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I am interesrested in seeing what you bring along for dayhikes. here is a picture i found on the internet is this really what i need? what do you carry?
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Thinking of hiking the Georgia section of the Appalachian Trail this December. Floridian who has never seen snow or hiked up a hill that wasn't a parking garage... or hiked at all. Can I do it?

Frend

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Hey every one i'm looking for frends if you want be my frend mail: :( justfor4chanmail@inbox.com
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Remember, he's always looking out for you, no matter where you are.

Stove Thread

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Stove thread... I just received my Solo Stove this evening. I tried it with the alcohol burner and I like what I see. It boiled a half pot of water in 8 minutes. The stove fits nice and snug in the pot and makes for a compact set up for hiking. More pics to follow
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I haven't seen a thread on this, so I was wondering: What kind of food do you guys do when backpacking/camping? Do you carry dehydrated food, or do you have a cooler full of hot dogs and burgers? I'm interested in what everyone does, for all their meals. Trying to get an idea of what to do for my first camping trip. Nothing special, just driving my car to a local forest campground and pitching a tent.

BOOTS GENERAL

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Anyone got a pair of Uncle Ray's favourites? >rogue boots I'm contemplating a pair but would like some input.
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>Visiting the fam for Thanksgiving >Two brothers want me to take them camping >I've been camping 4 times but I hike a lot >wondering how to equip them for a trip without breaking the bank They're going to be using their school backpacks and I will be lending them my winter gear. I just really have no idea on what to do with the tent/ sleeping bag situation. We're going to be looking at 15-40 degree temps. Were going to be camping in Southern Indiana.

Optical phenomena

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Saw this amazing halo around my shadow in some cloud in the welsh mountains *Crib Goch) on saturday. Post some other optical phenomena you have photographed when /out/
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This is the only place I could think of to post this. I'm looking for a Swiss Army Knife that has the scissors AND the can opener. I only found the Climber, so far. Any help would and will be appreciated. >pic related
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anyone know any good shoes which i can run and somewhat hike (short distances with small bag) which have low heel and dont look too crazy in public?
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It's nearing that time of year, so let's have a nice cozy thread to talk about winter! Talk about your favorite winter activities, places, memories, etc. Here's a video to get you in the mood: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3ytUDVBURYU&list=UU07A8w97Xum15QA7NGN_PdQ I used to downhill ski every weekend back in Utah, but since moving to the Midwest, I've started cross country. I love it.

living in the woods

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I don't want to live my life working in an office. What guides can /out/ give me for living off nothing? Has anyone tried it?
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Imagine for a moment I have a clean plastic barrel. The lid has been taken off and placed outdoors in a non-sheltered area. It rains very often here. Within a few days, it should fill to the brim with water. Ipso facto this will earn me a constant supply of drinkable water. Where have I gone wrong? Where is the misstep of logic?

Stuff they don't want you to know

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While the Swiss Army Knife has been popular for years, the Swiss Navy Knife has remained largely unheard of. Its single blade functions as a tiny canoe paddle.

awesome /out/ fathers

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>tfw your dad loves hiking and outdoors activities >buys you your first knife age 7 >teaches you how to carve sticks as a kid >writes your name in charcoal with the date on the roof of an outdoor camping area where you cooked a snack after hiking as a kid >gets you into fishing >>you fucking love fishing >buys you a boat so he can take you fishing because you both are passionate about the sporting aspects of it >teaches you how to kill, gut and fillet a fish >>mother teaches you how to cook so you make tasty meals from your catch >takes you on fishing/hiking/camping trips across the state >takes you to a gun range to enjoy firearms >takes you surf fishing/crabbing/collecting mollusks so you can eat delicious seafood you caught let's hear it, /out/, share your tales of awesome Dads who taught you a deep love for the outdoors. Mothers too, just a bit less common.
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Are there any comfy ways to enjoy the /out/doors in the winter?
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rate https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=etXTK2Cedy4
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Long shot here, but does anyone want to camp on Mt. San Gorgonio summit on the 15th, or climb Mt. Whitney over Thanksgiving? Any experienced winter backpackers/mountaineers here?

Urban Exploring

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Maning the controls of an active formal power station in New Zealand.
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