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How exactly bad is Lyme Disease?

I never want to get this shit, and I would like some more info on what it is.
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Borrelia burgdorferi is a bacterial species of the spirochete class of the genus Borrelia. B. burgdorferi exists in North America and Europe and is the predominant causative agent of Lyme disease in the United States. Borrelia species are considered diderm (double-membrane) bacteria rather than Gram-positive or negative.[1]

Lyme disease is a zoonotic, vector-borne disease transmitted by the Ixodes tick (also the vector for Babesia). The infected nymphal tick transmits B. burgdorferi via its saliva to the human during its blood meal.[9] In order for a successful infection,...
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>>865214
My sister and my friend both got it a couple years ago. Their experiences happen to be very similar, but in no way represent "everyones" experience.

Neither of them were exactly sure when they got the infecting tick. My friend had gotten a couple ticks on him that he caught very early, my sister never knew she had a tick. The greatest risk in contracting Lyme is with the little nymph ticks - they're smaller than a freckle. Even if you scratch the spot, and look at the spot, you won't really...
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I got bit by hundreds of ticks as a youth in the Northeast. I have no idea why I don't have Lyme

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Should I?
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I have a pair of Salomon boots and I'm very happy with them. If you can afford it I say go for it
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>>864938

No. Full leather or go home. All those little stitched seams will tear and the soles will fall apart before you know it.

Also, if you're hiking through and terrain with thorny things (spinifex, acacia etc), you'll have unbelievably annoying needles poking into your feet on the reg.
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>>864985
You kinda have a point but in this day and age there's plenty of sturdy fibers other than leather.

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Post affordable, fashionable, /out/ clothing.

Shirt is from Legendary Whitetails
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>>863792
This jacket is 60.00 but is the same in every way as 300.00 ones other than that a waxed jacket looks cooler.
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>>863824
Yeah but it's NORTH FACE so it has obnoxious logos and the lining falls apart after a few months
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>>863826
Tent damage looks like user error (neglect and storage in weather extremes).

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So its over a year later, is anyone still geopooping
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>>861961
taking it up a notch anon
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>>861985
Are you the same autist that always posts this fucking geeps thing?

>>861961
When i was 18 i found a geocache and urinated in it. Not long after it happened someone posted on the website about how they found it full with what they suspected to be urine.

8 years later and I wouldn't do it now... pretty devilish though.
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>>862272
You did the right thing

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I thought that some of you may enjoy this pic. Not mine btw
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>dogtags
>tacticool helmet
>toy soldier backpack
>everything in od and tan
why are sport climbers such faggots?
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and i just realized he has a separate matching bag for fucking everything. what a bitch.
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>>857971
Because that particular one probably likes to pretend to be an operator.

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Wadup my /out/ people I wanna dedicate this thread for people to post their SHTF or what ever you wanna call it bag. I know this but I still need to add more to mine, and I do have a 20 Degree sleeping bag but it's currently in use, and I have more knives than I do room in it, and it also comes with a 2L water bag inside.
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needs more knives
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I usually only use 1 large knife, 1 pocket knife, and an extra knife in reserve
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>>850828
>only 3

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Urban exploration thread!
Anyone know if you can still get into the bunkers in Odiorne State Park in Rye NH? I haven't checked in a while, so I don't know if the hole is still there.
>Pic related, hole on left
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We went to montauk afb like ten years ago. It was cool
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Yeah I go there occasionally, it's really fun I've done plenty of tags there and I live 30 minutes away, if you find the bunkers there is a hole in either side of the doors and you can crawl in through that way. Its one long corridor with many rooms attached all the way down it
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Last night went out to Drawbridge, it's a ghost town in the marshes between Fremont and San Jose. Had to play hide-n-seek with a patrol car on the way out and had to dodge the Amtrak (those bastards are stealthy) but otherwise had a great time.

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Does anyone know what this tree with the exposed roots is?
I can't find shit on google except faggots worried about fixing exposed roots.
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Show a picture of the leaves and bark please. I will try to ID it. Also Location/time of which you took the picture if possible please
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>>870715
One moment.
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>>870715
It's not my image, it's from NCIS season 9 episode 3 on netflix, here's a .webm of the scene.
It's supposedly filmed in southern california.

I tried to run it through that arborday tree finder, but i couldn't make out enough detail.

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YO HOW BAD WILL DAYRONA BEACH BE HIT BY HURRICANE MATTHEW???
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>>870604
Relax. It's never as bad as they say. The power outages afterward are the worst.
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>>870616
>It's never as bad as they say.
>Andrew
>K'trina
>Sandy
well, sometimes it can be a shitshow
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>>870623
New Orleans is just a poorly designed shithole. And I'm pretty sure they learned from Andrew.

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Hello /out/ists, what is this? Is it edible? West Central florida
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Came off of the tree in the background of OP, grows in bunches
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Your state is about to get assfucked by a cat4 hurricane and you are berrypicking?
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>>870355
I was talking a walk and I got peckish.

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Soup /out/ bought my first eva backpack

did I strap it high enough?
...or should I go toptier and buy a ''neck-belt''? so the pack can rest on my shoulders?
and: how bad got I fooled? because I regonize "berghaus" as an german brand?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZAtzN_ScKXY
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>>870242
jokes on you kid, this is part of their new 'filled with helium range'
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>>870257
helium should do the trick.

A double layerd suit. filled with hydrogen let you fly everywehre. I wonder why no one ever build one.
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>>870242
Is this your first rodeo with Steve climber?

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Anyone own one of these? They're very low price, and actual reviews from people who aren't paid to make them seem promising. On the verge of buying one, but I don't trust anything that seems to be equal quality to big brands but a great deal cheaper.

Will these things last me? Are the materials good? I'd like to keep the pack for a long time.
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>buying backpacks online

anon dont do it.
always try a backpack on before you pay for it
unless you live in buttfuck no where
then good luck
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>>870141
>Will these things last me? Are the materials good? I'd like to keep the pack for a long time.

for 60 dollars, no, none of the above. I will never understand why one would cheap out on gear. Spend a few hundred for something high quality, that is what will last you a very long time.
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>>870143
how is that even possible. Most retailers you find laying around don't carry high quality gear. I demand my pack be cuben fiber, nobody carries that type of gear because they suck. Any online retailer worth a damn will let you return packs that don't fit for something that does.

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Alright, /out/, I've got a weekend off coming up in a couple of weeks. I've been pretty stressed over the past few months and I'd really like to go on a solo camping trip. I live in an area that has a lot of hiking trails and stuff, but I really want to be able to get away from trails and other hikers and just be alone where I can't hear shit like dogs, cars, and civilization in general. I live in southern Middle Tennessee, however, and large tracts of wilderness are hard to find nearby outside of state parks, which I would kind of like to avoid for this...
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http://www.wilderness.net/NWPS/stateView?state=TN
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>>870097
A little out of the way, but something I'll seriously consider. Thank you. In places like this, aside from what is specifically prohibited, can you pretty much do whatever you want? Sorry for the questions, I usually either camp at parks with heavy restrictions or private property with none.
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>>870120

Wilderness areas are the best way to camp, if you're there for the outdoors and not to party/ride vehicles. Basically, read the restrictions for each area, be absolutely sure to pack out your trash (seriously), check for any fire bans, and revel in the freedom. You can usually camp anywhere in the area, as long as you're a certain distance from streams/rivers/trails/lakes. (And let's be real, unless you're visible from the trail, no one's going to be there to write you up for it if you aren't.)...
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I want to ride one of these from the PNW to Northern California. What all will I need to pack to make it there?
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>>870083
New, or used/abused?
New, just ride the thing. Used, go through everything and make sure it's good for a cross-country trip.

Wear gear. 60m/h on pavement hurts whether you're on a ruckus, dualsport, or hardley.

Fuel range may be a concern. Do some trips locally and figure out how far you can go between stops, plan accordingly. A 24oz MSR fuel bottle will get you a breddy gud distance, if you run into headwinds that suck fuel more than you expected. Cheap insurance.
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>>870087
>new cause it's only $3k
>its a hongda, so I know it's good for the trip
>top speed is 35mph, so I'll just stick with a helmet
>110 mpg, with 2gal gas tank iirc; can bungee a Jerry can on the front so I've got at least 300mi range right there

I was thinking more like tent, sleeping bag, food stuff like that.
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What. That is like a two day ride if you go real slow.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nmddNJgVbaM

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GsR76x1x6Ns
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fucking hell delete this thread
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>>869982
what's wrong with outdoor youtubing
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>>869972
I believe this guy is outdoors

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nw2dZIDLxbM

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>>869906
I think it looks pretty freakin' sweet. As long as you don't already have all that stuff (water bottle, knife, light, etc). For that price I would jump on it!
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Most on here will disagree, but I think it's a fine starting point and cheap AF. Don't expect much of it to last that last long. Some might fall apart after a season or two, but most you'll upgrade. Spare shit is cool to have for buddies though.

I have the tarp. It's small but decent.
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>>869906
First of all welcome anon, I hope you have to stay and enjoy the real outdoors.

Anyway I don't know about the specific quality about that gear but I depends on what you're looking for in /out/ activities. For example, if you're looking only for day hikes/trips I'm pretty sure it will serve you right if not you may find some problems.

Looking at the overall gear and price seems fair but if we start breaking it down maybe you can buy other stuff that are well known and tested for more...
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ITT: Unusual gear you use while /out/

I use a steel drinks shaker as a tea brewer. It stands perfectly upright in a fire, and the top is great for straining out tea leaves. Considering paying to get a handle welded on it.
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>>869884
Why not just make loose leaf tea in your water kettle?
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>>869888
This IS my kettle.
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>>869889
But why weld a bunch of shit to it instead of just buying a legitimate, lighter kettle.

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Should I eat one of these or all of them?
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>>869803
You may want to wait until they are fully ripe. They will be tastier and have much more Vitamin C. A couple crushed is a nice addition to tea and herbals. Just steep it when you steep the tea or herbals.
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>>869803
Don't eat those they are poisonous
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>>870486
Rose hips are not poisonous.

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Does anyone here live in a bus/van? I need advice on earning money and staying presentable while living the /buslife/.
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You can do all of the things you would normally do if you had a house.
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>>869688
Myself and 3 others lived in a modified school bus for 17 months. We originally bought it to drive to central america to work as volunteers for 'something without borders' but that ended up falling through. then the dot crash and 2 of the guys were jobless, so of course money got thin for them and eventually they wanted to sell the bus. me and another dude suggested reviving our plans to drive to nicaragua ect.. via burning man and a tour of the west coast, mexico bc, mexico city, guatemala and onto nica. I...
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I live in a bus and make money playing music. Cant help you with being presentable.

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anyone hiked in Albania?

it looks gorgeous and cheap. Is it a good country to hike/kayak/fish? Will I get my kidneys stolen if I stay at a hotel?
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>>869445
Yes did so last summer. Backpacking/hostel/drinking for a few weeks. And 4 nights in valbona(?) Northern albania. Was also in Kosovo and Montenegro. Friendly and affordable. Little drinkable water in The mountains though, and shitloads og sneks (horned viper). There Are trails, but its not very developed for that kind of tourism. Its probably improving though. Very Beautiful, would recommend.
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>>869481
I am used to be able to drink running water since I usually go to sweden or norway. How bad is it? Will I have to carry for days?
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>valbona
>80km2
wtf? no wonder that americans/aussies/canucks make fun of european """"""""""outdoors"""""""""""

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Currently in the process of buying my first pair of mountaineering boots.
I found a pair of 2nd hand boots (Koflach Arctis Expe) for $150. These usually retail for ~$450. The condition seems pretty good for the price, but what do y'all think? Are there any other models you'd suggest?
>pic related
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>>869313
What temps are these boots for?
Do they last very long?
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What region/season are you planning to do most of your climbing in?
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>>869313

Its a great offer but it's retarded of you to get ice / extreme cold high altitude boots if you just want to go to the mountain in general.

I use Merrell Moab and La Sportiva Trango for the harder stuff that an also require crampons.

You're gonna look retarded with those plastic boots in a sunny day in the mountain. That's for high altitude stuff and glacier climbing etc...

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Is a Harbor Freight ten dollar tarp six times worse than a $60+ Mil-Tec tarp ?
I want the Mil-Tec for the Flektarn but 10.99 is 10.99. I can buy so much more shit. What ....do rain drops hit harder on the $10 one?!?
You guys decide!!!!!!!!!!!!!111
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Cheap tarps break easier than expensive ones.
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>>869202
Pretty sure you are from the hammock thread.
Iirc these all purpose tarps are heavier almost 2x and harder to pack (you cant fold them as easily)
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My queen size Alpaca wool nlanket was like $350 USD, do you really think I would soil it by pairing it with Harbor Freight shit tarp?

If you're a shit tier bushcrafting larper an Army blanket and HF tarp are right at your level.

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Let's get a homeless thread going.
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>>869181
>homeless thread
you mean just like
>>845485
check the catalog ffs
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>>869196
Wanted a thread of pure pictures of homeless people
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>>869207
You didn't say that.

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Has anyone tried eating these. Every website says their edible, but I am not sure how they taste.
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>>869135
You eat the leaves, not the puffy part or the stem or the flower.
I've never picked my own but bought plenty of dandelion greens from the store or the farmer's market and they're pretty good greens.
They mostly just taste like your standard leafy green thing. Pretend it's arugula or whatever and make a salad.
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eat the leafy greens, and preferably before they start to flower, after which they are more bitter.

I often make a 'weedy pesto' with dandelion and whatever else I have growing in my garden/ on my street. Its more bitter than arugula or spinach which is why I prefer to process it instead of eating it fresh in salads, etc. Its nice though.
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Eat the leaves when they are young and tender or old but you have to soften them (great in stews if I may add that)
Eat the roots like a potato or dry them and grind them into a tea. Overall would advice eating them as a cheeky nibble.

I currently live in the lower regions of California and it has many cacti. Are saguaro's edible?
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>>869088
if you are dying of thirst, yes. technically.

the only cacti with anything worth eating are prickly pears. because they actually grow little fruits. and you can fry the patties.

but don't cut down a sugauro because you were too lazy to bring a can of beans.
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>>869088
>Are saguaro's edible?
No. Throughout June generally they produce a fruit however and it is edible.

Also they do contain moisture like many cactus however drinking the liquid from cactus in a life-or-death situation has to be done in small amounts. Drinking too much cactus water can make you very ill leading to diarrhea and vomiting.

Also I'm not sure about the laws in California but here in Arizona they are protected and it's it legal to damage one.
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>>869119
*illegal to damage one

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Can anyone recommend any resources for finding out what plants are poisonous in my area? Google isn't really turning anything up due to my country being mildly irrelevant.
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Go to the library and check out a field guide.
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If this is because you want to eat a berry or some shit, you are better off searching for what is edible than what is poisonous or trying to identify specific plants. If it's because you are worried about a contact reaction, the only plants worth worrying about are poison ivy, oak, and sumac.
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>>869151
cactus

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Would love to see what gear anyone carries, what they would recommend, what future purchases you might get soon.

Bonus points for pics.
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>>869057
Just finished packing all this for a 2 week hike. Did takes do much more food than I thought
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>>869058
Meant to say food takes more room than I thought. Don't know why it said that.
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>>869058
>>869060
Has anyone really been faras decided to use even go want to do look more like?

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Has anyone ever found malachite in New England, or is it possible?
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>>868968
I'm pretty sure malachite can form as a secondary mineral almost anywhere with hydrothermal activity.
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>>868968
nigga we aint fuckin orcs
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>>869183
Orcs don't wear glass armour.

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Is there national forest south of SF that allows open wood fires when dispersed camping?
Why does southern California suck so hard?
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>>868952
The USA sucks bud.
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>>868952
California sucks in general.
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Our terrible drought means even a match could light everything up like a tinderbox.

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Hello /out/. I'm looking to build a small portable boat or kayak to carry with me to remote lakes in the mountains next to where I live. Anybody have any suggestions on what to build? Looking to make something as compact as the one shown in this video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S_K4GUSvGqs
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How much weight are you willing to carry? I made one of these a while back, but adult size. Weighs a ton with the materials I used but I overbuilt it and was being a cheapskate.
http://www.duckworksmagazine.com/00/DM2000/articles/folding/eva.html

Also made something like your picture once but longer. It works OK, but I'd stick to flat water with it, and it only folds in half so it's not really that protable.
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I'm looking to carry around 200 pounds. I need to make something lightweight because most of these lakes take 5-10 mile hikes to get to.


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