>>626880 Me and my brother (both into mycology, brother is an expert of identification imo) found a patch of land home to a ton of Banded Mottlegills in this grassy park where you'd often see rabbits and their shit. We'd come down every week to harvest and eat some together just to have a fun time. Alot of the vibrant visions and euthoric feelings were shared so we never felt alone... It's honestly been the best autumn I've ever had!
Is it completely retarded/impossible to try to live in a parked RV full time in Alaska? I just got here about a month ago. In the specific town I'm moving to, your only options are fancy and super expensive vacation rentals, and I don't want or need anything that big or nice. I actually love the idea of living in such a confined space. Granted that I could find a spot with hookups, what all would need to be done? I really don't know what I'm doing at all.
What town do you live in? I live in Fairbanks, it'd be hard to live in an RV with such harsh winters but if you're a bit more south then it should be doable. People live in much worse, trailers are fine
>>626693 I want to move to some place far north eventually and I'm thinking either Barrow, somewhere in Yukon, somewhere in Nunavut, or north Greenland.
Do you have any experience with the farther north areas like Prudhoe Bay or Barrow? I had to cut a lot of meat out of my diet for health reasons and I'm wondering how hard it is to get vegetarian food up there. I heard that Barrow is extremely expensive but that they also pay much higher wages up there to make up for it, so I'm curious as to whether it evens... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Hi, /out/: In Wilderness and National Park areas I go to in Montana and Wyoming, they have signs that food must be stored in a vehicle or "approved" bear-proof container.
I ask because I would like to make a box for my cooler and other supplies in the front of my trailer (used for hauling ATVs).
Would plywood be enough, with tough latches and hinges? I can weld together steel, but rust is so ugly without a factory finish of powder coating or something. Aluminum would be another choice, but expensive, and could a bear just rip through it?
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I find him very honourable. He has raised awareness about oceanic problems, such as acidification and pollutions (e.g., PCBs), and how they affect biodiversity and even our future selves.
I agree with his actions of defending cetacean life by breaking down ships and harassing stupid Faroe, Japanese fishermen, and Inuit people considering there is copious evidence defending cetacean high self-awareness and intelligence. If we acknowledge their high encephalization quotient, high degrees of brain folding, complexity of their neocortexes, psychological experiments validating... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
He's a faggot and a retard. If you're going to be an eco-terrorist, do it right. Not that I disagree or agree with him. My ex loves whales and I watched the show because she talked about it. The show was absolutely horrible. It's a noble idea, in its own way, but it's so stupidly done it blew my mind.
I would like help putting together a list of gear for a 72 hour trek. Ideally everything I will need to survive, and to be able to fit into my Red Rock Assault backpack (pic related). Let's say my budget is $100, not including the backpack itself. Weather conditions are like fall or spring, a little cold but not a snow storm.
>>626414 A tarp, some cord, something to cut wood for fire, something to start the fire, something to boil water with OVER the fire so you can drink it and something to sleep on. You can survive without food for 3 days but essentially some stuff to snack on like jerky or nuts. That's all you need for 3 days to survive. Since that's what you wanted.
>>626431 Actually, let me stop being a dick for a minute and give you some DIY links to stuff you can save some cash on. Your budget is tight so i won't recommend brands. http://www.thesodacanstove.com/alcohol-stove/how-to-build.html
And what you were asking for but for whatever reason didn't google: http://indefinitelywild.gizmodo.com/all-the-camping-gear-youll-ever-need-for-under-100-1616432918?trending_test_e&utm_expid=66866090-62.H_y_0o51QhmMY_tue7bevQ.5
Does anyone know the extent of campfire laws in the UK If I was to make a campfire on public land i.e any public forests, controlled and out of the way. Would I expect to find much trouble, and if I was confronted by anyone, could I justify the fire by saying it was legal?
Light weight, high calories, solid fat content, delicious. Sodium content is a little high, but you need a little sodium when you're sweating a lot. Shouldn't a bag of pork rinds be an auto-include for all my /out/ expeditions?
Also other auto-include /out/ foods. Bonus for no-prep.
>>626017 I think that's the wrong kind of fat. some types your body can't use, and it's just excreted in fecal matter and through your pores, usually clogging both. Plus, its a high volume, so depending on fat content, it may be okay for car camping, but definitely not for hiking.
My go-to is MRE peanut butter. 250 calories, well balanced between protein carbs and fat, made partially with soy so it has a full amino acid profile, tastes like real food, makes excellent squirrel bait.
So I bought this little gem off eBay and I love the fucking thing. As i admire the simplicity of it and because it recommended to me from here I ask: What changes have you made to your packs? Doesn't even have been the LK35, I'm looking for ideas for changes in general. Show them here.
>>625985 I was recently out with someone who had one. He hated it, said it was too heavy, and didn't fit right, kept jabbing him in places. It may have been adjusted wrong, I don't know, just relaying what I was told.
>>626000 Nice GET. If the pack is loaded down a ton and there's no kiidney pad on it it can be a bit rough, but compared to other metal frames I've used the LK35 frame is fine. If his experience is with non-metal frames then yeah he's gonna hate it until he gets used to it. The kidney pad completely resolves this issue and it just straps right on.
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