>>657922 I'm probably going to go fishin' a little bit. There are a bunch of lakes and ponds in commercial and residential areas out west where I have been working. Everyday I'm out there, I regret not having a rod in my truck. I'm just hoping I don't get hassled for trespassing too much.
Also I need more practice with that new baitcaster rod. Bought another spool of line in case I birdsnest it real bad again.
The idea is to get off the ground to provide insulation while you sleep, block the wind so that too doesn't rob you of your body heat and cover your head from precipitation. If you know the weather you can decide which is more important but you really should take all three into account
I just uploaded a GoPro montage. Just trying to get it some views :) Not trying to spam but this is the "outdoors" section and I really do think it has some quality footage. Check it out. You might like it. Show it some love.
>>657803 Looked like you had fun. It also looked like you were trying to see how much of your parents' money you could blow before they realized you "borrowed" their credit card to go on vacation. I seriously hope you picked up a different girl every night in every town you visited, though. Its important to me to live vicariously through others.
>>657782 I'm about to do a day trip up San Jacinto trying to get as far up and then turning back. Its a dry run to see what the cold is like for my try at getting to the peak,camping, then heading back.
>>657750 Easy there, Sport. This can be a slow board.
Also, I assume you mean you live in the south of the US. Where it's about midnight? You're posting to a bunch of Kiwis and Aussies right now. If you mean the South Island or South Australia, specify that and we might be able to help.
Is there such a thing as a lightweight four man tent? My friends are poorfags that can't afford anything of their own so basically I just buy and carry all the gear we need, which is why I would like it to be pretty light. Needs to be able to have myself and two friends with my pack and maybe their little jansport bags and shit. I'm in SoCal so it doesn't get all that incredibly cold, which means a three season should be fine if I even need that much. I guess my price range would preferably be around $250 or so if that's possible.
I hike an out of the way forest service trail and today when I was hiking on it I came across this. It's 2 trees between 2 1/2 to 3 feet wide each. I only carry a Cold Steel Kukri (good for stuff up to 1 foot wide), Coghlans cheap small pruning saw, and a survival saw that is a chainsaw chain between 2 nylon straps.
No way I'm going to get through these with my normal stuff. Anyone have any ideas? Maybe just build a little bridge and wait until next year when the forest Service will come take care of it?
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