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Is there really not a single piece of land that isn't claimed by some country or person? Not even an uninhabited island in international waters? That's pretty depressing, if true. That would mean there really is no escape.
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Found a pond in the woods. What should I use to carve a path through the brush? Pics aren't even close to the worst of it. Some areas you can't even see 10 feet ahead of you because it's so thick.
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Homegrowmen Thread #86

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free cooler

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Hey anons, shameless plug: I have a free raffle for a free YETI 45 cooler that ends today. $350 MSRP and I can't think of anywhere else to tell people about this.
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Recent /out/ings

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So sc/out/s ITT we post recent OC to make other annons jealous.

Got on the 153 three times this week. The normal trails I ride are right around this old run down cabin. I've known about it for years but I had never checked it out befor Thursday. The trail was boring as fuck but the cabin was kinda neat.
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Camping Foods

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I'm planing on doing a two night camping trip and I was wondering what kind of foods I should take along. Something calorie dense but still light. What should I bring? I have a campstove like pic so heating won't be an issue.
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Can you guys recommend heated gloves?

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I got mild frostbite this winter in my fingertips cuz my beetus has apparently slowed peripheral circulation.

I was only out for about a half hour, it was about 20F but then the wind started. Now Im terrified of winter, which I used to love.

There are so many types of heated gloves and I cant seem to get straight answers. I dont mind a bigger price, but idw over-pay for nonsense either.

I must have dexterity, endurance, water resistance and good battery life, preferably rechargeable. But the internet seems to treat it as an arcane question.

Thanks in advance, will read everything.
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Sup /out/stralians,

Everyone as excited for winter as me? Can finally go /out/ without dying from heat exhaustion/getting blown away from a cyclone.

Share any plans coming up.

I'm thinking of hitting Moggill State Forest and crossing a few features until I'm out of sight. Have the dog with me so hard to find any good camping spots that allows animals and isn't some bogan fest where you can't go 5 meters without seeing a Bundy rum sticker and 50 other side by side tents.
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im a pussy and really scared of meeting up with a bear while hiking in the Rockies in canada.

i met two black bears walking down the trail at waterton park. got lucky the fuckers did not see me and my family.

so i can not carry a fire arm with me while hiking in Canada i am wondering how effective bear spray is? i have to fog type that stays in the air like well fog.

anyone have any close encounters with bears when bear spray saved them?
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