>out risking your life while your wife is at home fucking your nigger slave >children don't even recognize you >risk of death by starvation, thirst, cold, heat, Native Americans hostile everywhere you go, etc. >other fur trappers robbing you of your fur, guns, clothes, food, etc. leaving you for dead >no time off, no retirement, no life outside of work
You guys argue about this shit enough that I believe it warrants its own thread. Cotton vs Synthetics. When to use them; when to not. The pros, the cons, fucking all of it. Argue among yourselves but some to a decision already.
Glad someone posted this. I almost got sucked into a search team for them.
>go on day hike >get turned around >see red light off in distance >lel might as well walk towards it >take FIVE days to get there >ran into nobody in a very popular sand dune recreation area >somehow cross a major highway to get into Mexico
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I found myself in the same situation a few years back. There are a ton of cool places that are utterly ruined by folks from LA. It got to the point where I would wait until the weather was shitty and then go out. It kept all the riff raff away.
Big Bear, Johnson Valley, Joshua Tree, Cox Truck Trail / Hot Springs all all good example. Shit, you can even find stuff in the Cajon Pass.
I feel like i have to share this with you guys! Best fishing rig ive used in my 20years of fishing experience. Works great in cold weather and deep waters! Its like a dropshot rig but with extra line for the lure.
I recently lost my license due to a health issue and have to walk to work. I would rather bike to work, but I don't know which bikes to look at; Will you help me /out? I live in the uppernorthwest of ohio, so snow might be an issue at points...mostly I am looking for something study and solid. Not some cheap gear shifting fuckup. Thanks
When I was poor and getting into cycling, I went to the local bike co-op with a solid frame I bought off Craigslist. The folks there held my hand through rebuilding the thing, let me take parts off the junk bikes there for free, didn't charge me shit. Paid $65 for that frame that I still ride today.
This won't work if you're a pussy. I had to deal with a lot of meth-addled bums, crustpunks, "travellers", and quite a few insane people. If you have the... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>896352 >>896356 I mean don't get me wrong, im not rich or anything, but If I am going to buy a bike I am going to buy the right one. I've had my fair share of frankenbikes i've put together before, as a kid, now I am just looking for something that won't strain me so much.
Hi /out/, I'm going backpacking in the Netherlands and surrounds from Jan-June. Coming from Australia. What do I need to bring in terms of clothes/jackets? I don't have anything warmer than a thick hoodie and a fur coat. keep in mind i'm a poor-ass student.
a thick hoodie can get you through alot, but as the other anon said, get a 40dollar fleece and a 100 shell, and you are set for anything other than mountain climbing. and even then, that will get you by in nice weather.
the netherlands is aa little farther north than me, but I am coastal in the us. and a hoodie works for alot of stuff. only downside is it is heavy
will probably allow companies to apply for rights to "capitalize" on the untapped resources. ironically many of them will probably be foreign/offshore/chinese corporations and all the resources harvested will be shipped to china anyway.
Anyone into this lately? I am thinking on starting a project o build my own caravan, i was into buying an old one and restoring it, but at the cost they sell the old ones i can make one from scratch much much cheaper. http://www.cosfordcaravans.co.uk/Press/How-to-build-a-caravan-in-19-steps/2713
I bought a used popup camper for $2,200. Cleaned it up and replaced the mattress. Have only taken it out once since I got it. I'm thinking of spending up to $10K on a 15-20 foot camper to keep permanently at a campground where I keep my boat during the 3 seasons. There's people that actually live in campers there year around. Costs $20/week + electric
>>895918 I keep seeing people talk about these 1 man tents or the shelters that use trekking poles. Aren't they heavier than just using a tarp? Reason I mention weight it so many /out/ists are "ultralighters".
Ok so me and my brother are going to colorado and do some winter camping. Hes made of bucks so hes got the whole kifaru setup and all that fancy shit, sadly I have a budget so Im forced to buy...shittier gear. The question is, is there any way to make it better for cheap?
I got this extreme cold weather, sleeping bag (rated to 0degree F) military sleeping bag for 25 bucks because the zipper was broke. I ended up fixing the zipper, so thats out of the way, but Im worried about it getting wet in the snow. Can I use camp dry on the thing to keep it from... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
assuming you'll be in a tent, just line the bottom of the tent with a tarp and put your sleeping bag on top and you'll be fine. Make sure to put whatever clothes you're going to wear the next day in your sleeping bag with you too, so they're already body temperature when you put them on.
Hello fellow flyfishermen, I am looking for a 9 or 10 wt flyrod and reel which i can use in fresh- and saltwater. I will be targeting various species on australian coastal flats and salmon, Bull/laketrout and pike in canada. Do you have any recommendation? Also which flyfishing gear are you using? At the moment i am fishing a Redington Classic Trout rod with a redington surge reel.
North America, Australia and Europe have some fine places to go /out/ but, as everything in the West there's tons of bullshit restrictions so what I'm asking is good /out/ countries that are not overrun with federal bullshit?
How about SA? Specifically Chile and our white brother Argentina? Can you bum around chopping threes and making comfy fires without having the bobbies and park rangers fucking you up?
>>894959 This, the amount of public wilderness in the US is twice the size of Germany and the only basic rules for most of it are pick up after yourself, don't harass others and move camp every two weeks(ish).
Some smaller sections have more specific rules (no campfires above "x" altitude, no fires during drought, pack out your poop, etc) but for the majority of land it's pretty loose.
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