AND ITS BACK
Stupid updates

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My new EDC, rate my setup sempais.
The phone is a Moto G5 Plus
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I, an atheist, have decided to walk on foot from Portland Oregon to Louisville Kentucky to visit the creation museum (all while reading and studying the Bible)

I am in bad physical shape (I barely walk a mile a day and have suffered from heart issues in the past as well as current issues with low testosterone as I have a T score of 125)

What should I do to prepare? I know I need new shoes, thermal clothes, and I’ll probably be living off a box of 7 quest bars a day (unless there’s a cheaper alternative)

How do I keep from being bored during the walk? How do I keep warm? What’s a cheap, lightweight caloric alloy dense food to bring?

I want to leave in the next two weeks.
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Homegrowmen Thread #201 Farming and Gardening

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Old thread: >>1630498

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Check sister thread: >>>/an/plant

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modern environmentalism

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Why don't normies understand ecology and ecosystem dynamics?
It seems like the extend to which normie environmentalism runs is "muh climate change" and "muh carbon emissions"

Meanwhile california is on fire because they were too scared that "muh prescribed burns will release carbon emissions". Same thing goes with the dutch rewilding experiment, where animals became overcrowded and diseased because they banned hunting.

The modern environmental movement is good as far as people actually say they "care" about the environment, but it is just as damaging when it means tax money is funded into the wrong avenues and useful projects for real conservation are shuttered down.
How do we foster proper environmental education that is based on science and not off feelings?
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First 2 Weeks Perma/out Living in National Forest

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Yes, during this venture I have been a retard, faggot, nog, sperg, and other such descriptors I am sure, but I have just accomplished 2 weeks living /out/ in Southern Appalachian national forest, post divorce as I have mentioned being upcoming over previous month's posts. Some aspects were quite humbling, and others were personal triumphs of human spirit, determination, effort and experience. I discovered "new" both profound weaknesses and strengths within myself. There are some ways that I will no longer be so critical of others here, and some that I shall now be even more so!

Thanks to a debacle with an old friend I have wound up back in my home county for a bit (still camping, I no longer have a home) and will have phone service (there was none for miles up there, one tiny spot that required three hours of hiking each time I needed to make contact) and some wifi access, so will come by as able and share more of what I experienced and learned. I missed you lads and laddies and had the thought while there that it would be super awesome if we could actually see through each other's eyes sometime while we are all on our own /out/ings. I know that I have seen some of your photos that made me wish I could have seen for myself your experiences.

There were definitely times that knowledge I gained from (You) actually served, and for all of that and plenty more I am grateful.
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The coming collapse

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Society is going to collapse, there's no way around that and we can't avoid it. What we can do is prepare to some degree. What are my chances living in the second largest city in sweden? How do i prep, what things do i need that i could've missed?

I have no experience whatsoever with being innawoods, but i can learn quickly.
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if you dont live in/near the mountains can you even say you are /out/?
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No.1638566 ViewReplyOriginalReport
Need to buy an Opinel from a shop in the UK, Decathlon no longer sell them, Where do I go?
Another cheap but "usable" knife will suffice too
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No.1635749 ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
how do you meet girls and get laid while /out/ ?
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Medical Pack general

No.1628503 ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
I haven't seen a medkit or first aid kit thread here, a clear mistake that you may learn in the hard way. medkits are like condoms and guns: it's better to have it and not need it than need it and not having it.

let's discuss about:
>kinds of medkits(bug out bag, camping, hunting, militar).
>different problems that you may have while /out/: cuts, burns, traumas, fractures and dislocations.
>dehydration, fever, diarrhea, vomits treatments.
>books
>what kind of first aid kit you use
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