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Anyone else here still in the ccf sleeping pad gang? I could never trust inflatables.
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>>2072518
>>2071674
what's the name of the montbell foam pad and what's the r-value?
is it the montbell 180?
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I heard some ultralighters even use bubble wrap as sleeping pad. Fucking retards.
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>>2070125
>side sleeper
learn to sleep on your back, it will save you a lot of trouble in life
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>>2074778
how do you learn to control your movements when you sleep?
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>>2074825
got into the bdsm scene.

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what is an easy all around trap for scandi forests? bird trap or small game trail trap?
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>>2074315
Conibear #110
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>>2074319
This. But depending on which animals you plan on trapping you might want a 160 or 220. Also a #11 double long spring is great if footholds are an option.
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>>2074319
Cute bear!

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>bald eagle range map
So why do bald eagles of all birds seem to despise Southern Appalachia?
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because it's too crowded there
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Because it's a literal subhuman shithole. Not the beings that live there can't even be considered human. Nuke it all.
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Because we shoot those faggot birds. Franklin was right they are no better than any other vulture that vomits acidic shit from it's ugly face
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>>2074691
>it's ugly face
>it's
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>>2074619
Agriculture, logging, the damming and pollution of rivers and other Human development in the East have led to there being very few patches of suitable habitat left.

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Bros, I want to find a method for camping shelter that works for my needs. Here's my situation:

>Motorbike camping
>I'm a cheap fuck
>I don't want to be 100% out of the elements but I at least want some protection from bugs and rain
>A lot of my camping is in places where there are very few trees so can't use a hammock
>I want it to pack small but it doesn't necessarily have to be ultralight
>This will be used for spring/summer camping in the western states
>This will also be used with a foam pad and sleeping bag

So basically I want a budget set up for minimalist camping which is not a hammock. Does anyone have any suggestions? I currently use a two man tent but the pack-size is big and it takes a while to set up. It's fine for winter but for summer I want to go very minimal and experience a different way of camping.
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>>2074482
legiterally this. was at walmart the other day and was really surprised how small the 3p ozark trail tent packs down to. pretty heavy and not the most durable but its 25 bucks, you could go through 10 of them before you reach the cost of a good backpacking tent.
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I bought an Alps Lynx 1 man tent lads. It was $85. Thanks for the help
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>>2074706
>Alps Lynx 1
I was just about to post and recommend a Lynx 2. I've had mine for several years with no fuss.
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>>2074818
>>2074706
Came here to recommend it too
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https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=kGiRWIFX39I

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Any fellow ontario leafbros here? I want to go solo camping for a few weeks during this lockdown. I want to be as isolated as possible from everyone. I was thinking Algonquin, but I'm not too sure, since admittedly I'm not too knowledgeable on good spots. Does anyone have any suggestions? All I really want is to be isolated and near water. Thanks frens
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>>2074577
You'll have better luck on crownland then national or provincial parks. I camp and canoe on McCrae lake which I love but this year who knows how many people will be going /out/ due to lockdown. They said camping bookings are up by 100% in Ontario due to normies but that's probably just reservation sites unlike crown land.

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Any crown land north of Parry sound is great
Have fun bro I’m stuck on my roof
Pic related
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>>2074548
Yeah i was confused because last i heard all camping was stopped for quarantine in leafland even on crownland
I'm not a leaf so i dont keep up
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If you invest a few more hours drive the area between the sault and wawa is golden for camping fishing, hiking you name it
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Algonquin is closed every April and early May for flooding, also they're busier than ever with all the new people who want to get /out/ during lockdowns

>Blocks your path

Why the fuck should I ever go outside knowing these murderous things could kill you at any moment in a single swipe. Or even worse, just take their time and slowly eat your face off.
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>>2073642
Dying as part of the food chain is my biggest fear
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Bears generally don't go near humans. It helps if you are noisy innawoods so they know you're coming and leave you alone. In terms of actual bear attack bear spray is ideal, and a good handgun with some practice can save your ass. It also helps to bring a buddy along whether it's a dog or a friend.

As far as bears go Black bears are the most common, and hardly ever attack. If they do attack it's because they can't find anything else to eat. Being loud usually scares them off. grizzlies are more dangerous, but that's usually because you're encroaching on their territory, and they see you as a challenge. Bear spray is best on these guys, but a big bore gun (and I can't stress this enough, some practice drawing and firing) can put them down.

You're much more likely to be attacked by a moose, or in some cases a mountain lion. And big cats can be easily dealt with.
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>>2073618
>doesn't know a gun exists
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You're fucking retarded if you're afraid of bears. Just follow all the rules with how you store your food and the only real bears you have to worry about are grizzlies. Black bears are just oversized raccoons.

If bears make you wet your pants never get in a car again because it will much sooner kill you than old yogi.
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i bought some book about bear attacks and it's only really made me fear them less knowing that like every case was someone being retarded because they kept engaging a bear or generally lacked experience in dealing with them. only animal that's made me act a pussy irl was when i accidentally stepped within a foot of a rattlesnake way in the backcountry - venomous shit like that scares me much more cuz (depending on the snake and how deep you're in the woods) one bite and you're finished. but the simple remedy to that is to keep your distance from bushes and if you ever go in them stick to the sections with the most space and stay vigilant.

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>grandma asks me to mow her lawn
>start mowing it
>see a lot of snails in the grass
>stop mowing the lawn
>tell my grandma that I won't kill helpless snails
>she thinks that I don't like her and starts crying
>I don't want to hurt the snails
I like snails.
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>>2070506
Did you honor the kill by eating it? Did you respect it by burying it? Or did you get the willies, run inside leaving your grass half mowed and hide from the destruction you wrought?
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>>2070537
he limped into a ditch and I never saw him again :(
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For me? It's mowing everything in my path. Survival of the fittest anons!
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>>2062453
Based and snail-pilled. I see snailman everywhere now.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6zgjIEEb3wg&list=PLuPqcOrBc0-UgRuE1JypWrP-9D61BNeMk&index=6
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>>2062453
They had these things all over the place when I was in Europe. I stepped on one by accident and it was a massive mess.
Also, would the lawnmower blade be able to handle their shells?

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Good afternoon,

When looking for hammock options I as well ran across hammocks from china (both on Aliexpress & Ebay) that have a bug-net & rainfly setup, which works more like a tent or bivy, with tent poles and all, and apparently can be set up on the ground as a freestanding bivy/ tent as well.

These are examples:

https://de.aliexpress.com/item/4001007872363.html?spm=a2g0s.8937460.0.0.6d682e0ekIP4ee

https://www.ebay.de/itm/Camping-Hangematte-mit-Moskitonetz-Zelt-Tarp-Zeltplane-Outdoor-Hammock-200kg-DE/393198671046?

I however were able to find nowhere any reviews for this style of hammock. So does anybody here have experience with these? I am especially interested in the quality & in whether the poles interfere with fixing an underquilt to it, but overall experiences - if anybody has them - or links to preexisting reviews (especially on YT) are welcome as well
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>>2071088
I just use a 20 yearold kelty tent
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>>2071184
thanks mate
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>>2071088
I'd pick the Klymit because the material looks like it's more durable, and I like Klymits sleeping pads.

The extra weight probably comes from the carabiners and Daisy chain tree straps. I heard good things about daisychains but after getting a set I decided they were too heavy for backpacking. I use some good nylon straps and figure 8 knots around some lightweight 12kn carabiners.

I would recommend maybe finding a hammock with a bug net if you are in masquito country.
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>>2072086
>The extra weight probably comes from the carabiners and Daisy chain tree straps. I heard good things about daisychains but after getting a set I decided they were too heavy for backpacking. I use some good nylon straps and figure 8 knots around some lightweight 12kn carabiners.
Thanks for the input.
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>>2070906
Nope, chinks are like a meter and a half on average, and weight like 60 kilos, those things can't stand a normal person, don't be cheap

new year new gear
post em

incoming packages nearly evey week- kinda wanna show off preseason and talk upgrades, ditched gear, technology, wish lists, food, hygiene, plans

I never sleep well /out/ so sleep system upgraded to two ul pillows, pad with an actual R value, more roomy bag.
and a silky pocketboy that I'm really stoked on.
ditching mummy bags and air only pads forever
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>>2072911
would you say it was worth the price tag?
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>>2072574

>not tryna be rude but
winter camping seems really cosy with the right setup
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>>2073161
PROOOHHHHHHHH
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>>2072635
Sleep in ze pod
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>>2067391
my gf has one of those lights and its pretty handy

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quick! post yuru camp to anger the oldfags!
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>>2071734
I have shit internet but 9anime.to is flawless quality for me, you've gotta be on some telegraph ass internet. Unless the servers are flooded on a saturday night with my entire family also downloading and watching shit, I get no stutters or buffering watching at 1080p.
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someone in a previous thread mentioned this fire had nothing to do with Yuru Camp and OP lied about being the one who started it. Does anyone know more about this matter?
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>>2056884
>>2057342
>>2057753
This one?
https://i.4cdn.org/wsg/1618088880360.webm
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>>2048045
Basement dwellers?
In my 4chan?
It's more likely than you think.
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>>2070913
It's right there in the title, though. It's not some high-effort survival camping.

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What piece of advice/gear recommendation completely changed your /out/ experience for the better? I'll start.

Advice
>Throw your water filter in your sleeping bag so it doesn't freeze at night

Gear
>A 50 cent piece of rubber to put on the side of your metal cookpot to not burn your lips (google hot lips)
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>>2074371
The Canadians don't sell them, in fact I'm certain they destroy their surplus. But still the odd article falls through the cracks and ends up on ebay or somewhere.
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>>2073977
Advice
>when hunting doves or pigeons always shoot the female first, the males will try and hump the dead body instead of flying away and you can pick them off.

Gear
>Cricket refillable butane lighter. Can be used as a spark striker for char cloth & punk wood even when empty.
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>>2074027
How
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>>2073986
please stay in whatever 3rd world county you live in
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>>2074399
based

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hey /out/
don't know which board to ask this on. if i don't find an answer here, i'll try /sci/

so i love listening to crickets in the evening, my yard has always had them but for the last 3 years, they seem to have disappeared. no change in vegetation or anything. maybe its just part of the insect extinction in progress.

so how do i attract crickets to my yard? google is no help, it just warns not to buy them from pet stores and release them in the wild, as they may be an invasive species.
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More taller grass for them to live in. See if anyone near you sprayed for bugs recently. If they did, burn their house down in the night.
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>>2073626
Buy some from your local pet store and let them loose in your room. You can listen to them all night.
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>>2073626
You should probably try >>>/an/
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>>2073626
I think it has a lot to do on local weather patterns, here in Australia the cicadas were literally deafening over the summer in my local area because we suddenly had a huge amount of rain after years of drought
https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2021/jan/14/cicada-super-year-the-familiar-sound-of-australian-summer-is-louder-than-usual
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>>2074458
thanks, i did not even know that board existed

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One last thread before all the snow melts and we go back to being coomers for 8 months.

Where's everyone finishing their season? I'm heading down to Monarch pass to ski backcountry this weekend, then down to Telluride the next weekend for resort/backcountry.
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>>2071232
Have been seeing the Enforcer being shilled a lot in this past few years — seems I will have to try those next season will put them up there on my list. As far as reviews go the Kästles have a reputation of being more hard charging skis with not-playful shaping. I enjoy ski testing anyways so yeah can‘t wait to get to test at least the Nordicas!
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>>2053651
Tomorrow's the last day of my mountain's season and I'm working. Snow has gone to shit recently so I'm not too bummed, but would've been nice to get one more full day in. At least I'll be able to get in a few runs on my breaks
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>>2071306
>As far as reviews go the Kästles have a reputation of being more hard charging skis with not-playful shaping

I haven't skied dozens of pairs nor do I get paid by ski brands to promote their brand/call out inadequacies in others, but the Kastle BMX 105 is more playful than the Nordica Enforcer Free 104 imo.

For what it's worth, my daily driver 95% of the time inbounds is usually the Icelantic Nomads or the BMX, I feel comfortable hitting any terrain hard in either, but slightly prefer the nomads if there is fresh snow.
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>>2071306
I've really liked my enforcer 93s. They aren't the most playful things ever. Rail turns better than the QSTs that I tried. Wish I had a wider waste for powder.

What goes on here /out/wise? (minus fishing obviously)
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Just go to the Upper Pennesula of Michigan. Camp on the coast of Lake superior. While surrounded by forest and no people for miles.
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>>2074475
This
unless there's a gale
that time sucked
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The UP is generally great and the people are cool but normies are starting to flock more. I lived in Chicago and went on backpacking trips in the Porkies every year the last decade and crowds are getting worse. I last went in October and it fucking sucked - I just want to be alone and take mushrooms by myself innawoods. I moved to CA a few months ago and even though it is pozzed the /out/ is great.
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>>2072145
I'll take this bait
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FuzTkGyxkYI
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>>2074588
LOL quality post

Is there any possible way for me to make money off of livestock if I have a small lot of land out the back? Or would keeping livestock just be a money sink? I don’t mind either way as it’s a hobby I would like to pick up.

I was thinking something that can graze more easily off the land such as some sheep or a couple of goats. I have 0 experience with this and only a half acre of land, so if anyone could help me out with some advice or material that would be great.
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i want a riding yak.
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>>2072171
>half an acre
Looks like you're gonna be limited to chickens, rabbits or mini goats.
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You’re not going to be able to run a profitable agriculture business on a half acre. If you’re trying to make some cash, your best bet these days would be agro-tourism. Get something popular, like llamas, and charge people to pet them, take photos with them, etc.

My friend has a fairly large acreage in the south of England that his family used for bovine farming for generations but it was bleeding cash so he converted it into a petting zoo and he’s making a profit for the first time in years. Makes an absolute killing renting some of his animals out for TV adverts, apparently, especially his pigs.
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>>2072171
Dont have experience with selling but if i was in your shoes i think getting a bunch of quail and selling eggs to fancy upscale restaurants would be your best bet.
Non livestock options would be selling things like herbs, microgreens, and mushrooms to these resturants.
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>>2072283
Try chickens or turkeys, you can have a couple of nigerian dwarf goats. The goats would be small enough to warrant being on a half acre.
Sheep wouldn't be a good option imo, because they need more space and you just don't want a couple. They don't really do well with just 2, and half an acre isn't enough for more than that. I would get chickens or turkeys though in that situation. Good luck!




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