We have alot of amazingly /out/ states in this great nation we call the USA. but which would you say is the best? take all geographic features into consideration when you make your decision.
my vote? Oregon is pretty damn /out/. >rolling hills >cascade mountains >next to the fucking ocean >not too far north for it to get fucking freezing but not too far south for it to get humid as shit 8/10 would consider moving there
>>646655 We've already won! Our weather machine H.A.R.P. in Alaska controls everything including your bowel movements! Al Gore is a Grey and he's been chip implanted to do and say what every Reptoid wants!
Enjoy the meme Indian Summer, next year it will be all winter long, perfect climate for us reptoids!
So /out/, this is my first time on this board, coming from /k/. I'm getting a hammock for my bug out bag, I already have a tarp as well. What should I do for sleeping pads? I have a closed cell pad, but I don't know where to put it (In the hammock or on the ground). Also, is it worth getting a "comfort" sleeping pad or not? >Hammock Camping General
A friend and I are thinking of getting into hunting (probably deer). He's pretty poor and I'm not too much better so I figure bows would be a smart choice. They're cheaper and seem like they'd be more fun and rewarding. So I've got a couple questions.
1. Does this seem like a terrible idea? I heard bows are bad for deer because the deer can run 1 or more miles after getting hit. Would that issue be significantly diminished if my friend and I both hit the same deer at the same time?
>>646538 If you want a quality bow you're likely paying as much as you could get a decent rifle for. Look into rifle brands like savage, they make good stuff for not too much money. I don't know too much about bows, however, so no recommendations.
What is the best stainless water bottle? I have done some research and found this bottle by dave, it seems to be the best on the market. It can hold 1 liter, and has a 750ml cup with folding handles that comes with a lid. Can you make any suggestions sc/out/s or anything better for the price.
>>646401 I said i did research and it seems that it is the best not it is the best. I dont own it or have used it so I dont know what it's actually like, only what online reviews say. Reviews, especially on YouTube can be very biased and tend to be in favor of the product, so i want peoples real unbiased opinion.
Any californians on /out/, specifically southern california?
I moved to socal about two months ago from WA, still have't made any friends and am having withdrawls from not having any /out/ adventures. I've been saving up money from an under the table job that is coming to an end.
I don't know the area very well and have no clue as to where to start to go do some hikes/camping trips. Especially tough since I don't have my own car at the moment.
Are there any decent/free spots near pic related? Any other lonely fags with nobody to go out with but want to go out?
Go for a double-layer of softshell.. Went to Iceland last year in september, the temperature was okay, 5-8C, but the wind was a frickin killer. The native clothes are also awesome, a felted shirt which keep the wind and cold out. If you're going innawoods, remeber that offroad-driving is strictly prohibited, and they'll fine you for it. Scarf, beanie and softshell
>>646361 The funny thing about iceland is that the women are total whores for american men.
The big problem though is that this makes the men a nation of total cu'cks. They will blame you for this even though its not your fault you fucked their hot women . Protip: they dont even really have marriage over there. The men have given up.
>>646319 Where do you live? >tfw indiana >62f in the middle of december last night >wake up sweating because i'm used to it being 40 degrees colder and i piled on blankets before i slept >check forecast >going to be 50-60 all week and above freezing all of december >probably not going to get a single flake of snow until january or at... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>646298 i fucking love my gnu carbon credit. i think as far as all mountian boards go its the most bang for your buck but anything from Mervin whatever they are calling their traction system this years is pretty much guaranteed to be awesome and its all made in north america with great wood.
my best friend works at a board shop and boards all day/gets to try all the new gear and he was raving about the k2 MAYSIS. ill prob get the same myself.
bindings are all preference. i like toe caps. burton is a safe bet.... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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