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Incase any of you wanted some free socks they pretty thick. http://prelaunch.thesocks.com/index.php?s=GnOqIn
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hey there, spr/out/! so, I've been thinking- what are some wilderness tips and tricks that people commonly wouldn't think of? random things, they can be as specific or as general as you want. here's mine: a frisbee is excellent for fanning a fire certain kinds of plants or parts of plants can be toxic to burn. it may be beneficial to read up on this. just recently one of the kids at the park I work in took a young branch that was coming out of a chopped off limb, threw it on the fire, and it started producing a shit ton of smoke, burning my lungs and throat, and made me cough and basically unable to breathe because it made me feel really weird- from 20 feet away. knot tying helps with everything. a lot. similarly, with a little bit of reading on physics and a few pulleys you can turn what would be a terribly exhausting bear-hang into a quick and easy task (well, except for throwing the damn rope over the tree branch- a carabiner clipped through a small loop at the end of the rope helps very well with this, by the way). this is especially useful if you are in a larger group camping for a longer time and have a very heavy lot of food.
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Hey /Out/ What Knife do you have? I Have a simple Leatherman Wave i take everywhere, what do you use when you go /out/ and what do you have with you at all times?

/out/ Cooking

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Getting tired of ramen or dehydrated meals... Anyone got any good innawoods recipes + innawoods cooking general. >pic related looking for good bannock recipe to try out
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4 days, 3 nights is the perfect amount of time for a camping trip. Prove me wrong.

Bozeman Hiking

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Hey /out/. I'm going to be arriving in Bozeman, Montana tomorrow and I was wondering if any of you are Bozemanites. If so, do you have any favorite hikes?
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Everyone on earth is killed except for the people who have posted on this thread. You get the choice to kill yourself, or you get 10 minutes and then you're teleported to a FULLY stocked costco populated by the people who have posted in this thread, with the objects on your person (what you are wearing and holding, your weight is the max you can carry). The building is sealed, although air still goes through the vents, and the building still gets power, it gets water, and it gets gas for the stoves. If you dig at the walls, you just get more wall, if you dig down, you get dirt. The other boards are alive and are sealed in different stores, though they have the same amount of members (randomly selected), as there is in our store. There is no way of knowing where their stores could be. The store is completely stocked, with every self and aisle being full of merchandise. The warehouse in the back is also completely full The internet still exists, though you can only talk to people who survived How does /out/ plan to survive?
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Hey out, I literally don't know where else to go with this. But I'm looking for a cheap fake lion pelt hat. I'm don't have 15 grand for a real lion pelt.
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How do I keep mosquitoes from biting me? And PLEASE don't tell me to use insect repellant, I don't believe in that sort of stuff.
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Hi /out/ I spend most of my free time innawoods, but there's also quite alot of heathland in my area. I'd appreciate some pointers or stories about camping/trekking in heath, or similar terrain? >pic related, in my area
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What is the name of this kind of reel and are they any good? I only fish in creeks, streams, and ponds if that makes a difference to the answer about whether or not they are "good".
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Sup, /out/ Im planning to do a 3 day hike/camp of the segment of the Appalachian Trail that runs through Massachusetts. What resources should i use to plan this? Googling results in a lot of confused trailmaps and requests for me to buy membership to the A-T conservancy fund. Its a simple enough venture, 2 nights/3 days. I could just show up at any of the major forest points of the trail and take it from there, but i was hoping someone might have better advice than general googling could give me. Im very open to other nearby rural camping spots/trails that would make for a good 3 day trip. Has anyone done any wilderness hiking through New England or the Appalachian Trail that knows of any particularly awesome spots or trails? (picture of a luna moth i spotted in a previous camping trip unrelated though awesome)

Plant Identification Thread

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Hey guys, wondering if we could get a plant identification thread going. I live in Northern California, and this prolific little guy has sprung up all around my garden. Wondering if we have any burgeoning botanists with any clue as to what it might be?

Basha Building

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Anyone got any tips on building any sort of basha. Pic related as it is what a basha is
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How bad is the whole UV durability issue with nylon? What other common fabrics degrade with UV exposure? Gear/tech general, too.
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Am I /out/ yet?
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Which mountain house is best mountain house?
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hi, /out/ i recently acquired a few boonie hats and was wondering what are some things YOU would store on your hat?
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I found a better alternative to the Kelly Kettle! I always loved the idea, been close to buy i several times, but every time, i've been hesitating; it's smart, efficient, cool, but it has always bug me, that the cork prop is included, and has no use at at, other than when you want to leave hot water untouched. Using the prop will make it explode. Literally, I have a friend who got a large first degree burning from leaving it, he was stupid anyway. http://www.petromax.de/en/products.html#feuerkanne The German PetroMax has made this, and creating it much more user friendly, with a standard issued top mount for using cooking pots, better handle, and a better packing of it self. I'm about to go all stereo typical like /int/ about this product, but damn it's looks nice.
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don't know if this is the right place for this.... does /out/ know anything about the fall 2014 polar vortex? specifically when its beginning exactly? i've heard late september, but i'm not 100%.
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