Posting on ghost and internal boards should now work HOWEVER, links will not while an issue with recaptcha (antispam) is worked out

Okay...NOW /vp/'s images should be restored, an interrupt to the copy left a lot out that should now be there.

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>tfw no bushcrafting
>tfw firebans
>tfw no collecting firewood
>tfw stop-and-go traffic to get away from Denver any time during the week or coming back on i-70 or 285

Everyone told me Colorado was a great /out/ state. I fee lied to.
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Fishing & Tackle

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#188 "All the Tripfags are Benis" Edition

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Thinking about picking up a new hobby? Want to get a memecaster? Haven't mastered the Palomar knot? Click here!
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If you can't tie a knot, tie a alot
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/out/ Youtube channels

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Hi /out/
im looking for good outdoor channels on yt

Give me the best channels out there about crafting, survival, wilderness, cultives, anything related.
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Being a Trad Bow Hunter Is Like Being Given A Gift From God.

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An advanced super race, with their own lingo, customs, culture, traditions and a rich history. A people who stand strong in the face of imperialism and American Gun-Nut stupidity. Strong upper body strength, strong will, strong discipline, the proud bow hunter stands armed and ready to defend his values and traditions from the wraths of sub-human, animalistic, gun owners. Oh how I thank God that I learned to master a bow and was born a handsome, tall, perfect warrior. With global histories, one from the great bow warriors, discoverers, inventors, and intellectuals and another from the grandeur of the bow masters of Europe I can proudly stand tall and say I am proud to be a bow hunter, and I will love my land until the very last day.
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I live in an area where there is no hunting and the deer have no predators. While hiking I would constantly get within 10 feet of deer who I didn't notice. So I was walking and startled a mother with kids and Instead of running away it started stomping its foot and looked like it wsnted to charge.

The deer are new and invasive to the woods and I have no idea what to do. I three large stone towards the deer and it still didnt run.

I'm kinda of worried to hike in dutinf the rut now.
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How do you deal with bigfoot? I want to go camping but I'm scared of things like bigfoot, missing 411 and dogmen. Please dont turn this into an /x/ thread
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So hobos still hike freight trains?
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Post your knives!

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Quick!
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What does /out/ tell people when they seem perplexed that you go camping alone?

Or should I just go /out/ and quit talking about it, and instead just tell a family member or a friend where I'm going and when I'll be back and be low key about it?
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>local forest is overgrown with underbrush
>public is critical of USFS for aggressive suppression tactics not letting lightning fires clear the understory
>USFS starts letting lightning fires burn as long as no structures are threatened
>public criticizes USFS for not immediately suppressing fires and causing towns to get hazy

What's the solution?
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