Minor update: paid the small fee to have the art production mocked up. They'll send it across in 3-5 days. If I'm satisfied with that, I'll pay the outstanding cost and they'll go into full production. Which should take 10-15 days. So i will potentially have patches in my hands within 20 days ready to be shipped.
Now all we need to discuss is payment options people are happy with.
>Paypal >Anons directly pay me, I package and send the patches +Easiest... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Anybody here ever grow smokable plants? No, I'm not talking about cannabis. Tobacco itself seems quite hard to grow, but other things like wild tobaccos, lobelia, coltsfoot, etc seem relatively simple.
I'm thinking about setting up a small garden with a few of these.
I'm not sure if this is the right board but I came here to tell a story. I can green text it, but it might come off a little amateur, I'm not really a writer. But maybe it'll be an easier way to chronicle the last eight years or so of my life.
>be 18, young, depressed with unhappy home life >no future >turned to drugs and fell in with the wrong crowd >had outdoor hobbies until about 14 so I had some experience with camping and such Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>464154 >stick around in the morning >hear redneck truck go away >inspect crappy shed and hear whimpering as i get closer >whole thing is broken down, red paint, damaged wood >stinks like rot >open door and see a wolf dog chained, with cuts and wounds all over >barely looked like a wolf dog, scruffy, unkempt... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>464157 >find key in kitchen drawers, search for food and take anything i could use >first aid kit >food >find gun rack, leave the fuck alone (wish I hadn't) >go back out trying to cover up my presence >can't do >go to the back towards the shed >let the dog go Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>462407 I've been looking up small solar panels online lately and it seems the Anker 14W Dual-Port Solar Charger is a good choice. It's $60 though. I haven't bought it yet so can't provide any personal experience, but reviews look pretty good. Any panel as small as the one in your pic is barely going to be able to charge anything.
I'm looking into getting a Fenix UC35 mainly because it has a micro USB charging port for an 18650 battery (which I have many as I vape). Just from my short reading around, it needs around 3.4v in order to charge. Are there any portable solar panels that put out around the 3.4v range anyone knows of? Or am I doing my math bass ackwards?
Let's say you're hiking and you lost your backpack after falling in a river. You'very been swept downstream and become kinda lost. All you have is two pouches on your belt measuring 3"x6" (pic related). What would you want to be inside those pouches. Assume you have a belt made of 50' of woven paranoid and a relatively large knife Attached to that belt.
>>461922 I currently have: A magnesium block/ferrorod A small, sharp folding knife 2 waterproof pillbottles stuffed with dryer lent (awesome tinder, pic related) A thermal blanket Fishing line, weights, hooks, power bait and some small lures. Basic medication/bandages.
Would anyone be up for some kind of a group buy for an /out/ patch/badge?
I'm not even sure how we would go about this, it's just an idea for now. It doesn't even have to be specific to /out/ or 4chan necessarily like some of the other boards projects, just a cool design related to the outdoors maybe. Anyway, if there's enough interest we can start brainstorming ideas, finding out suppliers etc. otherwise just let this thread die.
There was an article in backpacker about this once.
Some guy in either WA or OR would let you rent his goats for trailcamping. The author and a friend did it, and they said it was hell because goats are stubborn as fuck. One would only move if you sprayed him with a spraybottle full of water, even though the guy who owned the goats specifically said it was only to be used for punishment, not motivation. The author used it for motivation anyways. I always thought that was really shitty of him.
There are hundreds upon hundreds of videos on the internet of crashes involving private aircraft, nearly all of them due to engine failure during take-off. The pilots themselves say that you must be always ready for an emergency situation because they WILL happen, and each one you survive prepares you for the next one that will eventually come, no matter how good and well maintained the plane is, problems just happen in private aircraft.
It looks fun as shit, but godamn, a hobby where shit might just happen and you... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
> its fun, but its dangerous just like almost everything :D
i think it just depends how much risk you are willing to take. and how real that risk is. i think its quite safe but you should look up your national statics, but if you do it right and aren't a drunk farmer in a plane used twice a year for spraying pesticide. it should be fine like comrecial flight. for example in my country many small planes have car engines (since they are developed on a far far higher budget) and they are really fucking relaible.
>Be me >Work 64-80 hour pay periods >Bay 10 minute drive from house; fish at least twice a week >Mountains / desert 45 minute drive in either direction >Can choose from chaparral, forest or desert biomes >Every other weekend off to do some overnight dispersed camping
Hey /out/ I'm doing some survival camping and wanted to try to make it gucci as possible.
We'll be doing lean-tos, no tents. This will be in the northern prairies probably around -20 to -30C. I'm thinking of doing a lean-to with a raised bed if time allows and a rakovalkea beside it. I'll have the afternoon to build it. Any suggestions to make it comfy and warm?
>>451933 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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>>451892 >Ah shiiiet, these just came in, the bottom right ones are Jalapeno chichimeca seeds of which i gave a few to a friend. >Did you guys order anything?
I'm actually gearing up to order things this week. I'm one week behind. I'll be getting colorful heirlooms and things like purple potatoes/sweet potatoes. Definitely many types of heirloom tomatoes this year from seed. My problem is that I have tons of seeds saved.... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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