Disk space woes. and yes, posting links is STILL broken due to some issue with recaptcha that I can't fucking figure out.
>Walking through the woods
>Lost in thought
>Enjoying being away from society
>Suddenly start to feel uneasy
>Immediately notice the forest has become dead silent
>Continue on walk feeling unnerved
Usually only happens when I'm deep innawoods but has anyone else experienced this? I'm chalking it up mostly to just my mind playing tricks on me, or just me being paranoid in general.
all of this. lel btw
I did a ton of solo urban exploring/S.T.A.L.K.E.R challenges/mine exploring before I ever got serious about hiking. When you're 700 feet into a twisting mine shaft and you start hearing whispers/footsteps/seeing shadows walking past you, you kind of appreciate silence a lot more.
Cool pic, is that bryce or cedar breaks?
I wouldn’t worry about it.
Is a takedown .22lr the ultimate /out/ meme gun?
You're the cuck who keeps deleting my ravyn woodsmyn threads aren't you
I tried to thell them:
While I admire your custom stock and bbl, I'm pretty sure it's a (US) violation to make a rifle out of an "as manufactered" pistol.
nope, not if it has a 16 inch barrel
And I'm fine with that, just never sure which way the wind blows over batfehq?
Any suggestions for reasonably priced, smaller fixed blades? No tard chopping involved.
A mora cannot be beat for /out/, but it's not something I would carry around elsewhere. Been using pic related for almost a year, and it's hard to beat.
(not sure how an izula compares to a CIMA, size wise, but that would be my next choice)
I etched my knife today. what dou yo thing about the design
not gonna lie looks pretty nice. I think the 'peaks' would look better rounded, however.
Seen this one break on youtube. The steel is brittle
Most overpriced brand in my opinion
Old hickory slices through wood, has a good heat treat and is cheap.
A new generation mora 511 or a hultafors knife are the way to go.
Cheap, light, sturdy and most proven.
>>1187079 >mora 511
WTF is this???? A swedish made fixed blade scandi grind knife for 10 dollars? Fkin sold.
What does /out think of pic related?
I heard the 420hc by buck is great. Any experiences?
>>1187012 >The only thonks I'm gonna attack with this knife are dead deer, boars and logs.
In that case I suggest the buck zipper, and skipping the logs. The 'gut hook' is an extremely handy tool for game.
I have one and swapped it for a mora. The mora weighs less, and takes up less room, I got the 119 as a gift and quickly realized it's more knife than I need.
I have a buck 102 that my grandfather used. Afterward he gave it to my dad until he gave it to me. Still a good knife.
Bucks are made in china and you can buy a knockoff that does the same thing for a fraction of the price that will likely be from the exact same foundry.
>>1187043 >this does not sound honorable
You Sir, have the morals of a common snake.
I explore abandoned underground mines AMA.
Cool hobby OP
my pics are with a phone, i really do need to invest in a good camera, but lighting conditions are terrible, and the dust doesnt help.
I'm guessing you mean ore carts. I know where six are at, and all of them are broken beyond repair. Ore carts are very hard to find because they either took them to the next mine site or they were scrapped during WW1 or WW2
>>1186954 >you should have posted this pic in the edc thread
The autism in real.
You think I carry this everyday?
Only underground Anon.
Thanks Anon, We enjoy it.
What the fuck it wasn't even smoking when I left
People like you are the reason that places keep banning campfires.
Calfire currently doesn't have anything active on their map. Usually they're pretty fast about these things but since its out of season right now it's hard to say for now.
>itt suckers that got baited, hooked and netted Well played, Senior! Bueno playedo!
>>1187017 >It's a powerful and unbelievably depressing documentary
Dear Zachary is the biggest meme documentary ever, they literally use stock videogame scream sound clips for dramatic effect. What a joke.
>>1187017 >huge blaze >one water drop gets it under control
ITT post your job, career, salary, and age. Are you happy and how did you end up with your career choice? I want to know also high paying /out/ related careers. Anyone work in the oil fields?
don't fucking tell me what to do, faggot
Just post your info you fucking puggle faggot
>>1187045 >$167,690USD >37y/o >spec inv >ivy >kill me
Hey yall, im decently new to out, but have been getting more and more into it, im curious as to finding some /Out/ literature that will help me out. Specifically for where I live, Cuckafornia. Im mostly focusing on identifying vegetation and trees for use in camping.
Any help is appreciated. Thanks.
>>1187020 >literature >focusing on identifying vegetation and trees for use in camping
pic related. i think you mean "guidebooks".
How to become more comfortable going /out/? And by that I mean being able to deal with encountering other people on the trail. I want to go out to enjoy nature without getting dirty looks and judgment from other people like I do in the city. How do I learn to not give a fuck?
Pic related, how to avoid or deal with these people?
Tip your hat and say "G'day" Maybe ask a simple question you've been pondering like, "Much further to the end of the trail?" Or "Hot one, isn't it?"
Tfw I can never tell if I'm talking too loud or too quietly
>>1167781 >43% virgins
Holy fuck nipland truly is /our country/
I'm not a virgin now but I wish I still was.
anyone have any stories?
Sorry, I'm not aware of any nicknames he acquired.
When I worked at summer camp we had a bear who'd visit every few days during a couple weeks of the season pretty much yearly. I don't really have many stories about him though and I suck at greentxting. The bear was pretty chill. He'd essentially walk through camp going after trashcans and the Camp Director would have to walk around after him telling the bear not to. We all treated the bear like an old friend who's come home drunk from the bar yet again and who needs our help not to hurt himself. There were other bears that poked around at the far end of camp who weren't nearly as nice but I never really had to deal with them.
Does anybody still have a link to this?