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We encourage you to have a look around the catalog first to see what we’re all about before posting your first thread. Topics typically posted here include:
>Outdoor recreational activities (Hiking, trail running, bushwhacking, camping, spelunking, geocaching, orienteering, expeditions, urban exploration, backpacking, etc.)
>Gardening, farming and related activities
>Hunting and fishing, and other activities involving the stalking or taking of game (including bird-watching)
>Outdoor survival, bushcraft, foraging, self-sustenance in nature, train-hopping, hoboism, etc.
>Outdoor destinations and exploration (specific trails, parks, regions, etc.)
>Water-related activities (boats, diving, etc.)
>Outdoor philosophy (conservation, Leave No Trace, protectionism, etc.)
>Outdoor building and living (cabins, huts, treehouses, etc.)
>Outdoor social activities and organizations (meet-ups, Scouts, NOLS, etc.)
>Gear related to any of the above topics

Most topics related to the outdoors are fine. Write properly, behave politely, encourage a respectful community, and most importantly, GO OUTSIDE!!
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Just a friendly reminder that threads about weapons which do not pertain to their use in outdoor activities should be posted on /k/ instead. Thanks.

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>the smell of the rainy forest and wet dirt
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>the smell of the wet forest and rainy dirt

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Old thread: >>1039376

Search terms:

Companion Planting - Raised Beds - Hugelkultur - Vertical Gardening - Square Foot Gardening - Polyculture - Composting - Windrow Composting - Mulching - Vermiculture - Espalier - Fungiculture - Aquaponics - Greenhouses - Cold Frames - Hot Boxes - Polytunnels - Forest Gardening - Aquaculture - Mittlieder Method - Keyhole Garden - Window Frame Garden - Straw Bale Gardening - Soil-bag Gardening - Lasagna Gardening - No-till Method - Container Gardening - Ollas Irrigation - Kratky Method

Chickens - Goats - Pigs - Sheep - Cattle - Ducks - Turkey - Honey Bees - Geese - Llama - Alpaca - Fish - Crayfish

Resources:

https://pastebin.com/4CqXsHFm

Secondary Edible Parts of Vegetables:
http://aggie-horticulture.tamu.edu/newsletters/hortupdate/hortupdate_archives/2005/may05/SecVeget.html
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>>1045104
Seriously? All this time I thought it was something more useful since it have such a thick stem.
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>>1045255
Nope, just poorfag food.
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>>1045255
You can eat it when it is young if you follow procedure (google) and use the ripe berries as a dye (google).
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>>1045202


I was cheeky today and harvested a small main crop potato that was poking out the top of the soil and cooked it.
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>wake up
>it's drizzling

stop it I don't want mildew again

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#170-"Who?" Edition

Previous Thread:
>>1041773

Thinking about picking up a new hobby? Want to get a memecaster? Haven't mastered the Palomar knot? Click here!
http://www.pastebin.com/u/fishingandtackle
https://imgur.com/a/1Xw3N

Talk about fishin
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>>1045237
Panfish are the aquatic kings of "just the tip".
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>>1045264
>yes, ALL panfish...
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When you guys keep talking about the #2 Aglia is that the bare one or the one with the trailer?
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>>1045279
Can be either.
#2 is the size of the spinner, which is about 1/6oz.
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>>1045009
>got a warning for this post talking about fish

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DISCOVERY ISLAND HAS BEEN INFILTRATED

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_GmjNTxr1T4

GET FUCKING HYPE
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>>1043870
>urbex
>guy looks, sounds, and acts like your stereotypical street thug
100% guaranteed he stole anything of value that wasn't bolted down and defaced everything that was.
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He wasnt soaking wet, did he use a boat?
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>>1044246

Prolly. A little inflatable or canoe is plenty for urban exploration.
Used a shitty plastic canoe back when I did it.
Worked okay.
Just keep your gear bag up off the floor and you're fine.
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>>1044348
Pics?

Do you know what the little shed is for or what's in it?
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>>1044657
Mickey's cuck shed

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Trains feet vans cars trucks tarps bivvys boots beans bad breath and booze in the new but nowhere near improved Homeless General!
Learn how to be an amoral bottomfeeding subhuman piece of garbage with your least favorite /out/ists!
Quit your job trash your parents house and pop open those steelies boys and grils lets do this
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Any dirt bag climbers here?
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>>1043998
It's illegal to carry bear spray in most areas without bears.
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>>1027544
FLORIDA
WALMART PARKING LOTS
STATE PARKS
PIERS
DUMPSTER DIVING
BOLOGNA
My gf and I do this all the time to save money on road trips and vacations, we never have any problems other than where to get good coffee, next trip we plan on taking a coffee pot and a 100 foot extension cord ~ilk
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>>1027339

I happened to stumble upon this thread, have you ever asked the church for help?

Especially if your willing to try and work and get back on your feet?

I heard some success from it, but usually what I hear is most churches don't have the raw resources to help, though it would be a good try, especially if you get acquainted with the community and attend the church they will go out of their way to help you.
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>>1045301
Con: you have to go to church and be around church people.

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I'm planning to go /out/ in the SoCal San Gabriel Mountains (Near Los Angeles). Please post any stories about going /out/ there and how it went/experiences.

Any tips/tricks would be very appreciated!

pic related is where I'm going, here's a great video showcasing the place/area as well
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SiV23-CUToI
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>>1045271
this
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>>1045271
If it makes you feel any better, I left two used wag bags at Outpost Camp. Choke on a nigger'a duck
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>>1045292
Your a fucking idiot, punk ass.
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>>1043903
you can do the Gabrielino Trail (JPL) to Chantry Flat as a day hike (28 miles).

theres a lot of shade up there, but also boulders in some areas. bring boots. bring a USB powerbank, plenty of water or a water filter.

do it with a partner if you can. its black bear and mountain lion country up there. start early, around 6 AM
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>>1044589
>mfw i was about to hike the devils backbone during the Santa Ana winds

almost went full retard, glad I didnt

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some /out/ accident in your life?
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>>1041656
>be teenager
>with dad and sister in washington
>at some nature moutnain park thing
>waterfall and some small cliffs
>pretty as fuck
>decide I want to see the bottom
>get too close
>rock face is wet and slick
>slide 15ft until my heel catches on a rock
>scared shitless
>afraid to move
>yell for dad for about ten minutes
>shows up
>pulls me up with a stick

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Not an accident, but something that traumatized me as a child and has further prevented me from going into the ocean.

>On the west coast of mexico
>Tiger sharks spotted the day before
>Dad decides to flip the kayak out in the open water because "hurr sew funi"
>freak out because FUCKING SHARK SHITS
Never again.
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Had an accidental discharge of my 22WMRF while hunting once, luckily I was alone. Don't leave one in the chamber, kids.
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>First time out hiking.
>Decide to go up Tryfan in Wales.
>My old boots get a bunch of holes in a few days before.
>My grandfather offers me his after talking to him about it since we're the same size.
>Why the fuck not, beats wet feet or dropping a chunk of money on some good boots I think to myself.
>Making good time, about to summit.
>Feel sliding under my feet and fall a good 10 - 15ft backwards down hill landing against a rock next to a steep drop.
>Would have straight up killed me if I rolled down it.
>Check myself over and I've only got a couple minor cuts and I'm feeling sore all over.
>Check boots and it turns out that the souls have come off before and my grandfather had poorly glued them back together without telling me.
>School of hard knocks.
>Drag myself 3000ft downhill with no boots.
>Drive to the store and buy me some Altbergs.
>Never told him about it.
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Faceplanted into a patch of devil's club. I was able to dig most of the spines out but had to go to the doctor to get the ones in my eyelid removed.

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/tpg/-Tobacco Pipe General

Feel free to post tobaccos (no weed allowed), pipes, collections, pics of favorite combos for going /out/, pics of what you're doing with your pipe and any questions you might have.

Want to get into smoking pipes without spending too much cash?
Get a Missouri Meerschaum Legend corncob pipe and a pouch of either Prince Albert, Carter Hall or Half and Half tobacco, available at most drugstores.
Accessories needed: pipe, tobacco, lighter or matches, pipe cleaners, and either a regular old nail or a pipe tool (combination tamper, scoop, and small pick).
All of these together should run you less than $20.

Having trouble keeping your pipe lit? Pack it looser and smoke it slower than you think you need to, lightly tamping as needed when the smoke starts thinning out.
If you're still having trouble, try packing using the Frank Method, detailed here:
Part 1: http://youtu.be/kJP0JaNRw6Q
Part 2: http://youtu.be/9U5QbtyNxhA
Part 3: http://youtu.be/OMtHOAiO8CI


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>>1045206
Well damn, now I know what my problem is. Someone told me that you're not supposed to let it dry. My Frosty Mint is fairly wet.
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>>1045216
You don't want it fully desiccated because then it tastes like ass, but most aromatics come quite a bit wetter than what is ideal because they expect it to dry out as you smoke through it and they don't want it going stale before you finish it.
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>>1045216
The easy way to gauge proper moisture is with a pinch test.
Your tobacco should be moist enough to spring back when you pinch it, but not so moist that it feels wet at all.
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>>1045225
That's when humidifying packs like pic related are called for.
When things start tasting faded, throw your tobacco into a ziplock bag or glass Mason jar (more ideal), drop a humidifying pack into it and wait a couple of days. When the humidity equalizes it should taste how you remember it.
The nice thing about those particular humifiers is that they work two ways-when the tobacco is too wet they will absorb moisture too, unlike other humidifiers. When things are REALLY dry I still like the older types for dumping larger amounts of water into the tobacco, but when it's close, in goes the two-way pack.
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>>1045124
Recognize that painting!

that hangs in the National Gallery of Denmark!

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Seems like there's a serious lack of enthusiasm for this topic, so post away!
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>>1044803
The music often sucks, but I love the Youngbloods videos. Beautiful scenery, beautiful women, and just cool atmosphere. Super jealous of those guys and the things they get to see and do.
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>>1043605
Have any of you raged underwater?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ia376QKMHM
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I started working at a Diver's Supply store in between the college semester. I'll be doing my check /out/ dive soon and I'm going to knock as much of the ERDI stuff as possible out before nursing school consumes all of my time.
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Anyone have any experience with commercial diving? Looks pretty demanding but apparently the pay is good
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>>1045291
I know a lot of people that do it, kind of sucks, you never dive anywhere good and the viz always sucks but the pay is good after you get the training and all that shit

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Wasn't really sure which board this belonged to but /out/ seemed as good as any. Do any of you use and recommend military rations as good backpacking sustenance? Perhaps not solely but serving as a high calorie base and adding other stuff too? What sort of stuff would serve as a good supplement to them? Those who do have experience, what are the pros cons? I've heard constipation is an issue but that seems easily resolvable if you're prepared for it.

I had a mate in the TA(brit army thing) back at uni and she offloaded loads of her 24 hour ration packs to me at the time. I remember they actually tasted pretty awesome and were really quite substantial (hence why she never finished or even cracked them all open). But I wonder do other countries have better rations? And where is the best place to go about buying these sorts of things?
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>>1045148
>about to come into service
What good is an aircraft carrier with no fucking planes?

You scrapped 90% of your Harriers and mothballed the rest, you have exactly 0 operational Harriers. You also have exactly 0 F35's to launch off it. The QE is a glorified helicopter taxi until you pull the scotsman out of your coin purse and actually buy some planes.
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>>1045158
>tfw you get issued an MRE
>tfw it has Charms in it
>tfw they stopped putting Charms in MRE's 10 years before you joined
Botulism here I come!
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>>1045190
Okay I guess this was a little exaggerated.

6 years before I joined (1999 was the last year Charms were put in MRE's). Which means the MRE expired at least 12 years ago.
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>>1045186
>bong army hasn't seen combat at all since WW2
Haha what? Are you high? Have you somehow missed all of the British troops that went off to assist in your county's madness in Iraq and Afghanistan? Many of which were killed by your military's gross incompetence might I add.

>most effective military ever to exist
HAHAHA I can't believe you actually think that. Ignoring some of the obvious historical greats like the mongols and the romans, even just considering relatively modern ones you don't get 1st prize. Aside from the substandard quality of your troops, the age in which your military exists is one which doesn't not permit it to bring its full might to bear. The only good thing about your military is its size and how much money is thrown at it. And it's all wasted since you can't actually make full use of it. Most effective my arse hahahah. Try that claim again once you've conquered half the world and brought those countries directly under your control.
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>>1045189
We still have an array of typhoons for the moment. And there is a large order of F-35B Lightning IIs incoming. 24 sometime next year to fully fit the HMS Queen Elizabeth and another 20 by 2023 for the HMS Prince of Wales. There's no great rush, it's highly unlikely we'll need them in the next few months.

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Discuss /out/ related car shit.
Post picture of your vehicle, ask questions, argue over what car to buy, and if 4x4 is even required, lust after Soviet dinosaurs, post interesting vehicles for sale in your area, etc
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Went to view a Land Rover today.
The ad said Defender, but the vendor admitted it was an older one with a "facelift".

I Was still interested in buying up to that point, so we went for a drive.

Definitely the worst car I've ever driven.
If someone had told me how terrible this car was to drive I never would have believed them.
It's nothing like I expected.
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>>1045131
They're rough and have no shoulder room, eh?

But they'll run into 200k and down the forests like needed and are the only acceptable "cube" vehicles besides the G-Wagons.

Where do you live?
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>>1043101
This is why I'm going to be joining that 4Runner life soon. Once my XJ goes to poop, there's no way I'll be able to justify another, so might as well dump it off before it gets bad and get a 4Runner.
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>>1045276
The shoulder thing was one of them.
Apparently you're not supposed to sit facing towards the wheel, but facing slightly inward, and your elbow is supposed to extend out the window, while you steer by pivoting your wrist up and down .

There is like 2.75" of room between the wheel and the door. Almost enough room for your knuckles.

The vendor had to explain all the car's quirks and the complicated systems for working them before allowing me to drive.

We met just after 4pm and as I left it was getting dark. So at least 4 hours of him explaining 'system' and technicas'.

Now I know all the 27 spots LandRovers leak oil, and that the gearbox drain plug uses a "English 1/2 inch wrench. Muy muy muy importante never a 13mm or bad things happen"
Also the drain plug is magnetized to pick up metal shavings caused by the oil being too low. But I shouldn't worry because the gearbox is "Kalashnikov" and can run without oil.

And that the way to know if reverse is engaged and not 1st is that the gear stick almost touches the dashboard in reverse.


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>>1034303
>my WRX outperforms 99%
No it doesn't. You're a vaping faggot who wanted to put out that he owns a WRX. Go back to instagram and facecuck. It's where you belong.

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19 yr old guy here,

About to go live in the nearby woods for 10 days to get away from my crazy family with nothing but a book and 5 bottles of water (there's a nearby drinking fountain to refill)-

-I need to lose weight (I'm kind of obese)
-I need to de-stress
-My mother and father are both alcoholic and are a huge pain in the ass

pic=not me but looks almost just like me
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>>1045182
>hyena
>in USA
nigga u wut
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>>1042509
femanon here, you look nice ;]
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>>1045261
unfortunately the pic is of someone who looks like me.... but isn't fat as fuck like I am. Sorry babe
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>>1045266
nooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo
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>>1045286
fraid so hun ='[

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Hello /out/.
Im gonna go camping for a few days. This will be the first time im gonna go camping alone and for a long period of time. Ill go to a place far away from any civilization and desu im kind of spooked. I dont go camping alot but i want to try something new and i think going camping alone for about a week will boost my thirst for nature, innawoods and such. Any tips/advice?
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>>1043890
You should really bring a buddy. Only experienced campers should be alone. If the solitude is what you want, then you dont need to setup near each other, but having a lifeline within a few hundred yards is invaluable.
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>>1043890
Camping alone only boosts my thirst for people to talk to and a fast food burger.
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Due to most people on 4chan having terrible social skills, we end up having threads about this exact topic on a weekly basis here. Here are two that are still up you can check out:
>>1022038
>>1028501
There's nothing inherently more dangerous or more scary about solo camping if you have any kind of experience in the backcountry. That said, it might help people give you advice if you told us where you intend to go and your personal history in the outdoors. The kind of advice given to a former Boy Scout who knows the basics but just never went /out/ much without a group is going to be very different from the kind of advice given to someone who is totally out of shape and was raised by television and video games but now wants to do a circuit of the Tetons solo.

I'll list a few basic questions below. If you want to answer them here, it will help move this conversation forward. If not, I'd still recommend thinking about them for your own sake.

>1) If you plan to do any hiking with a backpack, then what is your level of physical fitness, particularly cardiovascular? What distance can you run at a moderate jog without stopping?

>2) Do you have any camping equipment and what do you have? In particular, think about your sleeping bag, sleeping pad, tent, rain gear, backpack and a way to keep the gear inside dry if it rains, your water treatment device or chemicals, and a stove (if you plan to cook or boil water for dehydrated meals).

>3) When/how many times have you gone camping before and how did it go? How involved were you in planning the trip?

>4) What is the general area and type of terrain where you want to go camping this time (specifics would be nice, but not required if you are afraid of people stalking you)? Have you gone there before with other people and do you have maps of the area?


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>>1.
Im kind of big-boned. I have a little bit of fat but have a musscely build and i can jog around 20minutes without stoping. I hike in the mountains alot.
>>2.
I have a fiarly good BOB that I use to go camping. I dont like tents so i use a tarp to cover my head from rain and stuff. I have alot of quality tools, machetes a good knife, good multitool, a really expensive flashlight, bushcraft kit, etc... Ive went trough a couple of camping checklists and made a thread about a year ago for gear and i have everything.
>>3.
Ive went about 8-10 times. I planed the trip like 5 times out of that.
>>4.
I want to go wold camping. I live in Slovenia, flora and fauna here are like any central-european country. I live in the hills and all around me are dense forests, big mossy rocks, alot of deadwood, big pine and oak trees. I wont post a map for the sace of annonimity, but here is a picture of how the forests look like here if its any help.
>>5.
Fishing, building a bushcraft shelter with isolation walls, camp kitchen frame, basicly a temporary living quarter if you wish to call it that, i want to try bow hunting, hiking and photography

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paying for tours doesn't count edition

Previous thread: >>988998

Asking 'any spots in x' will most likely not yield any useful responses. Find your own locations, it aint hard, google earth and flickr's map search are your friend.

If posting photos, your phone pictures don't need to be 3.95mb, resize.

proper pastbin coming soon
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>>1034420
ani@eightchan(dot)co
replace eight with 8, fuckin' cuckchan.
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>>1039213
Rekt
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>>1039213

That's totally bs. To prove you wrong, here's a picture of mine.
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>>1033417
>>1033426
>>1033429
>>1033441

Good shit like this is why I can never leave 4chan anon, thanks!



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