best sceneries.

I'd propably choose Finland since it's in Europe and I already live here, but I've always wanted to see the turbo-Finland that Canada is.
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>>2367332
I've ventured through south Tirol via train through the alps and indeed, it was a grandiose land of flat fields and orchards, terraced vinyards and steep 3000 foot mountains rising from the earth as towering monoliths of geologic upheaval.
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bump for public interest
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>>2363220
Everybody loves Paraguay from your coutnry...

#435-“Pink Line” Edition

Previous Thread:
>>2364547

janny pls…

Thinking about picking up a new hobby? Want to get a memecaster? Haven't mastered the Palomar knot? Click here!
http://www.pastebin.com/u/fishingandtackle
https://imgur.com/a/1Xw3N

New Bong Fishin Guide
https://pastebin.com/sDB5SQTq

First for best telescopic rod is the one you exchanged for a 3pc.

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>>2371464
Thanks bro
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>>2371907
Why? I have the swimbait and thr wakebait. Only ever tried them to see how they swam, but I plan to use them soon. They swim good.
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>>2371766
based and cutepilled
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>>2371781
Thanks. Problem I had was casting this far with so much wind. I got the walleye on what turned out to be a caveman version of a drop shot rig and the catfish on the same rig but with chicken on the hook. My rod is rated for 3/4oz max which was a little too light for where I wanted to cast.
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>>2371329
Here they can use the "Evil White Man Hate Me" card, so sabotage is the only way. They made the rules of "It's only wrong if I get caught", so I play by the rules they set for themselves.

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>this kills the citiot
Bucket toilets separate the wheat from the chaff. You will never, NEVER, find a more comfy method than this.
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You homos need to work on your ankle and hip mobility. Then you can take your pants off and squat in the woods like a real human bean
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>>2349357
I pop a squat and shit directly into the mountain stream that feeds the plunge pool where instagrammers take their pics like god intended.

I stick my ass into the stream in summer instead of wiping, Gaia's great bidet is a wondrous feeling
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>>2371796
What woods
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>>2371796
the woods squat for me, tough guy
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>>2349359
I can do you one up I was at Paradiso one year and they under-estimated how many shitters to rent out because after the first day or two the porta potties had mountains of shit/tampons/tp cresting out of the bowl like mountains. I shit in the bush instead but the only conceivable way would be to hover. The third night my friends told me "you have to see this shit" and brought me to the porta potties. People were fucking inside of them high off drugs, door open, rave thots laying on the mountains of shit over the bowl getting fucked from behind.
Because of that I think the schizos might have been right about these things being demonic rituals after that Travis Scott concert. Same year there was a giant circus tent thing in the middle of the camping area people were fucking kids in.

Are the bitter root mountains /out/?
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>>2369688
that's like 75% of /out/
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>>2370088
>that's like 75% of /out/
You mean nu-/out/

Sure pre-covid had funposting and gearfag shit, but people actually put effort into their posts and starting discussions. The shitty is with all the newfag thread creation spam, a lot of legitimate discussion threads get pushed to the bottom and any discussion gets consolidated to the general.

>inb4 if it's a good thread it would never hit page 10
Yeah sometimes you take a couple days to get back from a trip and update with pics and stories, but that doesn't happen anymore because of newfag spam
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is bumping garbage threads /out/?
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>>2369557
OP is a faggot who doesn't /out/
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>>2372028
Kekt and rekt @op
I've never been to the bitterroot's. Wasatch mountains are my haunts. What are they like?

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The decimation of wild species by early American pioneers was completely and 100% justified
It's fucking impossible to grow anything that can sustain you let alone a family if you let wild animals run around unchecked.
I'm about to wage a genocidal war against every mammal and every bird larger than a sparrow because not even a little potted strawberry is safe from getting dug up by squirrels or fucking torn apart by jays and woodpeckers.
I'm pro-mass extinction. Above the microscopic level (microbes and fungi and stuff), biodiversity is a meme. If I want to hear birds I'll raise some meat pigeons. If I want tall might trees I'll grow an orchard. If you disagree with me it's because you're a soft little city faggot who learns about animals from TV shows and not life
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>>2370556
>hurr durr you don't eat game
>hurr durr you overhunted the game
Do you have a brain problem? Were you developmentally disabled as a child and can't understand what "self-contradicting" means?
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>>2370634
>>2370741
There are population control hunts in many states now. Your chance of getting drawn is usually extremely low however, and some states have a 1 bison per hunter lifetime limit. I know a guy in AZ who got drawn for a population control bison hunt, I think he took it down with a .300 WSM. Said he filled the freezer with enough meat to last a year. Some states also have private herd hunts.
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>>2367624
whining about pol and tellin someone to go back there is the most reddot thing you can do faggot. naybe take your own advice
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>>2367616
>Bison were killed to facilitate homestead farming
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>>2367709
The jews did this.

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Post wild animals you've seen while /out/. Saw this lil dude (and about 100 more just like him) on Sunday
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>>2371507
I like a chill guy. Reptiles are always kinda fun to see.
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>>2371504
I love red efts so much, they're really beautiful animals.

>>2371853
Image is blurry, but since its scales are unkeeled, I would assume some species of racer? It's hard to tell.

Y'all should be somewhat careful around salamanders. The vast majority of them are entirely harmless, but the bright ones (like red efts or ensatina) are pretty toxic. Ensatina in particular produces tetrodotoxin, the same stuff in puffer fish.
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>>2371996

juvenile eastern brown snake.

https://australian.museum/learn/animals/reptiles/eastern-brown-snake/
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>>2372014

it reared up at me to strike when i almost stood on it. had to zoom in with my camera after backing away.

see >>2372015
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>>2369922
Cicada cute

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In the picture you see these tiny "mini-altoid-tins".
Those are the ones that usually contain like breath minths or something. They are about the size of 1/3 of a real altoid tin. Or about the size of a normal match box.

Now, these are very good as match containers. Just take some ordinary sized matches from a match box and put them into one of these mini-tins, and it is good for mose outdoorsy activities. The tin will keep the matches dry from rain.

But it is not perfectly waterproof. The hinges of the tin are unprotected, and if you fall into aditch or have to wade throug neck-high water or something... that is not enough to keep your matches dry. So I was thinking, is there some version of these tins that is a) match-box sized and b) fully waterproof?

The thing that I am looking for is that magical "the same size of a match box, but waterproof". And those cylinder-shaped plastic match containers are just not the same size. They are more closer to full altoid tin in size. So those are no good. I wish to make a sort of EDC set with waterproof match box (which is also more or less the size of a match box).

Anyone know if such waterproof match-box sized tins exist?
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>>2370900
>redundant
I like redundancy you kike
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ziplock bag, you dunce
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>>2371582
2 bics
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Search aliexpress or eBay for “battery holder waterproof” they make them for AAs so a little bigger than a matchbox
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>>2370900
10thpbp

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Yo im an electrician looking to make the outdoors a part of my life. I want to become a Park Ranger. I live in Texas. I have no college, but im 21 and the hazelwood act lets me get free college in texas, so if i really need it i could get a degree.
But from what i hear you dont need it really?
I understand i need to become a certificed peace officer. Im fit, but would need to get more fit. Basically i have the beginning ideas, but im looking for advice for anyone in the know.
How do you go about getting jobs in national parks? How to become a Park Ranger?

OR what jobs do you do that make the outdoors part of your life?
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>>2371899
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>>2371924
shaved legs, hairy hand- odd combo
Yeah okay, it could work. They intentionally have the bar so high to get a decent job in that field (other than E-1 actual forest janitor) that you need to go in middle-management, be a entry level beta boy for half a decade, or get your paperwork waived (requires a tan)
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>>2371932
Thats my gfs arms not my legs lol

That does sound lame tho
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>>2371937

we see through your ruse, tranny.
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>>2371937
I wanted to go that route, but it was "are you qualified to do a middle management role with years of experience? No? well.. take seasonal work for six years and then you can get an actual job"
when I was working fires, most of the rangers I met were wom*n hint hint
and I shave my arms when I am in a relationship, I recommend you shave atleast your fingers same reason you trim your nails

How many peaks have you bagged anon?
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Has anyone else tried Anna Bell Peaks? She’s one of my favorites.
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>>2364391
Uh. IDK. All the mountains around me are like 10.5-12k tall with 5-7500 feet elevation gain. I've probably done a couple dozen.
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>>2364415
bump!
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Depends on what qualifies as a "peak" and what qualifies as a respectable "summit"
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What are some good shows about living in extreme environments? Mainly looking for stuff in the far north and cold environments, but I'd be interested in other stuff too.
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Life
Below
Zero
Viewers

>What are some good shows about living in extreme environments?
Any city evening news channel.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U0TMzSW_i1A
Nenets are the Innuits Russian cousins

You can also check out how Komi people live, or people in Oymyakon which gets to -70°C
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>>2371901
Thanks, this looks good

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Anyone here raise sheep and use copper bolus for controlling barber pol worms? If yes with or without drenching?
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>>2371804
Idk desu I'm just confused about the image you posted with that question desu

Is there a way to supercharge how many Runners you can get off of a single plant?
I have 6 plants rn how many new plants could I get of these realistically this season.
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Bump
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This should be posted in Homegrown general, but I feel like I usually get about 3 runners off 1 strawberry plant and then one of of every runner after that. I also don't manage my plants so that could probably be improved, it's just a patch that the previous property owner had and I just let it be.
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I'm not an expert, just guessing here... but I think runners are a flowering cycle behavior. So if you trigger flowering you should get more of them. Some ways I know to do this:
>shorter daylight period
>redder spectrum of light
>phosphorus and potassium-heavy fertilizer
>damage to the plant, like pruning or pinching
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>>2368536
Activated biochar
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>>2368536
Lots like easily 30 from 6 plants but maybe as many as 100
It's probably going to depend on the variety
I had this sort of question too when I first got strawberries
Now I have more plants than I know what to do with
Focus on growing the new plants big and strong rather than quantity
I have probably hundreds of tiny plants each year that I just throw away or put in ornamental contains like little bonzai strawberries

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Riverfront property in the town proper is expensive. Riverfront property between the towns (not fully innawoods) is cheap. It's got a median gauge height of around a foot and a half most of the year, with springtime rains bringing it to flood stage a (20 ft) a few times a year and otherwise typically peaking at around 13 feet during heavy storms outside of springtime. Would it be possible to build just develop a community around the river?
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>>2368972
Californians are going to keep moving to your state and you cannot stop them.
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>>2368964
>no i hate the city and city people they keep rejecting me and i never fit in
>p-p-pls if i run off into the forest by myself will some qt3.14 and her based trad family suddenly move in next to me?

Oh, so thanks for letting us know this is just another underaged LARP thread
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>>2368974
>Strawmanning my post
No, my great grandparents owned acreage that my grandparents used to build their homes, and then my parents after them. My parents' generation lost all the familial land holdings either through messy divorces, selling to move elsewhere, or simply forfeiting acreage by defaulting on taxes. I'd like to go the route of my great grandparents and get some land so that my familiy/siblings can fuck up and have our descendants take it for granted in 100 or so years as well. The land my family had wasn't developed when they got it, the development came around it over decades, so I'm not worried about it being immediately "urban".
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>>2368973
Apparently they're moving to Portugal en masse now because they are immediately upper class there and it has a Mediterranean climate which nowhere else in the US has outside of the west coast.
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>>2369004
i doubt they would actually move to an african country, no matter how nice the weather is




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