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Hello /out/, I have a question... 15 posts and 0 image replies omitted. Click to view.
Hello /out/, I have a question for any of you axe lovers. I recently bought a cheap axe from an antique flea market for like $10. It was pretty rusty and there was no sign of any maker's mark so i have no way of identifying it; however, I took the time to polish the head and after doing so I noticed the head of the axe was extremely hard and I couldn't even file it. I even accidentally dropped it and it took a chunk of my concrete floor out while seeming to do nothing to the axe edge. So basically, are old axes (felling axe in this case) supposed to be hardened? Did I waste my $10 or is this still a possibly good axe?
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Anyone else ever used something like this out of excitement or....urge to explain intricacy of plans? Like so excited that you have to document it, but knowing that no-one else would care about your adventure, you try to make it as entertaining as possible? Or am I the only guy who plans ahead for this shit?
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What company makes the best deer whistle?
how would I best go about... 17 posts and 2 image replies omitted. Click to view.
how would I best go about packing a bow saw blade?
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What do you guys think about this Helikon shirt? I'm thinking about ordering one in camogrom (similar to multicam) for general innawoods purposes. http://helikon-tex.com/#!/Camo/CAMOGROM/BL-SFU-PR
Hey /out/I went to /trv/ about... 4 posts and 0 image replies omitted. Click to view.
Hey /out/ I went to /trv/ about this first and they said maybe I should ask you guys. I've been (very) slowly starting to plan a trip to Alaska next summer, but I'm kind of stuck about what I can and can't do. I'm a huge fan of camping and survival, and realy excited about trekking, backpacking and exploring the wilderness. Plus I've got this (childish) dream of exploring the Yukon and following in the first gold prospector's footsteps. I got the idea from hearing about the Seavey and the Iditarod, specificaly Dallas Seavey. My issue is, I've seen Into the Wild and a few survival shows about Alaska, and it looks tough. I don't want to underestimate mother nature in her rawest form, so I was wondering if it would actualy be possible to go trekking in Alaska without getting mauled or freezing to death. By the way, I consider Into the Wild a good example what not to do when preparing a trip in the wilderness... I'm from Switzerland, I've been on many hikes and a few camping trips, but I don't have huge amounts of experience when it comes to full on wilderness. Plus even though I've read up on them alot, we don't have bears here. I do know my basics though, like starting fires, setting up a camp, getting off the ground, planning for flash floods, hiding food etc. So my questions are the following: - Would it be possible to plan a trekking trip through Alaska's wilderness, or am I being dreamy? - If it is possible, which area should I be trekking in? I'd love to see the real wilderness if possible
Hi /out/ short time lurker... 8 posts and 4 image replies omitted. Click to view.
Hi /out/ short time lurker first time poster figured that this would be the best place to ask. I am moving to a property in Nova Scotia with my family. This property is 100 acres with ten acres cleared, on the ten acres is a house, barn, lake, and large garden. The rest of the property is mostly unexplored and has dense forest it is supposed to have the best hunting in the area. i was hoping to get advice and tips on what i would need to be semi self sufficient i do not know much about living in the woods and really need help >tldr: OP is moving innawoods and doesnt wanna die/be useless. pic related is the house.


Camping? 3 posts and 1 image replies omitted. Click to view.
I want to go camping for the first time ever around the NYC area. Anyone have any suggestions about where to go? Trying to go to a place for 4th of July, so a lot of areas that need reservations are most likely booked already.
How would climbing a mountain... 12 posts and 0 image replies omitted. Click to view.
How would climbing a mountain unprepared end up? Would it be McCandless level of disaster? Is it possible to climb mountains relatively unprepared with not much experience? Note I'm not talking about climbing to the top of Everest wearing only shorts and a windbreaker, but rather the lack of preparation and experience that doomed McCandless. Or is climbing a mountain different from long term living in the bush, because no one goes to climb a mountain and stay there, there's a goal in mind to get up and the off. To narrow the issues, I'm not talking about Appalachian tier mountains that don't have a tree line. I'm thinking Rockies, Andes, Himalayas, and alps.

Doing some camping for the first time

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So I live in the I.E. and am looking to do some camping out in the desert and some shooting. Where is a good place? I heard the calico mountains are nice and was wondering if anyone has gone there? I'm going for 3 days and its next week. I realize I'm going to be missing some things in my pack but I will have plenty of water.
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Hey /out/ I'm looking for a website that advertised accommodation on farms, in exchange for manual labour.
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I posted something in another... 26 posts and 2 image replies omitted. Click to view.
I posted something in another board that many people disagreed with, and someone told me to get >>>/out/. So I found my way here. You guys seem cool, what do you do for fun in the great outdoors?
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I don't see flowers discussed a whole lot, but then again I haven't been on /out/ long. So /out/ what flowers are you growing? What seeds have you grown from scratch? How do you grow yours and what's your set up? Pic related, Top trays are Godetia, pots at the back are salvia, pots in the middle are the start of some lupin and the tray at the front I recently seeded some poppy seeds I harvested from my old ones. Trays at the bottom are all forget-me-nots, a favourite of mine.

Guess that plant!

Guess that plant! 66 posts and 8 image replies omitted. Click to view.
I've got a garden full of unidentified plants. I'd like to know what exactly they are so I can research how to take care of them. Anyone who can help will have my deepest gratitude. --- 1/26 This one seems to be some kind of grass.
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