I'm not from that area of Ireland but you may enjoy the area around glenmalure and the Wicklow mountains in general. To my knowledge the rest of that entire area is just boring flat farmland. You could also have a look at the Cooley mountains further up the coast about an hour from Dublin, and the Ring of Gullion just across the border in Co Armagh (about ~1.5 hrs from Dublin).
This is for camping because I don't know anything about photography.
The lake where I fish has finally opened for ice fishing. There is a guide that rents a tent and gear for 40 bucks a day. I think I will try it this year. Any tips? I will be targeting pike and rainbows
Just got a job for the Department of Conservation. My job basically entails spending a week+ at a time in pure bush tracking an endangered animal. The ones we have now have a serious problem with inbreeding.
Wondering if /out/ has any advice for me. I'm going to be down in Stewart Island (most southern island in New Zealand) by myself. Obviously going to have gear and food supplied by DoC when I arrive next month but yeah, any advice?
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I am giving serious thought to snaring some of the carp and other bottom feeders this spring and summer with the intention of releasing them. Will this kill the fish? I just want to experience the fight. I can think of no other way to catch some of these monster fish at my local spillway.
I've never bought a knife before, always used a plain finnish marttiini knife my whole life. Now I am looking for something else, something plain but elegant. I found this one which is from Pakistan, hand made of damascus steel. However the price seems very low for a custom knife, or is it just how the market is? This one has been sold but I'm considering to contact the maker to ask if he can make a knife by the same pattern. Also, does anyone know of any good stone knapping books? I want to learn to make arrow and spearheads aswell as knife blades from natural glass... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Hello /out/. After living my entire life thus far surrounded by woodland and being able to do whatever I wish whenever. I will be returning to my university in a city of almost 3 million people. I would not consider myself a prepper by any means but I am an avid outdoorsman and have spent more of my life innawoods than inside. What I ask of you guys is what I could potentially bring with me to prepare for any unforeseen circumstances. Obviously no guns, bombs, or anything not allowed in an anti-gun city or a college campus. Just things that could help me thrive if things... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I think one of the more important things to have is a way to purify water. In Houston, where I attend school, there is no shortage of rainwater. Flooding is an issue as a result, and I think the city getting BTFO by floodwaters is one of the more realistic survival challenges here. Floodwater, like all surface water in the city, is going to be contaminated with a nasty mix of industrial chemicals and the feces of the homeless. Boiling would help, but I would feel a lot safer with a nice filter. Water filtration is a broadly useful /out/ tool, anyway. I also keep flashlights, batteries, matches, a knife, and a portable radio around, but those are basic tools more than survival - specific ones.
I would also feel a lot safer having a gun for when Jamal from Acres Homes comes to kill me and take my stuff, but that'd not really an option.
>>661878 In case of floods, you'll need an saw so you can cut down doors and build a raft. You're going to need at least 500 ft of rope in case the college campus collapses into a large sink hole. A solar blanket would be beneficial when the solar flares come (twice per year usually but probably more at your college). Bear mace can help defend you when you trigger feminists. You'll need a life-straw in case of drought like California is having right now; you can't drink dirty toilet water without one. Last... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>661878 Condoms, always have one on you, better have two or more on you. make sure you they fit you perfectly. Make sure you are proficient on how to use them. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pmIGXO1TFWw
>>661673 Everything I've been reading today is telling me that I'm going to be wet as fuck 24/7 and that all of my sleeping system will be trashed after 5 days, but I very, very much want to believe you.
>>661672 The first time I slept in one I heard every single noise. Every leaf that rustled, every twig that snapped. I swear that at some point I was being sniffed by a woodland critter. It takes some getting used to.
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