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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agafia_Lykova
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BFK3DJ7Kn6s
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what does /out/ think?
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no sex for 70 years
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>>771118
this is the first thing that comes in your mind, good job!
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>>771110
There's this doc happy people about people living there in yt. Breddy gud

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Anyone know of any good caves in central Kentucky other than Mammoth Cave? Preferably not really big tourist attractions, possibly even undocumented ones.
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>>770937
Lost river cave system in Warren county is ok. Well the parts that aren't under the water table...
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>>770937
Daniel Boone National Forest has lots of unmapped caves that you can find simply by walking around. Found a huge one that had 15 foot ceilings and went like 120 feet back once just hiking. Must have been 5 miles from a trail.
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>>771267
Any idea where it was?

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left or right?
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>>770803
left, always left
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>>770803
right, always right
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>>770803
left, always left

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Hi /out/

Does anyone else ever research random uninhabited US islands and think about moving there and trying to live off the land?

All of these islands are so cool. Some of them have abandoned villages, because the government forced the locals to move to mainland AK.

Many of them are not visited by a human on even an annual basis. Some have small inuit populations. Some have WWII history.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_islands_of_Alaska
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>>769911
That picture looks extremely uninhabitable
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>>769911

footage from Middleton Island
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gGnmYHHjwCE&t=7m
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>>769920

Cooler footage from pt. 7: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sUFnokxKgXQ&t=5m15s

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How to deal with altitude sickness?
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Acclimate, drink water.

Things get worse? Go down fast. HAPE/HACE is not something to fuck with.
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Try to spend a night at the trailhead
While backpacking, try to sleep at lower elevations
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>>769668
chew coca leaves
it really helps a lot
also helps you to stay active much longer and be less hungry

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I'm going out to the Mojave with my geology class for some mapping in Rainbow Basin. I've never camped in the desert.

My main problem is my tent. It's a cheap 30 dollar tent from target with lots of mesh. The place we set up camp will be canyon with insane wind at night. Last year an instructor's tent was literally blown away. I've got decent stakes and I'll weigh down my tent so I'm not concerned about that. Rather, sand and silt will be blown into my tent if I can't find a way to stop it. Will a strong tarp taped around my tent...
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Knock out your boots/shoes before putting them on in the morning.
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>>769448
Don't worry, you'll learn everything the hard way like we all had to. Well not me. I did geology in Europe so we stayed in hotels like civilized human beings but... nevertheless you'll be fine.

Shake out your shoes and cover your dumps
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Sorry OP, no matter how well you try to cover up, you won't escape the dust and silt in the desert. I just went out last weekend actually and I woke up with about a 1-2mm of sand covering me because a wind storm came through over night. It's tough times.

Bring water into the tent at night, and I advise having eye drops and chapstick. You'll be a dusty bastard come morning.

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Hello, friends. I'm a filthy citydweller and I need to cross 250 kilometers of average, european, slightly hilly, terrain. On foot.
Time is not really a factor but I'd really prefer to not die.
I'm in alright physical condition and I excercise and run, though I've never done anything quite like this.
There will be several town-stops on the trail though, for refilling and shit.

I've got some questions but feel free to tell me anything you might consider applicable.

1) How to sleep on such a long-distance journey? Do I like climb...
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>>768038
Do you have any camping experience?

Find a light weight tent (alps mountaineering makes a good quality affordable one man ~$100usd), sleeping mat, and bag, or go with a hammock set up. It's all about preference and how much comfort you need to get a good nights sleep. I personally don't like sleeping on hammocks because I like to be able to sleep on my stomach and side which isn't very comfortable given the shape of hammocks.

You should get a decent sized pack, 65-80 liters, and some light weight cooking gear. I like jetboil but people here poo poo it (there are a lot of unnessisarily picky people on this board). It works great and boils water super fast which is what you'll need since the meals you should bring should be dehydrated stuff. It's lightweight and full of the nutrients you need when exerting yourself.

Another likely essential would be a water purification system. From a lot of experience, I'd recommend buying a hanging bag system. It's the simplest design with no moving parts meaning that, as long as you're somewhat careful not to puncture the bags, it is the least likely to experience mechanical failure.

Don't pack a lot of clothes. One pair of pants will do and a few shirts, a hoodie, and 5 or so pairs of underwear. Bring some biodegradable all purpose soap (Dr. Bronner's ftw) to clean your cloths and body.

I recommend a mid height boot especially if you're an inexperienced backpacker. They offer better ankle support than a low so you're less likely to twist your ankle and become stranded.

Hope this helped! Have fun OP!
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>>768108
Hi and thank you, anon, for your response.
I don't have much camping experience in the conditions I have described but I do have some experience in general.
I should've clarified I barely have any money to work with but your post was very helpful anyway. I'll try to get as much stuff as you described as possible, though it might not always work out.

From what I'd like to respond to, I think I'll get the hammock.
How should I be placing the hammock? If I place it too high up, won't...
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Me (OP) again.
I have done some reasearch and discovered that there aren't that many predators lurking around. In fact, they are very rare. Still, I wouldn't like to meet any of them.

Though there is a lot of wild boars on my way lately and I heard those can fuck you up.
Been reading about them for a while.
I don't suppose they can get up into trees with their piggy legs.

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Dick measuring thread: I woke up with a spider on my face and didn't even scream.
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Many years ago innawood a branch whapped me in a face and one of the twigs got under the corner of my eye and as myself and my brother were trying to undwedge it my eye popped out. I pushed it back in with my hand, which felt like a horrible ice cream headache. Shit still ain't right †bh.
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>>766556
I once ate a steak cooked medium rare and I enjoyed it.
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>>766556
Why would you scream? So it can jump into your mouth?

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post /out/ transportation
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my /out/ transportation
>just need a bigger gas tank so i can get more than 80 miles range
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>>760341
>not being sandalcore
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>>760341
There can be only one

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Alright sc/out/s, I'm going innawoods in a month, should I go tent and sleeping bag or hammock + sleeping bag + tarp?
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Get one of those hammocks that has a support and turns into its own little hanging tent
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>>746389
If there won't be trees, I'd recommend a tent. If the ground will be hard or uneven, I'd recommend a hammock.

If you've never hammocked before, borrow one from a friend or buy a cheap one at Wal-Mart. You probably won't regret spending the $25, even if you do decide to use a tent on this trip.

In my opinion, hammocks are better for a single person, tents are better for couple and families.
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Hammock and tarp. Take a sleeping pad in case you have to sleep on the ground.

do you use hat? helmet? nothing? when /out/
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I use a hat to try to protect myself from ticks
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>>773111
O-odd pic OP
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Nothing and also buzz cut masterrace. Feels fresh

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Are leather shoelaces more or less durable than cotton ones?

Also; is there a specific way of tying them?
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What kind of retard uses cotton laces when nylon exists?
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Polyester masterrace coming thru, make way. MAKE WAY!
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Technora master race coming thru, make way. MAKE WAY!

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>five hours ago on a nice vantage point at the beach
>just enjoying the beauty that is life while eating the ham and cheese sandwich I had made at home
>decide to skip some stones as I'm right near the water and actually pre good
>get fourteen skips on second try
>people start to watch
>get nervous as they continue to watch
>throw another

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>>772774
So how many skips did you get on the sandwich?
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I don't know I sprinted back to my car
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>>772774
kek

You did nothing wrong btw. Consider it your skipping show grand finale. Next time pass a hat around.

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Alright I'm here, what's going on?
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>>772678
Mission accomplished, now go back to >>>/b/
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>>772689
kek
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>>772678
This board is not as fun as /b/, its better to stay where you came from. You will have a better time.

Found this kitchen knife that someone stuck into a tree today.
Post pics of whatever you find during your adventures.
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>>772469
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>>772469
I once found a 2 liter geocache full of shit.
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>>772474
That's Disgusting gotten pics of it

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Hey /out/, I'm a young English lad who's planning a big America road trip with my chum. A place we definitely want to check out when we're in Oregon is Crater Lake National Park. I've had a good look at this place on Google Earth and a read a bit about it online but I was just wondering if it's possible to get to Wizard Island and hike to the top of it.

From what I can tell this area circled in red looks like it's fairly shallow water and it also doesn't appear to be a long distance (could be wrong though, I've never been here...
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have to take the boat, but it drops you off and you can hike to the top of wizard island.

if you're planning on camping there (at the park, can't sleep on the island) you'll need to make your reservations at least 3-6 months in advance, depending on how busy a time of year you're planning on coming.

last time i went was in december about 6 years ago and it was full whiteout conditions. 100' visibility. 9+ feet of snow. it was awesome.
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seeing it in the snow sounds awesome but we'll probably be going there during the summer. We don't plan on camping there (although now you mention it that doesn't sound like a bad idea) it was probably just going to be a one day thing.

Also could I just ask, where is the dock where you catch the boat? and is it at all expensive?
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>>772461
yeah, i wouldn't recommend winter for your first visit. it was an interesting change from when i'd been in the summer

>https://www.nps.gov/crla/index.htm
should have everything you need

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Anyone else just come here to LARP but not really that into being /out/?

Like i find it interesting and shit and when i do go out i enjoy myself but i rarely ever do anything /out/ related.
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>>772397
>Anyone else just come here to LARP

You come to this board to LARP?
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>>772411
Somewhat but mostly to gain information.

I don't do much out stuff myself so i feel kinda out of place here.
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>>772417
>I don't do much out stuff myself so i feel kinda out of place here.

That's fine. You don't have to do /out/ stuff. People who are simply interested are more than welcome in my opinion.

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#44- "5am" Edition

Previous Thread:
>>770520

Welp, it's early as fug. Bait shop near me supposedly opens at 5am so I'm going to grab some shiners and see if I can actually get some attention from peacock bass. Miami anon is supposed to meet up, said she is down to be at the lake by 6:30am so we'll see.

Strippers are still goin strong in the Northeast, mainebub has(d) the honey hole. TXfag has the worm hooks for the low.

Talk about fishin.
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>>771992
What time do you go to bed?

I still haven't gone to sleep yet and I'm in the same time zone as you haha what am I like??

Also you need to lay the pipe on Miamianon
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Hey thanks for the help about the open faced reel. I have the anti reverse switch flipped but I think the problem is I have shitty line coupled with the fact that I'm new to using these types of reels. I need to respool it anyways because I didnt put enough line on it the first go around.
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>>772008
I think I passed out around 9pm last night. Woke up for a minute around midnight and went back to sleep.

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Single bit or double bit?

Explain your reasoning.
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>>771641
single all the way. more useful tool, better ergos and you actually feel where the head is directed at..

double bit is kind of retarded, worse balance and all. in theory you need to sharpen it less frequently and that is supposedly a pro. so grind the two bits to different angle.
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>>771647
*some grind
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>>771647
the double bit is also heavier, which would be a plus for working lumbermen, opposed to your average self employed wildman

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How does one even start getting into hunting? I live in SoCal so I've never even seen a civilian with a gun let alone someone hunting. I feel like without family or friends who hunt it's extremely difficult to get into.
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>>769852
Well you should start with fishing then, then like buy a gun... then let nature take its course
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>>769852
I had the same problem when I started hunting. No family to teach me.

Start by doing research on techniques. Read books about hunting and animal behavior, watch videos on YouTube, learn how to gut and clean your game once you catch it, learn how to cook it.

Once you have some book smarts, buy a .22 (savage MKII is an affordable and extremely accurate rifle. Buy a Nikon Rimfire scope as well) and start small game hunting. Start with squirrels and rabbits and stick to that until you are comfortable and efficient in processing your kills.

Good luck
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>>769852
That pic has to be staged.

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Any good hiking boot recommendations? I'm looking at these:

http://www.shoeme.ca/products/timberland-mens-flume-mid-waterproof-tb018128242-dark-brown
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>>769374
They look good for the money. Better than the ones with 10% discount on that site, because of the number of seams
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>>769374
Salomon boots are fucking fantastic.
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>>769374
my only thoughts about what you posted is, they cannot be re-soled. or at least not very easily/cheaply.

>>771917
>salomon boots
googled, went to hiking. looks like really expensive pair of walking nikes, with taller necks. what makes them so great, I was pretty enthusiastic to hear of a brand on /out/ that I haven't heard of, plus you said, FUCKING FANTASTIC. but then I was so let down anon.

Dear /out/, I want to hike to the deep end of nowhere and build a raft to return home. There will be two-three male-female pairs of us. We can bring cordage, saws, axes, etc, and are planning to chop down trees on the spot or use dead ones. Temperate, swampy region, minimal civilization (less than Deliverance), it'll either be lightly flooded or dried out.

Does anyone have any experience with this?
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>>769012

What river?
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Also we could drop by a lumbermill for wood but we'll have to haul it for 15 km through woods.
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>>769014
Not very wide or deep, quite mellow. No rapids, slow current.

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How do you overcome your fear of being vulnerable while camping in the forest

The slightest sound - a falling tree branch or a scurrying animal - sends my mind racing and keeps me up until sunrise

Pls help anon
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>>768842
Bring someone else

Bring a knife/gun

Idk man
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You don't. It's part of the experience.
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>>768842
But you are vulnerable. Why do you want to sugar coat your existence. Embrace that shit and start enjoying every little sound made by every little creature or thing around you. What I do is try to think of the circumstances. This bird is singing right here and now, why? That branch sound, why? It will help you understand the world around you and you'll fall madly in love with the outdoors.

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havent seen one before so i thought i would make it
>stuff that grinds your gears
loud and belligerent people possibly intoxicated, littering (obvious one), destruction of wildlife or habitat, even vandalism.
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>>767508
Fly fishers
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I see dead sucker fish and gar that people catch, kill, and just leave on the banks around here. People wasting wild game in general, I guess.
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>>767519
Poorfag detected.

git gud at fishing scrub

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What's a recommended brand? I was eyeing this Yamaha one:

https://www.yamahamotorsports.com/generator/models/ef2000isv2
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>>766994
Honda and Yamaha are both real tough to beat. Fuel, oil change once a year, and it'll run.

What are you powering with it?
2kW is a good size for most applications where you need a generator. AC units, you'll need more power (or parallel two 2kW units).

I have two Generac iX2000's. Got them used for super-cheap. One works great, other not so much. Think i've narrowed it down to stator windings on the one that doesn't work, just haven't taken the time to go through it in...
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>>766994
Why? what for?

why not a harbor freight generator? even there 7000 running watt is only 600 dollars. And inb4 you say those pred engines are shit. they are honda clones, as long as you aren't a complete fuck nuts and can change an airfilter/oil and empty the gastank/carb before going into storage, should have no problems. the fuel lines are kinda craptastic, but will last easily 2 years without problems.

>>767004
my window unit/ac unit runs on 800watts....
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>>766994
Honda is best brand, but Yamaha ain't bad.

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Why do people buy all these sugary candy power bars instead of eating GORP like the old days?
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Trail mix?
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>>764232
For me, it's easier to carry and eat. I can stash the bars in any one of a dozen places & eat it with one hand as opposed to having a large bag of loose pieces that can spill, etc.
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just turn your GORP into a bar by mixing it with some peanut butter and honey and rolling it out and wrapping it in parchment paper

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I've had the same friends since middle school but my high school interests of video games and anime have turned more into literature, camping, and drinking since college. How do you guys find /out/ friends? Or do you all go alone?
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>>772700
>damn that doggo is operator af
I go alone because the people that I know are only interested in day hikes. No complaints. Love it.
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>>772700
you stop making the same self victimizing threads on an anonymous board every week
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>>772700
Meet new people. Talk to them about /out/ type shit and if they seem interested, do said /out/ type stuff together.

My new fishing partners include my little brother, a coworker and his son, and a couple people from /out/.

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Has anyone here played the long dark? How accurate do you think it is? I busted my leg whilst out three weeks ago so its just vidya for me until it gets better.

http://store.steampowered.com/app/305620/

Also /out/ vidya games in general.
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for a fat video gamer i guess its ok
but for people who actually go out this shit is pretty boring and the gameplay is fustrating
its just how lucky you get looting
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Whats the best /out/ game?
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>>772024

I did not like it at all. Totally down to luck, not realistic (for example you should be able to harvest wood from a small cabin you have no use for but instead have to wander around through all the trees and other fallen wood until you find a loot container with wood).

Last I played it there was also really only about 2 hours of gameplay before you've done everything.

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Hello /out/,

I need a tent for a festival, help me choose the right one. I've been thinking about pic related but I'm on a budget, I want to know is it worth the price? The tent itself is just the right size, me, my gf, and enough room to dump all our gear. The festival is 5 days, and most likely it will rain, I've been going to that particular one every year since 2012 and only one of them wasn't a total pool of water; So I guess I need a tent that's irrefutably waterproof, that's probably the most important part. Another thing is, I don't...
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>>771448
Big Agnes has some tents that would probably work for you.
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>>771452
nice range, but I can't find much info about HH? are they good waterproof?
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>>771470
Big Agnes is a pretty well known backpacking brand so their tents would probably work well for festival use. I need a good festy tent myself. The trusty old Coleman I had got wrecked last year.

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Not sure if /out/ is the right place to ask, but what trees are these ?

I like them.
And the blue ones, I like the blue ones as well.

ITT: post blue/red/black trees.
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>>771293
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