>>620500 >Bit of a stretch here I'm sure. I'm looking for a sleeping bag with a low profile when rolled up that can take temperatures under 30 degrees Down. > and doesn't destroy a bank account. Oh. Well 2 out of 3 ain't bad.
Hey guys I posted this on /ck/ with no success. I've got about 5lb of hind quarters from young does that I'm cunning for chili. Looking for recipes that do not involve noodles or corn and are mild (or can be adjusted) on the heat scale.
>>620404 I've never used a recipe for chili in my life, just put the stuff you like in a pot (and leave out the stuff you don't) and cook it and season to taste. Then again I've never cooked venison so maybe it does need extra fat like the guy said.
Which pack in /out/s oppinion is better? not the packs themselves but more the style and type difference. I long for a condor II but can't afford one just yet however the only packs anyone in Australia sells is the type on the left, why is this? You can get surplus gear but its worn to shit most of the time and surplus stores give no shits about anything being quality.
The type on the left is better for me. I don't need indestructible heavy fabric nor PALS for any of the things I'm doing.
I'd say most people going /out/ are in a similar situation and the type on the right gets the majority of its sales from people who pretend they are in the military. If anyone disagrees, let me know why.
I got my large alice pack in Aus with a decent frame and no real defects (bag had a few minor repairs to it, frame was in fine condition and ended up spray painting it dull black), ended up purchasing a woodland camo medium without anything wrong with it
>>620379 Depends what you want it for. >Tall pack good for backpacking, comfortable, good waist strap. >Wide pack good for combat. Better peripheral vision, doesn't knock against helmet, narrow waist strap doesn't get in way of battle belt, easier to remove if getting shot at.
In short, you're in Aussie, land with highest number of serial killers/backpacker murderers in the world and you can't carry a gun. Go with an Alice pack.
I thought this place might be better than /fa/ but what are some good rain jackets and what should I look for when buying one? Any specific brand, or material? It's been raining a bit in England lately so I would like your suggestions.
>>620361 Not an ausfag but I had an idea for changing the background trees to mount fuji and where the stars would be replaced with the rising sun pattern. Maybe for australia replace the treeline with ayers rock?
We have about 6 forest service cabins in my area and this happens all the time. You have to pay money to reserve them and people just think they can show up, "oh... I didn't know you had to reserve these. You're not going to make us walk back 5 miles through the forest at night are you? There's plenty of room for us" Or they are already inside the cabin and you show up and have to kick them out.
I don't let them in and kick them out when they are there unless they were near death.
>Favorite activity Just hiking all over the mountains with the bros >Project Built a display case for a local elementary school. That shit turned out nice but woodworking is hard to do for an eagle project.
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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