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>The Year of Our Lord 1325+689 >not using the most practical clothing possible >top-tier fashion and durability >proven quality >great in cold and wet conditions >several hundred years of practical use It's like you guys aren't even trying. Cloak up, bitches
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http://www.gofundme.com/Ride-For-Veterans Worth a look at what this guys doing.

hermit / eremite

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Danila Tkachenko's book "Escape" looks pretty interesting. more pics: http://www.spiegel.de/fotostrecke/eremiten-fotoband-escape-ueber-aussiedler-in-russland-fotostrecke-119861.html
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is there any type of wood that /out/ would advice against as firewood? bad odour, poisonous, other hazards,etc etc pic related. do not use bamboo as a firewood unless you've split it. the water inside the bamboo will essentially make the thing as a pipe bomb when burned.

Into the wild

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Let's discuss what this faglord could have done to survive
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This is the camera iv been using the past 10 years, i'm looking for a new camera i could take /out/ that is light weight, id honestly like a film camera, but i might switch to digital. so what camera does /out/ use >inb4 go pro >inb4 iphone
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hello fellow members of /out/, could you recommend some books about survival? thank you
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I need some help. Please. If anyone has an understanding of long term outdoor survival or can point me in a useful research direction involving guides to hunting, winter camping, fishing, foraging, etc, that would be great. I feel extremely close to losing my mind or killing myself if I don't leave society soon. I don't want to work or spend money anymore, and I sure as hell don't want to be homeless in a city. If I have to interact with one more iPhone glued hash tagging fuck face ill freak the fuck out. Help. Tl;dr tell me what you know bout escaping to the woods.
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Hey guys how do you stay fresh when /out/ ?
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What kind of music should i listen to when in the sticks m8s? Proenneke's grandson is pretty /out/ related
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Has anyone here been to hemmed-in hollow in Arkansas? I'm planning on having a day hike out there, and I want to know the difficulty. The elevation changes about 1000 feet per a mile, which will be tough going back uphill, but I have hiked in the Rockies before, and it's only ~2 miles uphill and ~2 miles downhill. If I have sufficient water and food, should this be fine?
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Hey guys, I'm new here, and I have some gardening questions. I got my seeds in the beginning of the summer, and they've been growing steadily since then. However recently, I've noticed a bit of wilting recently, and I was wondering what the cause could be? I water the plants every say (although some days I skip, as I can see the soil still obviously wet). I also have outside in clay pots for most of the day (They're on the outskitrts of a shaded porch, so they see abour 9 hours of sunlight in a day). What could be going wrong? Is this just natural, and I shouldn't worry? I used to work in a garden every day for 2 months and I hadn't experienced much like this. Is it possible that I'm over-watering, and washing out the nutrients that the plants require? Or is it possible that they're getting more sun than they're used to? It may also be time to transplant some of the plants to a larger pot, or even soil, but I wouldn't imagine that would manifest as wilting. Among others, I have Tiny Tims, Lupine, Lavender, Butterfly Flower, Poppies, and a mysterious strain of marijuana. They're all fairing well, except the Tiny Tims, and the marijuana, which have been getting brown leaves. However they seem to be growing new, green leaves just fine, while still browning other leaves. One of the other plants shed all its leaves, and is not just a shaft sticking out of the dirt. (I don't actually know which one this is, cause there was a labeling mixup and I haven't grown these plants long enough to differentiate their sprouts on sight). Any advice would be much appreciated, thank you. >pic related it's lupine

Midwest Thread

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Let's talk about the Midwest. I'm in Chicago and looking for some interesting hikes in the area. I've done Starved Rock, I've done the Pictured Rocks, and I've done Sleeping Bear. How about some suggestions for stuff around Chicago though? Say within a three hour drive. How are the Indiana Dunes? Anyway. Talk about all the places you like in the Midwest.

/out/ badfeels thread

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Let's talk about the badfeels of /out/ing. >just starting a long hiking trip and already starting to feel a hotspot on the side of your heel >my companions are idiots and they won't shut up and i'm stuck with them for three more days. >"hey anon, mind if i bring my friend? No, anon, i don't think he/she has never been camping before, but has seen all of man vs wild so already has everything he/she needs to know." >my perfectly toasted marshmallow just caught fire and burnt to a crisp. >oh crap, another group coming down the trail towards us. i'll just step off to the side and let them pass while trying not to make eye contact with them. >shit, i just accidentally shit on my leg >so cold but pos bic lighter won't light

/out/ music general

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give me your /out/ music, friends >hard mode: nothing used in an /out/ related movie/scene https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5EV9IdeU3D0
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ITT: campervans. Have you a campervan ? What do you think of travelling/camping in a van ? Tipps, experiences... ? Van is love Van is light

Stupid Campers

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Stupid campers threads? Tell stories about times you went camping with idiots.
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i'm thinking about getting into exploring abandoned places and buildings. anything i should know? any good spots in new jersey?
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sup fags, heading to vail today. are there any spots or trails worth checking out while I'm there?
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