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sugar maples

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hi /out/, my family has a farm on the countryside, not really a farm, but it used to be. there are some trees at the north of the garden all rotten and dead and about to fall down. i was thinking about replacing it with a sugar maple. i would love to harvest some syrup from it. is there anyone with experience down here or should i look at /an/? thanks.
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stomping grounds thread.... I live on the wasatch back between park city and Uinta national forest. But I often head south to canyon lands or Bryce for desert sessions though. where do you frequent /out/?

Lightweight & Ultralight General

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Got nowhere particularly suitable to post stuff about being lightweight, so figured I'd make a new general. If this one doesn't kick off, I won't bother making others in future. Post ITT: Lightweight gear, systems and food Boast about the weight of your pack before realising how much you pale in comparison to others. (There's always a lighter pack). Discuss the pros and cons of lightweight in general.

SNAKE?! SNAKE! SNAAAAAKE!

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GOD DAMN IT /out/! I was checkin my mail and when riding my bike back to my house some bitch flew around a blind turn and creamed this pour bastard. hes not dead yet and sill squirming WHAT DO I DO and can I make him into anything/how do they taste also snake appreciation/encounter thread
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what does /out/ think of alice packs? good, cheap packs or garbage?
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I was frightened today because I thought it might have been my final day of living at home. It would have meant I would have been kicked out into the Irish countryside with no money, no support from government services, abandoned by family and friends, with scarce provisions to survive as a homeless. It's a terrifying situation to be in. Luckily I was able to avoid this outcome for the meantime... but my God! I had to quickly decide what to take with me, and where I would go. I'm not really up for discussing my personal situation, but I would like if you could offer advice in how to cope with the prospect of being homeless. Thanks' homies.
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Are there any good location-sharing GPS apps for android? I want to share my location in real-time with friends and family who can view it from a desktop computer when I go on hikes and run around innawoods. I downloaded Glympse, but it seems like it's designed more for urbanites and commuters and the interface is too clunky. Also, the previous path I've taken disappears from their view after about 10 minutes of walking.
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Anybody have an Osprey Daylite? If so, what do you do with the waist strap when you aren't using it? I rarely use it but I don't want to cut it off. Also backpack/daypack general so that the thread isn't useless.

Hiking Pictures

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Mt. Si, Washington
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I'm new to adventure stuff and I was thinking about getting a watch >I was thinking about getting asio g-shock ga-100 >is it any good? >what kind of watches are you wearing

Camping with girlfriend: Possible?

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Hello, /out/siders! I have a fairly newfag problem, but I thought I wouldn't get anything if I asked. I would like to go camping with my GF, and I want to make her first /out/ experience as enjoyable as possible. She never even slept in a tent, so I want to know what are the little things that really make your trip something more. Anything, recipes, favourite past-time activities, everything you find awesome at a trip.
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Recently found a nice deer stand and ladder on my property. It's on the border of my neighbor's and my property but I know it's not his. What should I do with it? pic sem-related
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Does Anyone have any tips on King Salmon Fishing? I'm in a boat, have tried qwikfish, spinners, jigging, and trolling. Haven't even got a bite. Help Please
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ITT: Favourite camping experiences. >Me, 3 months ago >Bring my 8 year old nephew down from Cardiff >tent, fishing gear, torch, innawoods kit >Nephew pumped >I'm pumped >fast forward 4 hours >found spot, start fishing. >catch 2 small brown trout >Trout stake >tastesgoodman >Fast forward a few hours, go into tent >Fires out. Eaten fucking delicious wild trout >Showing theo how to use a knife safely >Pull out a surprise >Portable dvd player I bought >Nephewbro closes it >Says "Anon, we're camping, no DVD's" >MFW He's going far. What about you sc/out/s Pic incredibly unrelated.
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My Allez Compact. It's been almost a year since I got it. Never had any major issues. Still have all the original parts on it - even the tires. It has a Claris 2300 groupset. The chain has come off a couple of times. The frame is amazing, very light, ride is comfy. I got it brand new for 600 euros. Was expensive, but a year later I feel it was a good purchase. I do about 10 miles a day. Fell free to post recommendations, comments, or your own experiences with your bicycles.

Rock Carving

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hey /out/, my dream right now is to hike out into some wilderness, find some decent sized rocks or boulders, and then carve basic shapes/sculptures out of them or onto them. Ideally something interesting enough but not specific enough to make people passing by question what it is and stop and enjoy. It seems like spending a day out in the woods just meditatively chipping away would be really nice. Plus leaving something interesting may add something to someone else who happens upon it. My question is, what type of tools would i need and are rocks that easily carve-able?

Battery packs

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Could we get a battery pack thread going as I'm in the market for one. So much choice out there it's a bit baffling. I've had a cheaply one for around 3 years and. It still does 3 full iphone charges and it only cost me £12 Quite interested in solar panels First person to mention the biolite stove gets slapped

best things about the outdoors

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Let's start. 1. No niggers. Pls add to the list.
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hey /out/ Is there anyway I can go about skinning a bear in order to fashion similar to the one pictured?
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