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No.1517822 ViewReplyOriginalReport
Feeling suicidal but actually am considering being an /out/hermit instead. How do I make this financially feasible? From Colorado. Basically I’m an asshole and I want to quit bothering people.
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No.1519365 ViewReplyOriginalReport
If I pour cooking oil onto a charcoal briquette atop a pile of toilet paper will the charcoal burn?

Comfy photos from our /out/ings

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We haven't had one of these in a little while.

About a month ago I took my son on a day hike at Little River Canyon in Alabama. This first one is from the observation deck over the falls, which is where most people, by far, just stop for a moment, look off of, then leave. We took the trail along the canyon rim down stream until we got to the climb down spot.

We spent a while around the river at the bottom where I took him to my old favorite meditation spot from the 90s, which I'd shown him in a photo taken back then by his mother, my ex wife. After a bit of timeless exploration we hiked back to the falls from the bottom, spent a while there, then returned the way we'd come.

He's about to graduate and begin college, at which point I will depart and become a permanent /out/ist. I will very much miss his daily presence in my life, and being such in his.
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Flies

No.1518546 ViewReplyOriginalReport
What are some easy freshwater flies to attempt tying (for bass, trout, and panfish) if you’re just getting into it?

No.1518991 ViewReplyOriginalReport
Hey, first time posting on this board. My gf and I are climbing Taum Sauk next week, planning on just bringing the basic hiking essentials. Is there anything else I need to know or bring? I would assume it'll just be like a steep hiking trail... Right?
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No.1519044 ViewReplyOriginalReport
Three days ago I found a little hedgehog limping across the street in front of our house. I was afraid he might get run over by a car, so I lifted him up and sat him down in our garden, hoping he might recover. A little while later I saw him crawling through our hedge and then lying down next to a bush. The next day I didn't see him anymore, I thought he walked out of our garden again. Today I then saw him again while walking with my dog. He lay dead at the fence inside our garden. I dug him a grave in the rain and gave him some flowers on the way.
Goodbye hedgehog. I'm sorry I didn't save you.
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Homegrowmen Thread #177 Farming and Gardening

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Colorado weather

No.1519370 ViewReplyOriginalReport
who here /SNOW/? Also, them rivers are going to be flowing.
And to think I was naive enough to put my winter stuff away.

New sc/out/Car

No.1505386 ViewReplyOriginalReport
So with the money im currently saving plus my tax return ill have enough cold greenbacks to purchase a new sc/out/ car for my outdoor adventures

So I've come down to two choices that meets my needs. Suzuki Samurai with a soft top
Or a 1970-1985 Jeep CJ5 i know the jeep is more popular but the suzuki has some nice lines and mpg.
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