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i would like to share a tutorial for a soap bag that I made that works quite well for /out/ adventures. it basically consists of 2 layers of nonwoven hydrophobic cloth, which can be cut out of a surgical mask or garden insulation. it allows the soap to dry without wetting, leading to no soggy soap in the morning, and serves a similar purpose to on-market items such as the matador soap bag. let me know if there's any additions you think would be good, and it's a nice way to use solid soap which is much more packable.
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>I need to bring soap /out/
pussy
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>>2180740
That's pretty cool. Thank you for sharing! I love DIY stuff.

I like to have multiple use for my gear, so generally I just do a hobo bath with castile soap and a rag. Castile soap can be used to clean dishes, do laundry, bathe, and is grey water friendly so you can discard without harming plants.
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>people need internet tutorials to make a simple bag
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>>2180766
thanks, the biggest thing (for me personally) is that liquid soap goes quicker than solid, so i try to pack solid ones, but i've never tried castile, i'll give it a shot. the bag is mostly interesting because a ziploc or any other plastic bag keeps the moisture in and kills the soap faster, the use of mask fabric dries the soap without letting the liquid out. glad you liked it!
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you can buy these things for next to nothing id like to try one at some point though

Hey me and my girl are considering van life because living in an apartment is cucked. We have free gibs coming in every month and we want to explore the country and hike a lot.

>How cucked is living in a van full time across the country with your significant other
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>>2179199
>this is your brain on /pol/
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>>2179658
basically
>if you're a rich trust fund kid
you get to pretend to be what you imagined a hippie's life was like

>if you're an urban poorfag trying to avoid the rent meme
you get to live like a half-way homeless person but hey at least you arent sharing a bunk in a hostel with a bunch of stinky randoms, plus you're saving $1200/mo that you normally would've lost in rent

>if you're a seasonal worker
mobile house that you can work out of for 3 months of the year, then cuz you're not paying any rent you can spend the other 9 months a year on a beach somewhere surfing every day

>if you're an /out/ nutter (thru-hiker, rock climber, ski bum etc)
you can park right where the action is and be up on that mountain hours before all the cityfags can commute there

>you're wanting to actually travel and see your country (ie: large countries like the US, Canada, Australia etc that take months to travel around)

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>>2178930
That van is going to stink regardless. Being stuck in a hot van for a year with an unwashed woman sounds really gross. She’s going to immediately realize she didn’t plan for her periods and now you’re living 2 feet away from a rotten blood bank
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>>2178930
Van life = being homeless
The “van lifers” you see on Instagram and YouTube, the hot girls oiling their asses while wistfully telling the camera how liberating their lifestyle is, do not actually live in vans. They live in apartments and drive the vans out to scenic locations for photo and video shoots so that they can take in donations from wage slaves who vicariously live a faked dream of dropping out of the rat race through them.
If you live in a van, it WILL be broken into by people looking for drugs.
If you’re really going to try to live that life, then you need to first buy an acre or two of land to park your van on full time, and treat it like a tiny house until you can afford to build one of those cabin kits and dig a well.
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>>2180454
He's not wrong, loser.

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how'd he do it?
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>>2178770
Not the tard you are replying to, but it was much more then biyearly. From Babes (the pilots) own kids record.. https://lakeclarkair.com/dick_proenneke.html
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>>2178766
fag
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>>2178362
funny when many consciousness of people in the body of a christ...says we live forever in him and him in us, and then you say to every christian women, you will never be a woman. sorry ladies, ur a jealous alien, not a human
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>>2179131
unless of course, i will always remain a girl, and never be a form of the word men
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>>2179132
Do you have a vagina?

Best /out/ state?
>From forested mountains to plains to vast deserts
>Also Philmont
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>>2179190
You're not getting pussy either way you weird mongoloid.
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>>2179851
Already got it.
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>>2179934
What it smelled like?
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>>2179934
False
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>>2163065
Slovenia. Only things that can kill you are bears and snakes.

“We encourage you to have a look around the catalog first to see what we’re all about before posting your first thread”Edition

This is essentially a QTDDTOT thread, and the dedicated LARP thread. Post your infographics in here, talk about homesteading in here, LARP and pretend you’ll actually go /out/ at some point here.
Stop shitting up /out/.
Topics include:
Homesteading
Survival/Prepping/SHTF
“Going /out/ for the first time”
“I am thinking/planning/looking to…”
“How do I get started doing…”
“Doing x activity for the first time…”
Previous Thread: >>2120502
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>>2164925
I enjoy going out into the Mojave to LARP as a new Vegas cowboy
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How do I find game recipes that arent 5 paragraphs if marsha stewart bullshit without browsing boomer survival forums? For example any squirrel recipe could be shortented to like a single fucking sentence.

"Crock pot on high w vegetables for 6 hours"
Or
"brine then fry on medium with egg and flower" Somehow gets turned into a 300 page novel on the battle of new orleans and growing up in rural idaho. I want to backwoods white trash cook a racoon without even fucking seeing the word "braise" and its far more difficult to find than I would like. Im hunting for subsistence and don't have 6 spare hours to spare on this homemakers magazine bullshit.
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Not really a larp but I wanted to share an /out/ retardation story from the other day
>be me
>go to a rural park to walk because I'm inside working most of the day and don't want to be a shut in freak
>while walking around I see a pair of high schoolers (boy and girl) running around making tiktoks or something
>ignore them but kind of uncomfy (I'm in my 20s not an incel or anything I have a gf but just prefer to be alone when /out/)
>park has a bridge over some train tracks
>I sit under the bridge to have a cool hangout spot and maybe see a train since I like trains
>after a bit I see the kids walk down the embankment to the tracks too, like 5 feet away but they don't notice me
>autism or something kicks in and I fight or flight run away up the hill at full tilt and go to my car
Why am I like this
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>>2180288
You’d be better off trying to buy small time cookbooks or recipe books from a garage sale or the like I think. Most recipes on the internet all have articles and stories attached but if you buy memaws cookbook from her funeral garage sale it’ll probably just include ingredients and instructions without the story.
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A 600ml tatonka mug and lid should be enough to cook rice, Right?

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Best mushroom youtuber?
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Out of all the mushrooms, so few are deadly or even dangerous. Why not just forget about identification and eat all of them?
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i like Yelloe Elanor
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>>2180196
cringe bait
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>>2180654
cringe newfag replying to bait
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>>2179774
Didn't they just make a YouTube containment thread for larpers like you? I'm not even going to bother to search the catalogue and link it desu, because you can't be bothered to check.

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I just want to say fuck charcoal and everyone who uses it. Never in my life have I had more miserable experiences with such an awful piece of shit supposedly meant to be easy to work with, hot, and long lasting. What a crock of absolute bullshit.

Every time you light this fucking pile of garbage, it flares for a quarter of a second and makes "coals" which are so "hot" it takes 30 minutes to fry bacon on it. That is of course if you manage to light it, because with or without lighter fluid charcoal is simply god damn impossible to light. You'd have better chances melting rocks with embers from a stick. Then you realize only 3 briquettes have formed coals; the other 35 have gone out completely. Want to try to light those other briquettes? Maybe dump some lighter fluid on them, show it who's boss? Sorry but it won't fucking work. Charcoal is immune to everything you try to do to light it. Sneeze and every briquette is fucking ruined. Look at the coals wrong and the "fire" fizzles out.

Now you want real heat to cook your meals and eat your breakfasts? Make a god damn campfire. Two logs, raft on top, tinder beneath, and just light the nigger. Easiest shit you'll ever do. Stays hot, easy to add fuel to, and makes plenty of light. Smells great. Smoke BTFOs fucking insects all day and night long. Then you can climb into your tent and make sweet, sweet love to your girl by the light of a warm fire. There's nothing like it.

So do yourself a favor and give up on fucking charcoal. God, what a fucking piece of shit scam. Fuck you.
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>>2178361
Magnus carlsons gay cousin
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>>2179878
Kek. That coat is fucking awful, hate to say it.
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Does these things "spoil"?
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>>2169369
>bitches abt charcoal
>posts briquettes
BRIQUETTES are slow burning, low heat, and hard to light. Straight CHARCOAL looks like burnt pieces of wood, is easier to light, and burns very hot.
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>>2169383
>>2169517
>>2170180
>>2178688
>>2179869
>>2180631
/thread
OP confused lump coal and briquettes that's all now stop posting

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-IEaWUPisZA
Wish they still made them like they used to
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>>2177103
>>2177107
a glass jar, just try to be smart enough to to break it
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>>2180594
I didn't know they sold steel bottles, never checked for some reason. the ones I got all had good reviews and stuff on amazon and weren't cheap but tasted very metallic, tbf I only tried them the once but I don't like tasting metal
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>>2180597
I don't think they should taste metallic at all. I would be very suspicious if they did. Then again, everything is so filled with chink crap that looks good and usually works fine if you don't use it too much, which leads to good amazon reviews often. But again, I can easily vouch for nalgene steel bottles, they are great. Love mine, you can even boil water in it, just unscrew the lid first.
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>>2180598
Yeah exactly why I stopped using them, I'll get a couple steel nalgenes, to replace my gay plastic ones thanks for the tip, I wanted something I could also boil in
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>>2180599
Happy to help, anon. I've been using mine for three years, all banged up since I break things often because of my retard hands. Then I took it once to gym and some absolute shitter stole it. Even though it looked like crap. So I bought second one and it serves me fine so far. I think there should be even some aftermarket steel caps/lids for it, not sure now.

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How do you go about finding caves?
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>>2178192
what's the correlation between jews and the frog?
Personally, when I see a pepe image I don't get bothered.
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>>2178148
I dont have a boat anon
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>>2178147
Find areas with either limestone or basalt at or near the surface.
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>>2178147
Ask Ted
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>>2178165
there are many oldfags here who hate facebookfrog posting normies
you have to go back

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Post all your youtuber and youtube channel related questions and comments here
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>>2179837
If jewtube is slow for you guys like it is me, you can use this
https://redirect.invidious.io/
>>2179877
Gatekeeping is good
though this thread is retarded
>>2179885
>deviantart
>anime
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>>2179885

No, faggot.
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>>2179885
>was based around anime
Japanese culture in general, not just anime
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>>2179885
genetic fallacy
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>>2180561
>imagine being proud of being an invasive parasite

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What's the general consensus on throwing banana peels and orange peels on the ground while hiking?
I've seen some people get extremely assmad at it but I don't understand as it decomposes into dirt within a few months. Plastic is much worse as it literally stays there forever until you remove it by hand.
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>>2179940
Eh, it's still rotting trash on the ground for that time. It also attracts animals- bears in particular may be drawn to fruity smells. I'd pack it out or bury it away from the trail.
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>>2179940
Depends on where it is, it's fine if it's in a place where it will decompose quickly (swamp, marsh, etc.) but I consider it trash if you dump it out in the desert.
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>>2179940
just toss em off the trail so they don't attract gnats and flys or get smelly or stepped on or something ya know
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>>2180419
Honestly couldn't the desert really use the organic matter? I've thought of reforesting deserts by genociding fags jews and niggers and just dumping them in the desert with spores and seeds. sure it would be smelly for a year or three but they should compost down and make a nice hummis layer for a new forest right? maybe drop say 1/3rd of the nigger volume with charcoal to suck up the accumulated toxins
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>>2180144
>>2180152
>>2180158
Jesus Christ you are a retarded faggot

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I just can't wrap my head around it, I mean the material is watertight, as long as the structure doesn't fail I don't see how water could enter your tent? is this cheaptent thing a meme?
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>>2177933
yup, stitching ripped in my first cheap dome tent and it left a huge gaping hole in the roof. Didn't take long before I was sleeping in a pool of water.
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>>2178086
>>2178155
low quality bait
read the thread title
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>>2177787
Seam sealing is a big things. Cheap tents often leak at seams, like at corners where there are multiple seams.
Cheap tents are often single wall tents, so collect a lot of condensation.
Cheap tents often use no-as-high quality material that is simply less water resistant.
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New cheap tents tend to be fine as long as you don't abuse them, they just wear out fast. The waterproofing fades, seams come undone and leak, zippers break, grommets pull out etc.
I've never had a pole break just from wind, even cheap ones just don't sit on them and they're probably fine, assuming you got a decent cheap tent that doesn't put a ton of stress in one area somehow the poles should last longer than the rest of it.
If you don't care much about weight, a cheap tent and two tarps, one for a ground sheet and one for a roof or rain fly, is actually generally better than an expensive tent, it's having to carry the extra tarps around that you avoid by getting a good one. And honestly even then in significantly bad weather the extra tarps are really nice to have.

The main benefits of high quality stuff is just how much nicer it is to use. No annoyances like fighting with shitty zippers when every second you leave the screen open is another mosquito to spend the night with.
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>>2177787
I had a coffin shaped wallmart tent that leaked because it's roof wasn't well supported and developed puddle spots
waterproof fabric is really about beading drops if water pools it will get through unless it's like rubberized waterproof

Anyone here have or ever slept in one of these truck bed tents? Seems like a neat idea, wouldn't need to worry about finding a flat area on the ground. Only thing is my truck is a short bed and I'm 6'3" so not even sure if I could even fit properly in one. The idea intrigues me though.
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Kodiak canvas guy here, Very comfy inside!
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Um, why not just buy a suburban?
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>>2180235
Wouldn't a solid cab just be better?
>>2180333
>>2180334
Canvas seems like a much more appropriate material for these than the normal tent material.
>>2180349
Or a cargo van.
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>>2180235
Why not just buy a van or at least a topper
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>>2180235
There was a similar tent for my car. Too bad it not possible to get one now.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9xuYssnT87U

https://www.sfchronicle.com/bayarea/article/Missing-runner-case-Police-say-they-found-body-16361756.php
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I know this board is at least 70% larpers at this point, but for those that aren't, you should be wary of stories like this. I frequently take trips to the badlands where the temperature can hit 40 degrees Celsius, and disorientation out there is no joke. That's exactly what happened to this dude. Went for an hour long run on a blazing hot day, didn't drink enough water, took a wrong turn, and suddenly he has no sense of direction and ends up crawling under a tree to die. You should have a life straw or something similar if you do big hikes in hot weather, and carry lots of water. I've had days where I carry 4 litres, drink it all in 6 hours, never piss once because you sweat it all out, and when I get back to camp my urine indicates that I'm dehydrated.
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People get lost in Griffith park...

Post cool locations and photos from anywhere in the wonderful state of New Jersey.
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>>2179069
your state has more niggers that jersey, stay mad
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>>2173711
There was and still may be a dead dog in one of the bunkers at Sandy Hook.
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Sourlands Mountain Preserve yellow trail. Not my pic since I'm phoneposting and can't resize mine.
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Copperas Mountain seen from Green Pond Mountain
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>>2174430
they used to spray agent orange in the US to defoliate along power lines




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