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southwest pics thread. this is ontop hidden mountain in las lunas nm.
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this out in the puerco east of abq
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>>2023818
west* of abq
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cedro peak in tijeras
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pucker tracks!
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>>2023826
yucca in snow, that's new to me
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Why would you make a photo thread specific to the southwest?
Fuck you, here’s a picture from a few hundred miles southwest of Newfoundland
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>>2023865
i live in the southwest and wanted to see what spots other anons went to. this is the dirty rio grande
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>>2023953

this is the sandias, same mountain range as in quoted pic.
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im back at hidden moutain today and this is at the very top. i made a petroglyph for /out/ on the back.
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>>2023993
best i could do with a rock. would have put a timestamp but it would take too long
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Tintagel
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>>2024004
Minack Theatre
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>>2024008
Logan Rock
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>>2024004
this is not /out/
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>>2024011
>eurofags think somebodys backyard is outdoors
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>>2024016
Brits. On a daily basis.
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here's tonopah
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Davis Dam
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Heading out to death valley on my moto soon bros

any recs?
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>>2024166
What you ride?
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>>2024131
thats amazing. where was that taken?
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>>2024243
australia
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hey guys i found a hole
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>>2024171
Suzuki dr350
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Bright Angel Trail
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Superstitions
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4 peaks wilderness
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>>2024292
These are great pics, thanks anon
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Weavers needle
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Final one for now on mount lemmon.
Damn I miss the southwest so kino can’t wait to move back.. made the mistake of coming to the commie hell hole of Seattle. Good out but idk I prefer the openness of the desert over the lakes rivers and trees
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>>2024301
Whoops
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>>2024295
i came in my pantz. i need to make a trip over to arizona. you guys got some cool ass shit
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>>2024142
Whatchu doin in my state boy
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>>2024316
jerkin off and drinkin
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I've been living a stone's toss away from Gila NF, here's a few pictures.
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>>2024420
Copperas canyon.
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>>2024422
based gilanon, always love seeing your OC
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>>2024374
Based. Welcome to Nevada.
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>>2024425
Thanks. Been an interesting winter, tons of snow this year.
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>>2024279
Did you rappel down?
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>>2024435
Deep and long sunset shadows high up in the black range crestline.
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>>2024442
4chan ate my picture, haha.
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>>2024437
nah i stayed out. tossed some rocks in, but didnt hear anything. i suspect it was probably only like ~20 feet, since i think those holes were prospects. still wouldnt want to fall in
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>>2024435
>tons of snow this year
Don't let a couple of decent storms distract you from the fact that Arizona and New Mexico are in the worst drought in decades, more than half of either state are in D4 (worst possible) drought conditions and have been since last June. The snow has actually been one of the worst in over a decade in the majority of the high country in both states with less than half of the average annual snowfall.
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All of these are from AZ, most are from a year ago or more.
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I've got many pictures.

This what taken at chaco mountains, imperial county CA
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same place
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NM
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this is out at San ysidro trials near jemez
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pricklyboi's
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Can't remember the name of this place but it's still in NM
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meep meep
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Question from a brit, can americans just go into these hills and camp there for a few days if they wanted to?
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New Mexico, yet again.
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>>2024729
depends on the state but in most southwest states you can go camp pretty much anywhere. lots of dirt roads that follow the power lines that can take you to cool spots. I forget the name of the law though.
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>>2024734
Honestly America confuses me so much, I would love to go just for the outdoors as it has some perfectly scenery and it looks comfy as fuck but some of the stories just make me want to steer clear.
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>>2024736
what? like deliverance type stories? skinwalkers?
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>>2024738
Not so much that but the fact that anyone could just have a gun and if I'm out camping in the wilderness a wild cougar could just appear from nowhere and as a tourist I wouldn't be packing, here in England the worst I can encounter is maybe an aggressive dear or a rando with a knife
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>>2024729
depending on land ownership but yes a large portion of land in the american southwest is public land. blm or forest service or nps or state agencies or game lands. for most of those you dont have to get a permit you just drive up until them hills leave a car right off the road and head out
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>>2024739
I grew up in the woods then I moved to the to the city and the city is way more dangerous. cougars are also not that scary, i would rather fight a big kitty then a tweaker with syringe filled with hep c and aids. I feel very safe when I get out of the city. don't ever be afraid of the outdoors, we are apex predators kings. these are sandias in full watermelon glory
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>>2024751
Yeah but my point is that as a native american you can have guns to defend yourself, if I went the best I could take would be a knife and I don't know how I could handle a cougar with a knife. Maybe I'd be fine, maybe I'd get torn to shreds they look mean as fuck.
It's a shame because I'd love to do a desert camp and wake to a sunrise there. Best I've got here is the Lake District and Scottish Highlands which, while both are nice, doesn't compare to some of the stuff I've seen from certain places in USA
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>>2024739
Wild animal attacks are exceedingly rare, especially mountain lions. There are like a dozen bear attacks a year, and a good chunk of those aren’t hikers. Considering how many millions of people venture into bear territory for recreation or use straight up live near them, any talk about bear safety is just straight up goofy. Yeah, it could happen, but we’re talking odds in the millions, probably tens of millions. But it’s a primordial, lizard-brain fear and makes for a good story, so when an attack happens it’s big news.

12.5 million visitors to GSMNP
Bear density is 2 bears per sq. mile
Shouldn’t people be getting mailed by the thousands?
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>>2024755
Makes sense I suppose, I always thought they were more prevalent. Might have to look into doing it someday, any recommendations on which state is great for outdoors? I'm a fan of all terrains.
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>>2024753

i dont own a gun(do plan on getting one) . I go out by my self most of the time but I can't say Ive actually had an encounter with a cougar except maybe once at night. like with any dangerous animal all you have to do is get educated. cougars don't want to fuck with from the start, your bigger than them. btw there are way more cougars in the mountains than the desert. don't let fear stop you, nature's pretty kind if you just pay attention.
toadstool hoodoos west of abq
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>>2024753
Different anon. Cougar and bear attacks are super rare in the southwest, like rarer than getting struck by lightning. I wouldn't be too worried about them, a knife and a good head on your shoulders is all you really need. Most euro tourist deaths in the southwest (and there is a LOT lol) are from dehydration and underestimating the climate and how much water they needed. Occasionally there are even some freezing deaths usually every other year as well both natives to the area and tourists. You are more likely to encounter small venomous critters and deaths from those are just as rare. That said, as an American and living in one of the best states for gun owners I still carry at least one (sometimes more) gun whenever I go out simply because I want to and I can and sometimes I like to bring one for a woods LARP.
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>>2023811
Choice thread, OP
Pic from this weekend, East Potrillo Mountains outside of Las Cruces
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>>2024796
good shit. I was pissed as fuck that it was so windy during the weekend but Monday afternoon was perfect. this is out in placitas
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AZ anon here I’ll throw some utah in here too did some quick ray trips to Zion and Arches a few years back. Definitely recommend.
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Has anyone here been to the Chiricahua Mountains deep in southeast AZ? I live about 4 hours away but I drove past them the other day due to business I had in Columbus NM and it looks like an excellent place to camp or maybe a short backpack trip. It seems they are part of the Coronado National Forest, does anyone know any good spots to set up camp and have access to good sights?

Pic is near my house.
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>>2024851
I day hiked them many years ago. Lots of cool stuff in and around them. Turkey Creek and the Hoodoos are really cool to check out. As for camping I can't talk from experience since I only day hiked the area but I know there are tons of designated campgrounds but you'd have to check their status before going. There are some dispersed camping areas in the forest as well off of some of the forest roads but like the designated campgrounds you'd want to check their status before going on the national forest website.
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>>2024808
Yeah me too. Saturday wasn't too bad (I was out at the Aden Lava Flows), but Sunday just wouldn't let up. Looks to be windy this weekend, too
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So I see that some of these places have a good bit of water source. For places that are pretty arid, though, how do you guys do water? To be specific, how many liters do you have to carry at once?
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>>2024992
In prime hiking season (late October - early April) I’ll bring probably just bring a a 2-3 liters and be good for a day. But over summer when it gets near 110 I can go through my 3 L platypus pack in probably hour to hour and half at most so I just stick to short 2-3 mile hikes
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>>2024992
As a general rule of thumb you should bring no less than 3l of water no matter the distance or climate unless you're still within eye shot of your car. If you're in the hotter and drier climates you should be bringing at least 3l per hour per person, colder climates you can get by with 3l per person per day. Some stagnant desert pools have all sorts of nasty bacteria in them and I personally wouldn't trust them as a water source even with a filter though you will probably be fine with a filter most of the time, the higher elevation and higher flowing the source usually the better quality it is. And keep in mind some sources are terminally polluted by mines so you should know the geography and history of the area where you might draw water from. You should also keep backup water in your vehicle preferably at least a gallon (3.8l) just as emergency drinking water.
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>>2025017
That's intense. I'm over in Appalachia so I generally never have to worry about the distance to the next water source. I'd love to try an arid climate hike / overnight though.
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hiking in summer in these places is an absurd proposition

i went to big bend during september (big mistake) and it was still 100 degrees at like 8 am

i fucked off after a mile and lived to tell the tale at least

fuck the southwest
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>>2025028
Can you compare it to hiking in super humid places like along the coastal plain and stuff like that? I hate humidity so much that I feel like I'd be overall fine with dry heat.
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>>2025028
That area of Texas has little escape from the heat in summer, even the highest elevations of west TX are still hotter than the middle elevations of AZ and NM. The lower elevations of AZ is basically hell on earth though, routinely 110f+ in summer, while the mountains barely ever hit 90f maybe a couple days a year at most. You either handle it or you can't and some people just can't.
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>>2025030
naah. you usually have some trees for shade in more humid areas and more overcast days. im from southern illinois and when I came to the southwest it kicked my ass. the sun will dry water on a rock in less the a minute. before I came all they said was "dry heat this dry heat that" but what they don't say is 100+ degrees is still hot af. the shade is very cool so indoors dry heat is great. it's bad when you are miles from any cover from trees or clouds with no water. people die of dehydration all the time. I work in a scissor lift most days and sometimes it feels like I'm in a frying pan compared to a humid sauna.
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>>2025055
I'm going to try to visit the southwest (Southern Utah) this Summer so I can't wait to see the difference.
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>>2025059
cool watch out for the Mormons, they might massacre you. remember the altitude aswell if you are near sea level. you might end up 3000-5000 ft which will make dehydration even faster.
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>>2025064
High altitude smells way better to me as well. Maybe it's cause I'm used to rotting vegetation in the shitty coastal areas.
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Canyonlands National Park (Utah)
Chesler Park Trail
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>>2023811
this is pretty but, IDK it looks so dead, I'm so used to Canadian wilderness.
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>>2025030
Dry heat is nice but the summer sun here will completely fry you. Being in the shade is fine but depending on where you are there isn’t much shade around. I would never hike in the summer except in mountains. (I live in west tx)
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>>2025357
It’s also EXTREMELY easy to become dehydrated if you don’t know what you’re doing
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Hickman Bridge
Capitol Reef National Park (Utah)
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>>2025356
yeah kind of a dull pic to start off the thread my bad :/. the pics of zion that got posted are breathtaking though. these are the toadstools outside abq again.
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Tent Rocks National Monument
Southwest of Santa Fe, New Mexico
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De-Na-Zin Wilderness
San Juan Basin, New Mexico
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>>2024729
In most places yeah.
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>>2024289
Are you crazy? Skinwalkers live in the superstitions.
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>>2025426
You wouldn't know.
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spent the past summer in west texas and southern nm. should have taken more pics but heres a few decent ones.

lincoln nf smokey bear district
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>>2025665
davis mountains
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>>2025667
davis mountains
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>>2025668
i love ocotillo
somewhere in fort davis
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>>2025671
on some ridgetops in june i found that a number of young trees; ponderosas, pinions and junipers about my height, were covered with ladybugs. swarming wouldn’t be the right word because they weren’t really moving, just kinda snoozing like a bunch of cats in a bed, occasionally readjusting.
lincoln nf sacramento district
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>>2025674
thousands of ladybugs
lincoln nf sacramento
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>>2025676
those kinda look like Asian beetles instead. they are pretty bad pests where I am from.
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>>2025676
big boi
davis mountains
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>>2025681
you could be right, i wouldn’t know the difference. but i have read that our regular ladybugs normally swarm on ridgetops and peaks in nm/co in june too. what makes asian beetles pests? were they actually hurting those trees?
>>2025682
friendly neighborhood gopher snake somewhere between fort davis and alpine
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>>2023826
What is a pucker, some kind of hopping tripod?
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>>2025688
remember that first super cold front at the beginning of last fall? well I went down to the rio grande those couple days and where it had been nothing but triple digits and sun for 4 months it was suddenly mid 60s and overcast, and I had it all to myself.
black gap
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>>2025697
also black gap
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>>2025699
tinajas in black gap
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>>2025693
bunny tracks
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>>2023811
El Paso, TX
Fort Bliss ain't a bad duty station, /out/bros. Plenty of nice day hikes in the area and gorgeous mornings. Hiked Sugarloaf a shit ton and when I get back from the middle east gonna hike South Franklin again.
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>>2025740
Crack house on top of Sugarloaf marking the summit
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>>2025741
Hiking with my dog on top of one of the many ridges, coming back from the XB-51 crash site
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>>2025741
I'm from 915 and I'd like to check out that crackhouse
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>>2025740
Based, Bliss is pretty choice
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Topa topa mountain, los padres national forest, CA
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Red rock canyon state park, CA
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Joshua tree, CA
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>>2026296
Los padres national forest, CA
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>>2026299
Los padres national forest, CA
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Trona pinnacles, CA
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monday
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>>2023811
Joshua tree, CA
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>>2024753
funny, i live in Colorado cougar country and often hear them screaming up in the hills. haven't seen one with my own eyes in years.
I'd be worried going to britain that some arab is gonna stab me for allah or some limey cunt is gonna stab me just cos he's a mean cunt. I live in very rural type mountain country and I don't carry a gun around in daily life or outdoors, don't know many people that do other than truly paranoid rednecks. the vast majority of people don't carry guns around here or anywhere else in the southwest, a lot of people might have them in their cars though. the further you go from a major city the less the likelihood of running into some undesirable, and certainly not on the top of some red rock in the middle of nowhere
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>>2027086
>or anywhere else in the southwest
Speak for your own state, in constitutional carry states almost everyone carries while /out/ unless they are anti-gun or don't own any. Shooting on public land is also a huge thing in some parts of the southwest, especially in AZ some hills sound like a firefight in afghanistan during certain times of the year with literally hundreds of people out shooting at once.
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>>2026338
I love finding little nooks like this in joshua tree

if you walk out far enough you can find some secret ones

we should have an /out/ joshua tree meet
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>>2023811
Those look more like hills than mountains, just sayin'.

Pricks errywhere.
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>>2024739
If you're smart about not sleeping with food nearby, you really don't have much to worry about. Animals have a healthy fear of ending up in a skillet so they stay clear of people. In the southwest you're more likely to have problems with ants, pick your campsite well and look twice before you sit down, also shade is your friend.
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>>2025742
Bumping with another El Paso picture, miss these mountain views so much!
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>>2024739
The people with guns that are taking advantage of our beautiful public lands are some of the last people you should worry about. America is a very safe country outside of the cities. You’re much more likely to get shanked by a Paki in London than be bothered by anyone using public land in the US.
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>>2027363
unless your skin colour doesnt meet the arbirtrary lightness quotient held by the man with the rifle
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>>2027374
FBI crime stats tell me you’re wrong. Try again Tyrone.
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>>2027374
cope more Jamal Jackson the IV
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>>2023812
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>>2024289
Hey anon, I’m in the area. Want to meet up for a hike?
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>>2028070
Here’s a recent trip to Flatiron I did. Send me an email if interested in setting something up

diplomatic01@protonmail.com
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Anybody find peyote?
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>>2025697
Did you fish
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>>2024165
Weird little park there.
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Big Horn Cove, AZ
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>>2028603
yes but only got lil guys. theres supposed to be catfish in that part of the rio grande but i sadly didn’t grow up a redneck in the south and don’t know how to find them.
an old agave stalk somewhere between fort davis and marfa
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mojave national perserve
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Frenchman Mine in Las Vegas NV
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Black Mountain Peak in Henderson NV
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>>2028674
Oh no, someone littered on it!
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>>2028663
From what I know of redneck youtube, you just find filthy holes in the side of the river and stick your hand in.
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>>2028674
Hendertucky.
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>>2028734
hell yes my friend
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>>2028674
Always gotta wonder where the volcano is that spit out all that rock that you see everywhere.
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>>2028870
yeah, true. black mountain from the ground level of the city does almost look like a volcano. those rocks are all over that range, at higher elevations than the desert below. strange
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>>2028654
kino
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>>2023811
neat op, i feel like this has the same vast spiritual weight as being by the open ocean
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old native pictographs in big bend
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>>2028663
to catch catfish in the Rio grande use chicken livers and a heavy weight. pretty standard stuff.
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Is death valley worth going to? People say it's incredible but a lot of pics dont look that interesting compared to other places in the eastern sierras





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