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Mushrooms in on the west coast of Scotland

No.1887102 ViewReplyOriginalReport
Anyone know any good spots to pick mushrooms on the west coast of Scotland preferably around Ayrshire?
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No.1887041 ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
Questions that don't deserve their own thread:

made so retards stop making threads that don't need to be made.
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No.1888113 ViewReplyOriginalReport
Went hiking. Don't like hiking. What gives? I thought it was supposed to be fun? I was just sitting around innawoods instead of sitting around in my room. Nothing unpleasant happened, but I didn't see anything particularly enjoyable about it.
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why are boomerangs superior to knives?

+you can throw them and they come back to you
+you can hunt better

+you can break stuff with it for example wood or stone
+you can cut with it
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Hey /out/, a biologist here
I just trapped an ant in tree CUM (pine resine), it looks kinda dope.
Don't let my career fool you, i'm actually stupider than you think. My only reason to believe it's going to get solid and preserve the ant is cause I saw it on jurassic park, i guess only time will tell.
Any cool thing you've found in the wild?
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Since when did canada look like THAT

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wtf /out/ I thought you told me canada didn't have a grand canyon
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SCUBA Diving General - /sdg/

!!9LJfNud3i9k No.1824459 ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
I'm going to give this a try.

SCUBA = Self-Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus

Since this is the first (maybe last?) thread I guess a good start would be asking anons some questions:
>Have you tried or thought about trying it?
>Are you certified (what certs, how many dives)?
>Experiences so far?

>Why bother?
It's a pretty based hobby if you like getting wet. Staying and breathing underwater for longer periods of time exposes you to a completely different world and experience. You should at least try this once in your lifetime. Also, there's no talking underwater (except occasional hand signals), so you won't have to deal with nagging from other people except for a short period on the surface.
>Is it expensive?
Any hobby has its expenses. If you choose to own your own gear instead of renting it you'll quickly drive up quite a hefty cost. However, if you turn out to be an active diver the initial investment is usually worth it over time.
>Isn't SCUBA diving dangerous?
Yes, you could die with very little effort (hold your breath and ascend: boom, you're dead). You should keep this in mind every time you dive. The risk is worth it though, and quite low when it comes to recreational diving between or shallower than 18-20 meters.
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fire starter

No.1889326 ViewReplyOriginalReport
does anyone actually use magnesium fire starter or even larp as a cave man to make a camp fire ?
personally because I'm a smoker, I always carry a lighter and never bothered to use any of those thing
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Winter Camping General

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Fall is here, so that means winter is right around the corner. I am thinking about going camping in the UP this winter with some friends in late December/early January. What are your experiences? I don't predict it to be awfully cold, but I have heard there is a lot of snow. It would be at Painted Rocks and Tahquamenon Falls. Also, winter camping general. What are some of your tips and tricks for you winter campers out there? Any meals you like especially in the winter? Gear tips you would especially recommend?
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Is Idaho like a scaled-down Alaska?
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