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Did you know: Ethan Becker is Conehead
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what does /out/ think of alice packs? good, cheap packs or garbage?

Hiking in PNW

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If you are ever in the Pacific Northwest checkout some of the trials over by Mount Baker. theres a trail called Skyline Divide that is stellar
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Any vermonters here? What do you like about Vermont? What don't you like?
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Does anyone here have any experience with WWOOF? http://wwoof.net/ A guy on Wizardchan made a post about it, but he seemed a lot like a shill and I want to know if it's a slave labor camp or something before I sign up.
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Hello /out/, I was wondering why swords aren't more commonly used while /out/doors. They can chop through basically anything and are exceptionally sharp. They would be perfect for batoning, carving, shaving, and pretty much anything you'd need a much smaller thinner knife for, and you wouldn't need to replace it as often (If ever) Is there some reason that this sort of thing isn't more common?
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Canada is the only country that has all 4 of the major bear species: Black, Brown, Grizzly and Polar. What have you done lately America?
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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/?
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Anyone here know what its like being a bush pilot? Ive been looking for some way to combine my love of the /out/ and aviation

Needs /k/nowledge

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Oy! Fresh from /k/ here if it wasn't obvious. If there comes a time when SHTF then I simply plan to hide out for a while innawoods. I want my cat to survive. He is very important to me. What do I need to know to keep kitty alive out there?

Odd Plant identification

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I had not seen this plant in a long time until recently. My dad told me, when i was a small child, that he used to chew this when he was a kid, as a surrogate for tobacco to feel grown up. I ran across it again recently, several states from where I grew up. It's the same appearance, scent, texture, everything that I remember. But I have NO idea what it is. It crushes with a very fresh scent, smelling a bit like carrots when it dries. I have never seen flowers on one of these. The first portion is a stand, roughly six feet in height. The plants are tender and fragrant at a foot or so in height. Region is the Gulf coast and south-east US (the above photographed in central Georgia this past weekend). I have shown the photos to a friend who knows wild plants fairly well, and he is clueless. A coworker is familiar with seeing the plants but has never touched them.
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hey /out/ first time poster I was wondering if you guys could share your fur tanning techniques. and how they come out. I'm very interested in tanning and would appreciate tips, tricks, stories, anything about skinning/tanning/fleshing.

Internal vs External

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and size/\material of pack >3 months long trip. >2 people on trip together >walking mostly from state to state >maybe train >will be carrying probably lots of gear already searched /out/ catalog andsome threads couldnt find the info needed >tl;dr 3 month trip, internal vs external with high weight
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Are you /out/ creative or consumerist? Plz share your opinion and your ideas. I do enjoy looking at outdoor producys , but what I really like is to use things that are simple when I am out. I cannot imagine myself riding a bike with a matching helmet, biking clothes, and special shoes. I just bike with regular clothes. Some camping gear are unnecessary and overpriced. Regular household products work just fine. For example, a zip bag or an empty container with a large opening( like protein powder container) work just as well as water proof cases. One day o couth a fish with a reflective candy wrapper. I still se things that I bought, but I
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Hey sc/out/s, which series by Ray Mears should I watch first? Which has the most about tools/techniques useful for innawoods? When I tried asking my friends questions about bushcraft, they started talking about sleeping in carcasses and drinking your own piss. I'm quite positive this is not the best approach to hiking.
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who's in mumbai?
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So I just got into camping no so long ago and i've been car camping five times in the past 12 months. Currently a more experienced friend of mine wants to put together a 3 day/2 night trekking trip at the end of this month. Problem is, I'm not in that great of shape and can do probably 5 miles tops before I need to rest for the day and this trip could range from 15-20 miles. Is it possible to get myself in good enough shape by then or would i be better off not going since i could slow my friends down? I also don't know that much about packing/selecting food for a backpacking tip, nor do i have a compact stove or anything of the like. I'm in NJ btw and we might do the Batona, Appalachian (start at delaware water gap) or somewhere else.

Help identifying pest on plant

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So for the past few weeks I've been seeing what appears to be gnats flying around near my plants, thinking they were fungus gnats I let my plants dry out and applied some imid. This didn't seem to do much and I'm still seeing these little things flying around. During this time I've also noticed my plant has not been looking very healthy, after a closer inspection I noticed these small yellowish/white elongated bugs crawling around on the surface, I figure they're about 1 to 1.5mm in length. They look too long to be root aphids and they don't look like springtails to me. After hours of searching I still cant seem to figure out what it is and how to treat, please help me fellow /out/doorsman ! Sorry for shitty pic, I had to take it through a 15x magnifying glass with my phone since I don't have my good camera on me.
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Hey /out/ anyone do fly fishing in the bays/harbors of so cal? Any advise before i go out there? Also....is a 9' 8wt with ts-350 line good enough.
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I envy you so much, I have agoraphobia and anxiety for years, I haven't left my house since 2009
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