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Homegrowmen Thread #82

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Companion Planting - Raised Beds - Hugelkultur - Vertical Gardening - Square Foot Gardening - Polyculture - Composting - Windrow Composting - Mulching - Vermiculture - Espalier - Fungiculture - Aquaponics - Greenhouses - Cold Frames - Hot Boxes - Polytunnels - Forest Gardening - Aquaculture - Mittlieder Method - Keyhole Garden - Window Frame Garden - Straw Bale Gardening - Soil-bag Gardening - Lasagna Gardening - No-till Method - Container Gardening - Ollas Irrigation - Kratky Method

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dont camp with druggies

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STORY TIME
-friend invited me to camp with 2 guys i dont know
-buy pack of beer
-arrived at the camp location about 4pm
-other guys start to smoke weed (i dont)
-we start to drink
-i finish the pack almost by miself
-we decide to pratice knife trowing at tree
-guys drop acid (again, i dont)
-we decide to to light a bonfire
-after about 1h trying we finnaly sucsed
-i decided to make ramen
-went looking for more wood while the ramen cooks
-when i go back guys tell me that they acidentaly droped the pan i was using and spilled a lot of water
-they were lazy to go get more water on the river so they used the mineral water we brought
-eat the ramen
-some time later we got thirsty and needed water
-boil water
-boiled water tasted like shit because of dirty pan
-boiled water was too hot to drink (that night was about 32C)
-guys start to alucinate
-my friend tells me that he is going to die of thirsty
-he says we should go to a 711 get water (30mins walking)
- it was pitch black
- i wanted to get more beer, so i agreed
-2 other guys said no because they tought we were beeing "watched"
- my friend is very afreid of dehydration
-i wanted more beer
-me and friend went out to 711
-friend said he knew the way
-believed friend (mistake)
-we got out of the forest preety quick
-we were in a field (probably farm)
-we walked for about 40 mins before he admited we where lost
-i took the lead
-found the way back in about 10 mins
-we got back
-friend was still afraid of dehydration
- i still wanted beer
-after a long discusion the guys decided to smoke more weed and sleep
-they where scared of us beeing "watched" so some one had to stay up
- i wasent tired so i took the watch
-mental note: dont camp with druggies again
-stayed up all night watching the stars
-waked them up as sun as the sun started to come out
-came back home and slept until nightfall
-next time bring more water
-next time bring my dog to make me company at night
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Travelling Advice Thread

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How feasable is it to travel across America hitch-hiking. I'm an Anglo /out/ist male and have read about Chris Mccandless. He got around with practically no cash however this was in the 70's/80's. Today is different and I know not much is free these days.

What alternatives to hitchhiking are there. I want to travel from East to West.

Thoughts?
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Water purification thread

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What's everyone's take on water purification? As far as drinking water goes. I have iodine tablets, are they good enough? Lifestraws? Sawyer's? Big pumps? UV lights? Bleach in a dropper bottle? Do you need something that takes chemicals out like charcoal or does a filter suffice? Also what's best for filling up bottles, I can't imagine a lifestraw would be helpful in that case.
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Homegrowmen Thread #83

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Search terms:

Companion Planting - Raised Beds - Hugelkultur - Vertical Gardening - Square Foot Gardening - Polyculture - Composting - Windrow Composting - Mulching - Vermiculture - Espalier - Fungiculture - Aquaponics - Greenhouses - Cold Frames - Hot Boxes - Polytunnels - Forest Gardening - Aquaculture - Mittlieder Method - Keyhole Garden - Window Frame Garden - Straw Bale Gardening - Soil-bag Gardening - Lasagna Gardening - No-till Method - Container Gardening - Ollas Irrigation - Kratky Method

Chickens - Goats - Pigs - Sheep - Cattle - Ducks - Turkey - Honey Bees - Geese - Llama - Alpaca - Fish - Crayfish

Resources:

http://pastebin.com/RDDAm3Jz

Secondary Edible Parts of Vegetables:
http://aggie-horticulture.tamu.edu/newsletters/hortupdate/hortupdate_archives/2005/may05/SecVeget.html
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Okay, every day I'm getting more and more sick of this society bullshit. Everything is going to hell and I love the woods. Can you guys give me some comprehensive advice on buying some forest land and getting started for living innawoods? What things should I keep in mind when looking for some innawoods land to aquire?
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Has anyone ever seen a wild monkey in Washington State?

I was hiking on a trail today and was about 3 miles in. The trail isn't very popular and is no where near any houses or city, I have to drive about 25 miles to get to the trail head. So I see this thing kinda swing from a tree out of the corner of my eye. I get my camera/iphone out and take a pic and about a second later it swung away and I didn't see where it went. It was white with a black face. I'm kinda pissed at the crap quality of the pic but hopefully people can make it out. It couldn't have been that big but I'm guessing it may have been 2 1/2 to 3 feet high.
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Not shilling. Gimme one reason why you don't own at least 1 arc'teryx piece of equipment for your outdoor needs. We all know they make far superior products then all the other outdoor brands.
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/fa/ hiking

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where does /fa/ and /out/ intersect?
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Are Wetterlings axes as good as they are made out to be? Are they really top-tier?
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