So /out/, give me all reasonably necessary 'prepping' items for a natural disaster you can think of. This isn't a "15 guns and 2000 rounds for each" thread, I live in Christchurch NZ and it's looking more and more likely the alpine fault is going to go in the nearish future. During the Christchurch earthquakes the city was a clusterfuck (lack of clean water, food, power, etc) for a solid month, and if the alpine fault goes it's going to do the same to most of the country for probably quite a bit longer. Already got a fair bit of applicable... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>903953 Also whats the easiest way to get in/maintain contact with people in the event of no phonelines/grid/etc? I don't afraid of earthquakes but being unable to know if people I care about are ok terrifies me. Is there a simple sollution to this problem or would we all need HAM radios?
So i bought an onion from walmart and one day i noticed that an onion i had sitting in a basket in the kitchen started sprouting long green leaves. I decided to plant it in my backyard with no prior knowledge of gardening (i live in florida btw terrible sandy soil) after a few weeks its growing really well. Now im wondering how can i get more bulbs from just one onion. Will it sprout more bulbs? Seeds? Just cutting it in half and planting both halves? How do i produce more?
Hi /out/ i tried this on /wsr/ first, but they sent me here. Not sure if there are any scouts on here, but ive had this patch for almost 7 years now, and ive been saving in the package to sell, but cant bring myself to. I want to put it on my uniform for my eagle ceremony, but im not sure where its proper placement is. Anyone know?
>Last week, Patagonia pledged to donate every dollar from Black Friday sales to environmental charities. It hoped to raise $2 million for grassroots organizations to protect air, water and soil.
>Customers began calling it a “fundraiser for the earth,” the brand noted. Apparently, a lot of people love Mother Earth.
$10 Million for the Environment >The campaign raised $10 million on Black Friday, a record for the brand. Every dollar will support 1,300 groups like the Sierra... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I was just there two weekends ago on my honeymoon. Heard on the radio today that about 30 businesses have burned down. Was pretty upset, i loved it there. Last I heard about it, fire was surrounding the Ripley aquarium. I hope it'll be alright, that was my favorite part of the city. I hope y'all will be alright friend if be worried to death if I lived up there(I call Alabama home).
Hey, /out/. I have dealt with anxiety for most of my life (at least since I was 8 or so). Recently, I've gained a lot of anxiety management skills, but it also occurred to me that much of my fear of others abandoning me (which is a major component of my anxiety) comes from a lack of confidence in my own competence in difficult situations.
I believe that by learning to handle worst-case scenarios, I may be able to develop more confidence in general.
I plan to do the following:
>continue working on distance running (doing couch... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Looking at getting this rifle for out door use... (I am new to this part of 4Chan and if this post does not belong here just tell me) I was going to get this rifle for hunting and pest control anyone have any experience with this certain rifle? Wanting to know any suggestions for a cheap, well made rifle. Thanks my dudes!
I gave in and started recording my fishing trips in central texas. Im still trying to think of a name for my channel though. ideas would be apeciated as well as tips on what content is best. Also general you tube fishing thread
>>901895 Because they wait for you to turn around and then jump on your back and bite into your neck, while scraping open your lower back with their hind legs. They then try to reposition their jaw until they get a got choke on you. You suffocate while feeling big and dull teeth digging into your neck; the warmth of the lions mouth and it's growl, so close that it seems like you hear it in your head. You get that primal feeling, this merciless beast going through with it no matter what. It's stone hard body... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Post legendary /out/-related figures and lesser gods.
>Started hiking in his 50's >Hiked the ECT at age SIXTY in 1998 >Within 10 years he achieved the Triple Crown >Goes on at least 1 major hike every year >This year he hiked the Pony Express trail, over 1900 miles >Wrote 3 books >Is a badass in general
I really need your help, /out/. I have made this thread several times on different boards in different ways because I just have no idea what to do.
I'm 18, a senior in HS, and I just don't know where to go from here. I don't even know what I want to do. I've wanted to be an artist (I made pic related a couple years ago), a soldier, a historian, an anthropologist, an archaeologist, a botanist, a zoologist, an entomologist, astronomer, etc. all equally as much. What do, /out/? What do you do that allows you to stay outdoors and how did you get there?... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
So, my camper-shack project has progressed enough bring me to the point where I want to figure out an on-site septic dump solution.
Currently, the property has a septic tank system installed, but there isn't a 'sewer clean out' anywhere. Yes, I know where the line is from the trailer home (that will possibly soon be gone, or possibly not, so we're assuming it's staying for now.), and there just ISN'T a sewer clean out port like there should be. I'll blame the redneck installers who originally set this up.
So, my question, how... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>901687 There are no storm drains, though I'm not sure that'd be a good idea anyways.
There IS supposedly an abandoned city-septic-system that was used back in like, the 80's when the old barn on the property was a poolhouse for some rich-ass people who used to live in the subdivision that used to occupy this area. Considering heavily about seeing if I can still get stuff to drain down there. If I can... >.> I'm not that concerned about where it goes after that. :D
>>901684 You can't just pop the cap. For a few reasons. Code is actually a separate chamber for inlet with a filter between main tank for most states. And there's no way to properly seal a hose in the lid, its it like a pickle jar- you'll be smelling shit forever. The tank is buried for a reason. Just dig up the pipe and cut in- I'm not familiar with any saddles but I wouldn't doubt they exist.
Look up code for run/drop. Too much of an angle and water outruns paper/poop and it will... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>901642 In my case it's a matter of having too much to go through. I'm asking for more of a curated selection; I guess what you are more likely to envision when you think about a season compared to me being given a spread online and using my limited knowledge of gardening.
I can pick plants but I want to know what is quintessentially "fall" or "spring" to someone who knows more about gardening or plant life than I do, does that make sense to you?
Also apologies for the late reply,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>901177 Fuck off to >>>/b/ if you want to play elitist cocksucking trapfapping keyboard warrior, you cancerous faggot. Anon got a decent thrift shop score, wants to see if anyone else around here has done similar.
Hey guys, I've been looking at land in Wyoming and I'm really surprised at some the cheap parcels you can find. Does anyone live there? What's the weather like each season typically? What are your favorite out activities?
My research tells me it should resemble pic related, op.
>>900959 > boreal forest and high arctic > Conditions can't vary more than New York and other Appalachian trail states
Bahahaha, oh my sweet summer child. Have you even glanced at the monthly weather averages for a location in the NWT? Seriously, faggot. This is one of the most seasonally varied climates in North America.
I just finished putting together my winter commute bike. I have a short trip between my apt and my office but I wanted something that could do it in most weather while keeping me dry. I think the BMX Cruiser was the right choice over a MTB or Fat bike.
>>Stock 2015 Redline Flight Pro 24" >>Downsized rear cog to a 17t. >>Upsized front cog to FSA 42t. >>Changed tires from staggered Tioga Powerblocks to matched 1.75" Tioga Comp IIIs. Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Those fenders won't keep you all that dry and if you're past middle school I can't imagine a BMX ever being the right choice for anything. For winter just get an old rigid mountain bike for cheap, some Planet Bike Cascadia, fenders and ride it until it rusts.
>Walk a lot >Chafe a lot >Make sure I'm wearing loose fitting underwear >Chafe >Use antiperspirant on arse >Chafe >Use talcum powder after washing >Chafe >Lube up with vaseline >Chafe and now my fingers smell >Try all of the... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>900478 Depending where you're going, you can probably do away with the wash basin if there's adequate water. But a small sponge and a small squeeze bottle for concentrate detergent makes life easy. Most are biodegradable/grey water safe as a bonus. Same for washing clothes - a small amount of concentrate, because nobody wants to wear stinking rags.
Do you plan to take electronics? Small folding panels are piss cheap these days, and you can get small battery chargers that run off USB - Xtar VC2/VC4 are good... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>900433 Because my flashlight runs on 2xAA's, just like my GPS and camera. And I've had my flashlight for years; no reason to upgrade. Works fine for me. >Fenix LD20 I'm already carrying extra AA's, and if shit really goes south I can use batteries from one in another.
18650s are great, don't get me wrong. I use them in a lot of my designs.
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