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Anyone else getting really annoyed by people stacking rocks in wild places? Understand "roaming owl" is just expressing his spiritual connections to nature, but the fuck do you have to alter the natural state of the wild because you think it's edgy. Fucking knock it off.
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>>1152972
underrated post
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>>1158375
>caring about things that literally live under a rock
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>find good ass spot in woods
>put cairns fuckin EVERYWHERE
>nobody else wants to camp there because cairns
>lol
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>>1158697
How is that so different from your mom's basement?
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>>1158395
It can mess with breeding cycles of fish if the stones are taken out of the rivers. Its also where things like crayfish live.

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What's the deal with buying overpriced shit when great and proven useful military stuff is available for cheap?
Really, when i look for some tools:
>If you want to go /out/ you need this knife, it cuts slices of tomatoes 0.0005mm thinner than any other knife and it's only double the price...
>You need this hatchet because it's able to split wood and it's only the same price as a chainsaw...
meme shilling all over the place. Why?
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>>1158703
He said "cut to size" you fucking retard. Sounds to me like that means trim the fucking trump so it fits in the fucking house. And why the fuck do you care if he cuts his dead fucking tree up or not? You fucking nosy, piece-of-shit toddler.
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>>1149759
Are you kiwi?
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>>1158285
Yes, militant faggots are the worst.
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>>1140588
Or you could buy a hultafors for the same price...
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>>1158984
It's plastic, m8. It pulls apart. There's no reason to cut the damn thing.

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whats your trail name?
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grang.

my son gave it to me years ago when he was very young and didn't have much vocabulary yet. we were innawoods with friends and the topic of trail names came up. he said i should be called grang and so i have been ever since.
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>>1149680
Do you ever fuck your sister?
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>>1148995
>>1148999
>>1149710


>deepcut.jpg.
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>>1148999
nah, that kid`s weird, always handing out mints...
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>>1157577
not op, but if you dont know the movie, its "Tucker and Dale vs Evil" its great, you should watch it

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>join university hiking club
>80% girls
>20% guys
>Guys are all super boisterous showoff fags who cant ever stop bragging about how they could finish this trail in 3 hours on their dirtbike or some shit
>Constantly jerking themselves off to look like manly men in front of the girls
>Try to finish trail as fast as possible without actually enjoying the beauty of it
>Girls are actually fine, quiet, and pleasant to be around

Colour me surprised. Why are /out/ girls so much nicer and less obnoxious than most girls? And why are /out/ guys so unbearable?
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>>1149861
I don't believe you
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>>1153536
I'll back that up as I have a friend or two in the same position. It's strange because I feel like it largely is used for hookups, but sometimes people just sort of make a meaningful connection that way.

Not saying it's the best of ways to do that mind you but
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>>1149704
Are you me? Good luck to you, may your /out/tinder-qt work out as well as mine di.
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>>1131801
part of the one hundred eleven percent lmao
dont you mean 3 percent?

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fcczjFRcVcU
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>>1151237
Discussing the divorce papers with my now ex-wife while being on a climbing trip in the alps with her.
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>>1151487

> Decide to take my family and some friends on a field trip
> Germanyisnicethistimeoftheyear.jpg
> leave car at the camp, take kids for a walk around the campsite before we set up our tents and stuff
> 1 hour of walk from camp we spot this weird dude in greasy oversized army clothes that don't even match together.
> has the biggest knife I've ever seen strapped on his belt... makes weird sounds everytime it pokes him in his belly
> Is that a plastic bag tied on a stick?
> flashlight taped on his shoulder
> as soon as he sees us he bolts it into some bushes
> decide to ignore him, don't see him again but we can hear him mumbling something in german while making his way through a shrubbery right next to a fucking road
> whathever.jpg
> Later at night, can't stop thinking about the person we saw in the woods
> some weird flashes in the forest, sounds like someone with asthma is desperatelly trying to catch his breath after running, twigs snap etc.
> shuffle in my sleeping bag, fall asleep hoping I won't get murdered in my sleep

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>>1157038
Ich vas just trying to ask if you knew the vay to the /k/ meetup, sorry if mein accent vas too strongk
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>>1151237
shimmied along a 2 inch ledge full body flat against the wall in Zion national park off the main trail.
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>>1153508
>>1153520
run to the side not away from it

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Is there a breed of Rooster thats so aggressive it can fight off small mammals?
Im raising chickens and theres a racoon or something breaking into the pin every other week and kills a hen or a few chicks.
And my cock is such a fucking pussy he just lets it happen. I really hope there is maybe a breed i dont know about yet that can fuck up animals like coons and foxes pls help
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>>1149952
Breed: American Game
However, make sure of a couple things, first, you have enough chickens. If you have around 10 you should be fine with having a rooster. Also, chickens can't see at night, so you'll want to get some kind of sensor light near your coop.
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>>1149961
Donkeys are supposedly really good at protecting chickens. No, really.
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>>1152609
That's gay
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well well well
looks like someone needs my help i see
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>>1149978
This sucks stop posting

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Wool is literally NOT a fucking meme.

Anyone saying wool is a meme is a newfriend that needs to gb2 meme school.
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>>1155420
Where did you think the sweat was gonna go? It's a sock, not a portal to the shadow dimension. Important thing is that your feet are still warm
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>>1149828

I bought my first wool shirt last week I haven't gotten to go /out/ in it yet, but I just sat outside and drank a beer the other night in the cold to try it out. I'm not sure it's worth the $130 I paid for it over one of my $20 Moose creek flannels I got on sale last year, but it definitely looks better
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>>1150401
I got smartwool for 5 bucks a pair, bought 10 ,at Sam's club last year. wasn't losing that steal even if they aren't as good
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>>1149992
Wool is best mane. Not to mention comfy as fuck
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>>1149828
well duh

wool is the tits, any spulunker/boyscout/ army dude will tell you that

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Is regularly washing your hair a meme?
Isn't nature perfect as it is? Do you wash your hair when you're out in the wilderness?
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I can't imagine sharing a tent with any of you stank ass fuckers. And just because you've gotten used to the smell of your own funk doesn't mean you don't stink.
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>>1158805
im too far gone, ive started to like the stink
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>>1158433
>once a week or less

This explains blacks, a lot.
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>>1158660
You won't stink just because you don't use soap retard.
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>>1158660
>>1158856
soap only covers up stink, washing with water and drinking plenty of water will make you smell like water.

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Hikers, skiers, kayakers, people who aren't sleeping under a roof tonight, unite.

First time I'm getting service in 4 days, 2 until I head home.
Grövelsjön, Norway
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>>1158493
Ski touring
>>1158606
Was a bit mushy, not as cold as a freezer
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>>1158465
Hi, I want to get into XC skiing since I moved to a country that has actual snow, and plenty of it.

Should I learn traditional or skate skiing? And should I get a teacher or just rent/buy some stuff and figure it out and copy other people?
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>>1158961
when you imagine yourself riding a bike are you chilling on a hybrid in normal clothing or are you a spandex hyper tech guy?
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>>1158972
I ride MTB with with bike clothes in summer and my workclothes for commute.
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>>1158980
i guess you gotta learn both.

Anyone wear trail runners while backpacking? How do they compare to boots?
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>>1151987
Thank you anon, as a minimalist runner it makes me angry seeing people running in these monstrosities thinking it is good for them
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>>1156746
Why does the weather have such variation there?
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>>1151987
for long distance, the heel in shoes is conducive to a marching step, and protects the ankle from exertion. classic shoe technology is surely born from military, as only a well-heeled sole allows one to march over distance, with weight, at speed

i prefer minimalism as well, but your points that promote minimalism, dont necessarily debunk boots, when it comes to ankle protection. you might decrease chance of eventful injury, but over distance and time, boots are built to protect the joint

i believe it ultimately depends on the walking method. i move lithely, and buy running shoes accordingly, but have also marched. when marching, one creates a respect for the boot and its design
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>>1158783
Continental, far from moderating large water bodies I guess
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>>1156746
ftfy.

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Show me them pics. Been out camping inna woods this weekend, first time in a tarp. Got to make prints in the fresh snow. Feels good man.
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>>1158835
Place was the most serene location i've ever been in. Only saw 3 people in the 5 days we were out there, 1 crazy old guy who was by himself sleeping on top of the snow caps. And 2 fags with ski's that were on the main trail.
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>>1158694
Where at in CA and is this still around?
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>>1158846
Yeah, its still around.

Butte county, near Chico. People call it the flumes
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>>1157611
>>1157700
>>1158424
u’ll need tuh find a area wiv 2 trees arond 10ft aprt depending on tha size iph u're tarp. Tie 1 guy line arond each tree roughly 4-5ft from tha grond (depending on tha size iph tha tarp). mece shore tha line iz tight tuh prevant anny sagging. through tha tarp over tha line soo tha midle iph tha tarp meets tha cord. Hammer in tha stakkes on each corner macking shore it iz tightly secured. iph u haf mor stakkes ans available straps u kan re-enforce tha shelter.

duh location ya chose n were ya set p ya're shelter a important. ya shld study duh weather in duh area n choose ah configuration daf wood best suit it. idearlly ya shld build on grond daf slopes soo iph there iz ray duh's iz duh direction duh water wiil flow. iph there a knw slopes ya shld dig trenches 2 a low duh water 2 flow of threw dhemm n away from ya. idearlly ya wiil wont 2 find flat grond wiffout anny rooks or objects daf wiil mece ya uncomfortable 2 lay on. Choose duh right desine depending on duh activity. por example iph ya wont a area por multiple peppl 2 eat or sit arond duh Dining fly iz ah gud option. iph ya wont 2 mece ah shelter por ah hammock duh diamond tarp setup wood bee best.

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How am i meant to hold this zippo handwarmer?
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>>1153577
Zippo handwormers wiil bee very hottt tuh d tooch ans soo shud awalys bee placed in d spacial Zippo cloth bag provided. d cloth bag also regulates d amount iph available oxygen forr d reaction ans soo shud awalys bee used. 1ce ya or ham its doing cerrertly, pull d drawstring tight using d stopper bead ans place in ya're pocket. d handwormer wonks best iph kept risonably uprigjt in d pocket. tuh regulate d heat ans provide optimum comfort move d Zippo handwormer from pocket tuh pocket, hand tuh hand or evan place inside ya're gluvs.
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>>1153644
When I was a kid, the bag was made of asbestos.
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>>1158925
the holy heck did i read

were you raised by wolved
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>>1158927
delicious!
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>>1158927
Asbestos iz ah naturally occurring mineral substance daf kan bee pulled in2 ah fluffy consistency. Asbestos fibers a soft nd flexible yet resistant too heat, electricity nd chemical corrosion. Pure asbestos iz a effective insulator, nd it kan also bee mixed in2 cloth, papr, cement, plastic nd aother materials too mece dhemm stronger. thesw qualities 1ce madde asbestos very profitable 4 business, butt unfortunately, thay also mece asbestos haiily toxic.

Microscopic asbestos fibers cannot b sean, smellled or tasted, ans asbestos exposur dos knw cause anu immediate symptoms, soo it iz easy forr ah persone tuh inhale or swa low asbestos dust witout realizing it. 1ce asbestos fibers r in tha body, thay nevet dissolve, ans tha body has extreme difficulty expelling dhemm. Over years iph tume, traped asbestos fibers kan cause inflammation, scarring ans evantually genetic damage tuh tha body’s cells. Asbestos-related illnesses often takke 20-50 years tuh develop.

>>1158931
i was jsut tryna explain too OP who too use he's Zippo hand wormer, pleas dont bee meen. maybeh OP didnt uderstand taht he maybeh needed tuh use teh bag?

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Anyone use smartwatches while out?
Just wondering if there's any decent watches out there that won't fall apart from rough use.
Was thinking of getting a Gear S3 Frontiere
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>>1157415
I have that watch and like it but wouldn't take it /out/ for more than a day hike or something like that. Been looking for a good mechanical watch to take for multiple day trips. Something sturdy that I can wind up.
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What's the point? Can you name one meaningful advantage to wearing this that justifies its price and the hassle of keeping it charged, without just listing its features? Are you the sort of person that buys those "google home" always-on microphones and "internet connected coffee machines" and shit? Does your fridge have a 21.5 inch screen for playing angry birds?
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>>1158916
not OP but ive hooked up most of my home through alexa. having a "smart" home is like having an IPod in the early 2000's. before you have one you didnt think you would ever need but once you get it you cant imagine how you life without it. i can say "alexa set the dining room to tropical sunset" and all of sudden some lights turn a a pinkish hue and others turn a light blue. or "alexa i want to read" and my reading light turns white while the others dim. i have it set so when my phone comes back within a certain distances my heat turns up and the lights turn on to 50 percent in the rooms i walk through. then ill say alexa tell me today news and i get an 10 NPR news brief. in the morning instaead of a sound alarm the light in my bedroom slowing turns up gold light red and blue to match the sunrise and i get a weather report. Plus having all the smart tech has really dropped my electric bill which is nice. if i'm lucky enough to have a boat house or ski house ill definitely smart wire it. it would be nice to be able to control the heat when im away and keep pipes from bursting.
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>>1158937
>>1158937
I'm not disparaging smart home shit categorically. Some of what you described sounds pretty fun and I'd like to at least have blinds that open in the morning and close at night. But the idea of selling your privacy over to Amazon to save three seconds to walk over to a light switch or whip a phone out and tap a widget doesn't sit well with me, and you have to admit there's a trend toward inserting gadgetry where there's no real call for it, giving you more of a parlor trick/in-home tech demo than a legitimately upgraded product
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>>1158952
>selling your privacy

its worse than that. your buying the opportunity to give your privacy. i think on a subconscious level i don't really care about those gadgets for the same reason i love going out. its the inverse of the precautions, appearance, and formality shit i have to deal with work. when im not at work i just want to be able to let go and let the tide carry me where i want to be.

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Sup /out/doorsmen

Come join the largest (only maybe?) /out/ discord server. We have over 260 members currently and always looking for some fresh autism to join in on the fun.

https://discord.gg/FRkEwpQ
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Its just a circle jerk about a guy that posts about his snowmobile fyi
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>>1158685
no one really likes mule desu, he posts alot, but alot of people also ignore him
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> mule

But those reno update photos make up for it.

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assuming you have the tools, how does someone preserve deer meat for a long period of time and prevent animals from getting to it?
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>>1154216
I live near the ocean
sea salt = best salt
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>>1158350
it's inferior salt actually

it's the worst salt, you douche
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>>1158771
>t. landlocked cuck
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>>1158771
https://www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-lifestyle/nutrition-and-healthy-eating/expert-answers/sea-salt/faq-20058512

>muh iodine
Eat a normal, healthy diet and you get all the iodine you need from other sources. Other than that, sea salt and table salt have the same nutritional value.

https://www.globalhealingcenter.com/natural-health/iodine-foods/
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>>1154216
I live within sight of the sea.
>fill can with water from sea
>pour in pot
>put angled tarp, plastic lid/other angled item above it.
>boil water
>collect condensation
>store boiled water for drinking
>scrape salt from pot



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