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please for the love of god tell me what type of tree is in the center of this pic
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Probably Pinus thunbergii
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>>1122237
>Pinus thunbergii

Plus, it has had a bonsai style applied to it.
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>>1122232
Forced-perspective.
Its a 7" tall bonsai, probably Japanese white pine.
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>>1122232
>>1122237
What others said, also I'm pretty sure that is the Shōkin-tei, that is part of the Katsura Imperial Villa in Kyoto. Here's another image of the tree and the Shōkin-tei behind it.
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>>1122302
Oh, I'm an idiot and did not read the filename.

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>NEET sc/out/s
What are your /out/ activities? Anyone making it as a traveler?
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>>1122212
I remember the thread habbening
You wont see me at causy shit like that. I mind my own business.
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>>1122216
How do you make monies, fagit?
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>>1122222
90% busking 10% panhandling.
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>>1122245
what do you perform? Also do you just straight forward ask for money from people?
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>>1122251
Nah i sit around with my guitar or mandolin. The 10% of time when i cant play i sit around with a 5 gallon gas jug that says out of gas on it. I have bugged people but mostly im yelling at them for fun not dollars.

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Ill try to keep this short
>grandparents own 10acres inawoods
>will is set to pass it to mom and aunt
>mom and aunt dont want to/dont have ability to take care of cabins
>cabins are nice but in need of repair
>expect me to repair and pay for everything
These are hand built (by my great grandpa) log cabins that have been in the family since 1972.
Should i suck it up and repair them? Or let them collapse and build my own cabin on the property?
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>>1121056
where you at?
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>>1121470
Literally the opposite
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>>1121452
No record of crashing vehicles or stealing or anything at all.
No one said they don't like me. In fact i get along with my whole family very well.
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>>1121043

Learn 2 probate. You'll almost certainly have to sell the property to pay the inheritance tax on it. That's assuming it isn't a long convalescence that leaves the entire estate in the possession of the managed care provider.

The good news is that you're more likely to actually receive ownership in the property auction, as opposed to your family holding title while you cover the costs.

If they switch to a joint tenant with right of survivorship, then the house bypasses the will and taxes and goes to you. But that's expensive and complicated to change after the fact.
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>>1121367
Dude what the fuck? Jesus christ man.

Have you ever asked for a girl's number who you met while hiking? How did it go?
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>>1120810
I give girls the number to pizza hut.

If they don't know it by heart, I wouldn't want to date them anyways.
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>>1121147
To be fair, he is her nephew so it's still nephew sex
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>>1121870
Side note are you bepis? I only saw your trip after I stopped seeing his southern flair.
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>>1120848
clap clap
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>>1120791
No, but a friend of mine met his wife while they were thru hiking the PCT.

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Found these in my yard and my dog has been sick the past few days. Throwing up and diareah. Could anyone identify what mushroom this is, and is it toxic?
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>>1120908
>needing a catwalk photo shoot to identify all mushrooms.
Cheese dick.
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>>1120070
Invasion of the Body Snatcher spores
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>>1120070
EAT ITS NOMMY! xD xD yummu in tummy.
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Buml
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>>1120980
fool

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sup /out/,

my friends and i are/have been trying to plan a trip to big bend the first weekend of november and idk, things just aren't coming together. one thing i read said that we can't reserve a site in advance unless we have 10 or more people (we don't) but then i think i saw some sites that say you can reserve smaller sites. but then we've got the question of how far into the park the site is, plus none of us really know what each area of the park has the best X or Y type things. so could i just get a little help and guidance from some of you who have been there before?

it's gonna be just the 6 of us bros broing out and catching up. don't really want anything TOO primitive, still want to be able to do hiking and have access to electric outlets.

thanks in advance.
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>>1121772
>Camp
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the best way to reserve a site in big bend is to primitive camp or zone camp. there are some primitive campspots not too far from the main lodge, if you are willing to walk back and forth each day for amenities. For car camping, try to get a spot in chisos basin if you can.
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don't forget to buy mexican walking sticks along the river
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>>1121772

>>1121778
this

>electric outlets

JUST

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Hello /out/. Since wrestlefags have completely obliterated what /asp/ used to be, I thought I'd put this here. Skiing and snowboarding are outdoor, so tell us. Where do you like to ride, what do you ride, equipment, all that stuff. Just talk about skiing or snowboarding.

Snowbird here, I enjoy the snow but not the crowds, was considering brighton but it's much smaller.
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Scotcunt here, been skiing since I was 7 but haven't been in years. Really wanna go again, would love to do touring/off-pisting in the Cairngorms.
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>>1122114
Would add I'm considering getting some gear, is going second-hand sensible given it's about a tenth the cost of buying new?
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Montanafag, usually hit up Bridger or Discovery. Also enjoy Lost Trail and Whitefish, try to make one trip up to Fernie every year
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Carry rescue gear. Beacon/shovel/probe.
Bonus points for avy airbag pack.
Just having the gear isn't good enough - know how to use it. Practice somewhat regularly. Make use of beacon training parks where available. Take a rescue class.

Your friends lives depend on you knowing how to use that shit, and if you're caught, your friends skills with their gear is what's going to save your life.

>Finished my instructor refresher training this weekend

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Can you name a better way to get /out/ products? Been ebay sniping my whole kit for 2x cheaper prices that these high end products go for.

In before
>MEC chinkshit
>Muh Surplus bargin bin trash
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craigslist my dude
>>1119350
>being this pathetic
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What are some things to search up on CL to find gear?
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>>1119244
>>1119259
>>1119350
>>1119449
>>1119509
>>1119831
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Geartrade.com
Literally Craigslist for outdoor gear.
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>>1122183
'cept people there will most likely know what their items are worth vs some normie who bought the most expensive pack they could find and only used it once.

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Finally in a position to be able to get and properly care for a dog.

looking to train it for hunting, preferable pheasant and waterfowl retrieval. i do plan on having kids in the next few years so that's a factor.

I've been thinking about a catahoula since i'm a louisiana native(state dog).
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Anyone have any info on Tamaskans?
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What do you think about these? Will it looks like cringe? Or wannabe
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>>1122119
The fucked up thing is that a girl could get away with wearing anything because it's "cute", meanwhile if you're a guy people just tell you to grow the fuck up if you wear something slightly out of the ordinary.

Tbh, wear what you want and screw what others think. If it's practical and/or to your liking, there's no reason you shouldn't wear it.
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>>1122119
>>1122129
Why the fuck is this in the dog thread?
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>>1122129
Yes man girls..
Thanks for the reply I think I will go for it.
>>1122135
sorry mispost it I wanted to post it to hat thread but got an answer I want

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Hey /out/ /k/ommando here, i'm taking the gf canoeing for the first time. I havent canoed in about 15 years as ive been single AF with my single man kayak. Got a tandem canoe for free recently and want to use it with her.

How is canoeing different than kayaking? We're doing a short trip on the canoe, maybe 36 hours total for the overnight trip. What do yall recommend for the time canoer?
We will be doing some light hiking, i'm assuming i can tie my packs to the canoe girdles much like you would with a kayak?
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>>1121577
try to distribute weight across the width of the canoe as evenly as possible, and you really shouldn't lean over without telling the other person so they can counter your weight. might just be my canoe but in my experience they're tipsy as fuck, never have flipped one but have damn near several times and its an unbelievably huge pain in the ass to get it back upright.
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It’s not too different from kayaking, just make sure you’re in back and gf is up front (power in back). Do what you can to protect your packs from stray water droplets that will absolutely get in the canoe. The reason they’re more “tippy” is because they sit a bit higher than kayaks, but they’re not too unstable. What the other guy said, distribute weight evenly across the width.

Good luck.

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Anyone know any good trails in the central valley?
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>>1121981
Not me. Try anon, he might know.
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>>1121985
Sorry, no clue either. Maybe try asking anon?
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>>1121985
>>1121991
yeah, i got you pham
>san luis national wildlife refuge
time it when the birds are migrating through
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>>1121994
Anon takes it to the hole, again. I told you anon could help, anon.
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>>1121981
That picture is from the panorama trail, if you got a good pair of hiking legs you can do a 15 mile loop from mist trail, panorama trail, to 4 mile trail

I have a cordless blower that I blow stuff with around the house. Directions say to prime it 10 times and I accidentally primed probably 25. It did start and I blew for 10 minutes or so but it looks like the rubber button is getting filled with liquid, did I flood it? Should I have blown more to use that gas up or will it be okay sitting there till I wanna blow again? Sorry I'm a neet new to outdoor activities
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>>1121594
If you have to ask, you can't afford it.
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>>1121533

>>>/diy/ is better suited to any discussion of tools, however im pretty sure we can sort you out here.

>Directions say to prime it 10 times and I accidentally primed probably 25.
bullshit, you pushed that button a million times without counting like everyone else, its no accident
>It did start and I blew for 10 minutes or so but it looks like the rubber button is getting filled with liquid
priming bulbs are supposed to fill with fuel
>did I flood it?
no
>Should I have blown more to use that gas up
no
>or will it be okay sitting there till I wanna blow again?
Yes
>Sorry I'm a neet new to outdoor activities

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>>1121571

Don't be a limpwristed faggot.
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>>1121644
>What would your father think
I'm not sure, i never got to know him. Perhaps I'll ask him one day.
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>>1121645
What?

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Autumn is here! In anticipation of the annual influx of fungally-related threads, here's a one-stop shop for everything--

Tips, questions, mushroom ID, bragging, and discussion.

If you want a mushroom ID'd, please take pictures of the cap, gills, and stem!
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>>1121272
'Paxillus filamentosus' is another possibility
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>>1121272
The ones in the google photos seem darker, but might be related, thanks, guess it's good i did not eat them
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>>1121272
If this helps, i was in the Carpathian mountains in august when i found all theese.
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>>1121276
That pic looks a young 'Gloeophyllum sepiarium'.
For the other one my bet would probably be the Paxillus filamentosus rather than the Involotus, as you say the color is a little too dark.
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I LOVE THIS BOOK! So worth it. Gotta go shrooming in them blue ridge. Dang dem flying machines be poisioning me!

Heading out to Joshua Tree this November for a three day weekend solo trip. Anyone who's well versed with the area know any hidden treasures away from the crowds that aren't found on everyone else's "Top 10 Things to do" list of Joshua tree. Difficulty isn't a problem. Rocking climbing gear isn't an option. Thanks
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>mfw opie is kill
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Play a U2 record while you're there.
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I went to Death Valley last year in December for my first solo trip and I survived.
There's nothing that can really get you out there besides the heat and there's literally no forest to get lost in so that pregnant lady just fucked herself by not bringing enough water/knowing what the fuck she was doing
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>>1121129

>Joshua Tree

>Skinwalker Alley
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>>1121129
Chasm of doom. Ask a climber to bring you. No climbing gear needed.

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>Americans can't into deep woods or animal behavior

Where were you when you realized americans have a child's understanding of the forest?

I was on /x/ talking about people dissapearing in the forests of canada when I got bombarded by americans crying about how nothing in the woods can hurt you and how big their forests were.

>>>/x/19753980
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>>1120054
>I got bombarded by americans crying about how nothing in the woods can hurt you

Aside from poisoning Ivy and a snake no one has seen in years, this is true here. Also hedge apple, fuck hedge apple. Nothing deadly around here though.
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>>1120054

>admits to browsing /x/
>calls others children

Wew
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>>1120945
Only dangerous wildlife in Alberta and the rockies? What about the fucking POLAR BEARS in Manitaba and the northern provinces.
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>>1120054
walking by river in central IL
friend gets bit by snake
late that night friend woke up and unleashed something no one had ever seen before. his ass erupted like a volcano with watery brown lava. snakebite gave him explosive diarrhea
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>>1120054
OP truly is a faggot



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