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bunker in the forest

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I'm helping my brother and some friends build a bunker in the woods, about 6' by 5' by 6'. What should we put in it? So far we've starting laying the foundations with cinder blocks, I'm thinking of finishing it off with cemented rocks to save money.

Also anyone have good ideas for a concealed entrance?
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What does /out/ do about the bugs from hell?

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Howdy, just started bushwhacking, going off trail, and just realized mosquitoes are bugging me, so how should I deal with them? Classic pesticides or something more natural?
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Fishing & Tackle Thread

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#229-“My Wife’s Boyfriend’s Record Crappie” Edition

Previous Thread:
>>1273611

Thinking about picking up a new hobby? Want to get a memecaster? Haven't mastered the Palomar knot? Click here!
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Talk about fishin
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Trees please

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What do you think is the most american tree?
I had a shower thought of what is the most american tree. then it branched out (no pun intended) to what other countries most _____ tree is.
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I have psoriasis. In horrible places. Ass crack splits and bleeds if I use toilet paper, so I use a bidet at home. Wet wipes don't help. I can, if I'm lucky, wipe my ass once every few days with just dry toilet paper. This keeps me from being in the woods for more than a day or two at a time. The pain is unbelievable, and if it splits then I have to use steroid cream for a week to get back to semi normal. Help me, for the love of god.
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does /out/ have firearms?

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im a hunter. live in canada, got a small family collection.. my favourite rifle is the mini 14, always was .. do you own guns? post em
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Hats general

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Hat thread: spring edition. Post the last hat you wore /out/

Pic related is what I wore when the sun came out and I was too lazy to get sunscreen. Feel free to roast my basic-ass cotton bullshit.
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kayak camping

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Went on a float trip, tried out a kayak, had a good time. Going to give kayak camping a go.

I already have lots of good ultralight backpacking gear so I'm mostly prepared. Just going with a cheap starter kayak (pelican argo 100) to see if I want to invest more later. From my research, it looks like that model can handle up to straight-forward class 2 rapids and lake travel, relatively versatile. Storage space is limited at that price tag and size but all my gear is ultralight so I’m not concerned about size limitations.

Main thing I’m hung up on is the sleeping bag. I’ve always bought down-filled stuff with low temperature ranges. Now I’m searching for a synthetic bag. I won’t kayak when it’s cold out because water, I don’t need to worry as much about weight because I’m mostly travelling by water to campsites, and even though I know how to keep my gear dry it seems like asking for trouble to rely on a down bag in a kayak. Only real concern is that it is as condensable as possible to help fit in the kayak.

Looking for suggestions on synthetic sleeping bags. Temp range of 40+ only is ok. As condensable as possible is important.

>>Inb4 dry down
I’ve made up my mind, synthetic only, thanks though

Also kayak/canoe camping general
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Prepping

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I suppose I could be considered a prepper, I always try to keep at least a months food on hand as well as fuel and assorted other comfort items because I live fairly far out and I don't get plowed out very quickly in the winter and I will get flooded in at least once a spring.

Anyways, I think I've finally reached a point where I am set for anything that I can reasonably expect, and yet I still feel the need to prepare for more. I don't mean going off the deep end with guns and militias and shit. More along the lines of putting in fruit trees or getting chickens. General self reliance type stuff.

What would the first thing you guys put in if you had the space and money to do so?

Also general prepper thread (including batshit militaristic prepping I guess).
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Let's talk water purification real quick.

Tabs, filters, or boiling? What do you do and why?
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