I can understand why you wouldn't want to give out your real name to a bunch of strangers you meet in the woods miles away from anywhere, but I think the idea of giving yourself some tryhard hipster name is just lame. I guess the idea is to have some sort of instant culture that can allow you to quickly form friendship bonds with strangers? "Ha ha! You did/said some unremarkable thing! Your trail name is _______ now! We're friends now, right?"
Then again the whole reason I like hiking is because I'm a misanthrope who wants to get the hell away... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Well lads , not really out related but the Mrs and I have made the decision to move out of the city to get a little small holding going. We are thinking a few acres to keep a few pigs and chickens. Grow our own fruit and veg etc. Looking for other sc/out/s opinions on what is the best option. We are thijking either rent a house with a few acres or buy a few acres and build on it ourselves. With the purchasing of land tho we would need to be really frugral on the building of a house, so we are thinking log cabin or container build What would out do?
>>793363 You are just as likely to get cucked in the country and this time it's worse because everyone you know will find out and you have to see the guy whenever you into town for supplies. This will not solve your marriage problems
If you rent and decide it's not for you you can walk away.
The biggest hassle with building non-traditional is by-laws and building codes. (also fuck container builds)
Remember you won't be able to raise chickens or pigs for less than to buy them at the grocery store (although yours will obviously be better quality) but taking vacation time away when you have animals is a special kind of head ache. I moved into the country, we have ducks and chickens, and we built our own house AMA.
>>793171 I get paranoid about stroking my dick if my hands are dirty and haven't been washed fairly well recently, or sanitized. Do you really want to be THAT guy who gets a dick amoeba from jerking off after being in a stream?
I know lots of you are getting excited about taking the next step forward. Let's discuss possible states for our compound.
We come from a variety of backgrounds and are all going wherever we want doing our own thing. Some are virgins some slay pussy some are young some are old experienced or not but here that matters not because to be a slave to diseased roasties and notions of female decenthood is a waste of time.a and we are men.
Ignore the cucks, betas and roasties who are not worthy of your time.
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As far as states I think we need to avoid zika so Pacific Northwest, Montana or Wyoming would work. Additional benefits for these states is cheap land, low crime, low diversity and available water. If we secure a water right that could be cashed in in 10 years for big profit.
We will eat really well. Rainbow hippies do this on a zero budget. I think it's important to move to a state with liberal welfare since many of us are neets. If you get $200 in food stamps every month you won't tax our group but the normies and you will be well nourished for manual labor for our good. That's the key to this working. Cash incomes of $5,000 to $10,000 should be enough if we invest time and effort to fortify our compound.
-men want to be validated, to feel relevant, meritorious, worthy, responsible, like he says -when men feel disconnected from reality, non-worthy, they think of suicide -men understand that other men are just as pathetic as them -therefore men cannot be validated by other men, but by something that is not male -men want therefore to be validated by --women --higher men who do not feel the need to be validated -higher men are rare -women are not rare -how to be validated, to be noticed by cumdumpsters? -women are hedonistic, which means they are... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>Yellowstone visitor, 23, who died after wandering off designated trail and falling into acidic hot spring that dissolved his entire body >Scott recently graduated summa cum laude from Pacific University in Forest Grove, Oregon >Scott and his sister Sable had traveled about 225 yards off the boardwalk on Tuesday when he slipped and fell into the hot spring in the Norris Geyser Basin.
I don't know if this is the appropriate board, but /out/ seemed like the best place to ask.
Do you have to be dive certified to go on a dive tour? Like I'm trying to go to the Virgin Islands in July. And I was hoping to just go on a day dive or whatever with a local shop on a tour. Would I have to be certified to do that, even though I would have a instructor/guide in the water with me the whole time?
>>785600 Last year during the summer vacances I tried to do it but the guys there didn't let me do it because I had zero training, even though I'm in good shape and can swim pretty well. It was a fucking bummer but well at least I still got to see a shark that came swimming to the shore.
While I cannot answer your question directly, as a former diver I can highly advise that you get beginners experience and at least certify in something before you go. My first open water ocean dive was one I'll never forget but if I were an inexperienced diver on vacation, it would have been a whole different experience.
Any Americans ever bring a handgun across the Canadian border? I'm going on a trip through the NW and plan on going into Canada for a few days, and I plan on entering and exiting at different places so leaving it at the border would be a pain. I am reading that you have to fill out some forms but how much of a PITA is it and how does it work when you cross, are the border guards shitty about it? The gun is a Glock 20, I have a 10 round mag for it.
You need to ask yourself if you REALLY need that gun for a few days. Pistols are restricted as fuck in Canada, if you get caught you have very good chances to end up in jail. Tbh telling the police that you only needed it for a few days makes you look like a hitman.
I saw a cuckoo laying on open ground on a woodland path today. I had a dog with me (dumbass ran right past the bird and didn't even see it), but it made no attempt at resistance or try to flee, it just sat there opening and closing its mouth while making no sound.
It didn't try to run when I made a little makeshift stretcher out of a few branches and lifted it to a relatively slightly safer place in a nearby tree. It flinched when I first touched it and looked at me with clear eyes, but it didn't do a single move to get to safety. It just kept opening and... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>794975 I've seen birds like this, usually blackbirds. My guess is they're young and don't have the fly away reflex. Sounds like you did right, but I wonder if it'll be able to feed itself. It sounds like it's relying on being fed.
Hey 4chan, im a newfag but ive got some questions for the campers on here, like what do you need for most trips and are animals a constant threat? Also people seem fairly fearfull of something called a skinwalker, can someone explain that to me?
I want to get out of the system. I come from a family of hunters and farmers and i think i can do it. I thought about argentinia or nz. Where would you guys go? Bonus: how would you get your women to follow you?
Why get out of the system? Where along in "the system" are you? Isn't saving money in a 50k per year job while living cheap and minimalist for 2-3 years prefferably than moving to the wilderness with no money?
Imagine going on your adventure, but you have $25,000 saved up to spend on preparations. Your question is very vague, we need more information.
I play a lot of ultimate, and I thought I'd like disc golf. Not a fan of the discs, but I like the idea. I've gone to a couple courses with buddies but we just play with a regular 175 gram Ultimate disc
>>793586 similar background here, I wish someone could explain to me how the disks work, because I honestly throw every disk the same, be it a putter, mid-ranged, or driver, they all end up in the same spot
Alright /out/ I am at that point where a day pack is not cutting a 70L is overkill. I am looking for a solid pack around 45L with an internal frame, for 1-2 night trips that i can comfortably hike in.
I am 5'8-5'9 depending on the day and 34-36 pants size depending on the meal.
I like to keep my weight down in the pack but I also drink a ton of water and I am trying to get the special lady friend to appreciate being innawoods so I want to make her life easy so ill be carrying a little extra weight to keep her comfortable. I has to have a good place on it for sleeping bag and pad and tent. (i have been shocked in my research how many packs hold sticks but do not mention anything about a tent.
i would prefer external place to put my hatchet
i am not a prosumer, survivalist, or tactical extreme person. I just like a good hike to a lonely site.
i have a few bags in mind (pic related), and traditionally mountain hardware is great for shortys like me-- I tried on a marmot that two of my friends recommended and while it fit, it felt like it was made for 6'3 guy with a 30in waist any recommendations, experiences, etc would be greatly appreciated. i think ive narrowed it down but i just want to make sure i am not missing anything
>>791177 I haven't mowed a lawn since I was a teenager. It was good work back when i was a kid. And if any neighborhood kid offered to do it I would gladly pay him. But at this point in my life all my lawncare is done by an intrepid group of young mexicans.
>>791861 My mexicans are 30 per week but these fuckers are good. Mowing, trimming, they even tried to tend the flowers until my wife told them to stop. I don't even have to put my dog inside anymore if these wetbacks tried to rob me my dog would lick them to death.
I really wish a neighborhood kid would offer to do it. I got paid 10$ a yard when i was a kid and it bought me my first car. Even if he was shit and i had to trim it up i would gladly pay a kid to do it. But for now i have my mexicans.
>>790797 US Farm Income and Taxes, http://www.hobbyfarms.com/farm-marketing-and-management/farm-income-taxes-14991.aspx
US Grants and Loans for Small Farms, http://www.usda.gov/wps/portal/usda/usdahome?navid=GRANTS_LOANS http://afsic.nal.usda.gov/farms-and-community/grants-and-loans-farmers http://www.nal.usda.gov/afsic/pubs/funding.shtml
Managing Risks on Your Small Farm, http://agr.wa.gov/Marketing/SmallFarm/managerisk.aspx
Chicken info and forum, http://www.backyardchickens.com
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You can't tell from the pic, but there are probably 175-200 chile plants in those beds. They should have been ~6" tall by now, but I had the weedpocalypse you see in the upper pic. The nice thing is, they wouldn't be producing until about August anyway, because average daily highs in July are high enough to halt fruit production in them, so I probably didn't lose as much as I thought.
It got that bad because we got double our average rain last year, and accordingly, double our average weed seed this year, and I've had to take care of my mother... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Hi /out/. These delicious little fuckers are almost ripe and they grow everywhere. This year I want to pick and store a bunch of them. Best ways to do this? I was going to wash them with water in a colander and put them in jars, but I feel this won't remove all the bugs and they'll be bad within a few weeks.
So I have been here in Denver for about six months now and it is by far the most /out/ city I can imagine. I know there are a few posters that live here and wondering if there are enough to do a meetup in July.
I am thinking maybe coffee one week then Brainard lake for camping the next? Any interest? Can bring a kayak and have a small rv for base camp.
I solo and cook mainly for dinner. Some times coco or warm oatmeal in the morning. I only bring a 1.1 liter msr stow away pot to cook in. In there I keep a small bowl, my stove, small fork, and cleaning stuff. It's a simple set up for quick simple meals.
For dinner I usually pick up those idahoian instant loaded mashed potatoes. 4 for 5 bucks. 1 package fills me up, since it's over 4 servings. And you only gotta boil one cup of water. Eat it right out of the pot so there's less clean up.
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I used to use a Stanley stainless cookpot I got at walmart for ~$15, it was okay, but a little small. I just got a GSI soloist (without the bag/sink) that I'm going to start using for ~$23. If you just want to boil water for a mountain house meal I would suggest a Snow Peak or similar titanium cup/pot.
I'm interested in starting going outdoors and doing camping and shit, getting to see mother nature. Thing is, I live in urban inland Australia, and don't know how to just get to the middle of bumfuck nowhere like I see all the youtubers doing.
Google searching camping just takes me to sites for trailer parks and designated camp grounds but I wanna go somewhere unmarked like you see survival lilly or alfie aesthetics doing, they seem to have miles of woodland in their back yard.
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>>793364 Depends where you live. Some of the more well hidden places in camping spots are usually found on rural fireman maps, because they have every stream and river noted which is what you want. If you really have no clue where to start you could talk to a park ranger near where you think you could camp. Where do you live exactly?
I'm in a similar position. I live in the heart of urban as fuck Rio and if I try to go to the green areas in-city I'm probably gonna get stabbed and get my shit stolen, so I'm thinking about going farther away.
Since I have 0 /out/ experience, I'm gonna try camping at the designated campgrounds in some national parks for a while before trying to tackle on-my-own trips. But I also don't know much about where to find areas or proper maps
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