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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

What does /out/ do for a living?

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Hey /out/. Was wondering what kind of jobs you guys are doing to keep away from desks and fluorescent tombs. I'm a uni drop out with nothing but a high school education to back me up and I want to try and find some blue collar work in the outdoors or at the least, of a physical nature. So what are you all into?

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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What's the coolest /out/ related thing I can buy for $50 or less? Also >Recent purchase thread Pic unrelated
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Always thought I should have some basic survival shit down pat. Like if I was stuck on an island I would not know what to do, can anyone link me to some guides or whatever on basic survival stuff? making fires, hunting, food, tying ropes etc
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What kind of license or certification is required to drive one of these things in the US and how do I go about getting it?
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Hello /out/ In which temperatures would the shelter in this video still be comfy without a sleeping bag? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dKmr-I1IAac PS, has anyone actually made one of these round shelters, they look really comfy.
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Can anyone tell me what this is? It's greenish and shiny, round and it bleeds. (The cat dragged it in), it also seemed... Hard... When the cat bit it. Never seen anything like it. Location: Norway.
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What do you enjoy doing when you are /out/ I enjoy getting comfy and smoking a pipe
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I made a walking stick :3
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so /out/ i was wondering if stargazing actually looks like this or if it were even possible to see an image like this with the naked eye? maybe it's just skepticism but I feel like all the space-scape images I see are computer generated/manipulated in some way. anyone got some pictures they've taken to share?
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it's snowing like fuck and I have no car. can I ski over snow piled up over sidewalks? what about snowshoes? I'm worried I'm going to trip in the snow crossing the street and get run over by a truck that can't stop.
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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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ask a railroader anything
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The nearby smokejumper base is hiring firefighters for the 2015 season, what are my chances of getting hired and passing rookie training? Anyone in here have smokejumper experience? Seems like it would be a pretty kickass job.
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http://gizmodo.com/5909950/how-to-sharpen-a-knife-like-a-bad-ass-boy-scout Is this legit? Couldn't learn anything from the comments Also knife sharpening thread I guess

Poems for the wilds

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I'm going on a long-distance hike of 2+ months, and I'm not going to add ounces to my load by carrying books. Hence I want to memorize as many poems as possible before I leave. When I was 12 I started memorizing the Rime of the Ancient Mariner, which can now entertain me for a solid half-hour on a monotonous stretch of trail or while my billy is boiling. I'm hungr for more, but it's only a certain type of poem which begs to be memorized. Are there any lines of verse which you guys take with you into the wild to keep you company?
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good afternoon sc/out/s of New York, I'm fairly new to the North Country, just got stationed out here in Drum in the late winter(spring) didnt do a damn thing this summer besides get shitfaced at rathole bars. I dont like that, so im planning a trip to the high peaks area as soon as all this nasty weather clears up. the issue is I dont have a good trail map and I dont want to wait for my map to get shipped in so I was hoping one of you wonderful folks could tell me if there was a trail connecting Mt. Marcy and Algonquin peak. also any tips for summiting the two. I plan on starting at the Adirondack Loj, hiking up Marcy then Algonquin and ending the trip full circle at the Loj for a nice rest in a warm bed. I'm going with a nice leisurely pace and taking lots of pictures because this is probably going to be the only time I spend up North. the whole thing will probably take two three days and a fourth night at the Loj. TL;DR is there a path between Mount Marcy and Algonquin Peak? Tips for the two? and General High Peaks Area

Canada

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Canada intrigues me. I am in upstate NY and the Adirondacks are getting too touristy. Vermont and NH and PA don't really have the waterways that Canada does. Where are some of the best wild places in Canada? How can you access them? Is it worth the trip and the border crossing ordeal?
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