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/out/ tunes

No.1776664 ViewReplyOriginalReport
Weary traveler, calloused and sore
Time and gravity followed you here
Rest, my brother, and tell me
All about your favorite /out/ tunes
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No.1777090 ViewReplyOriginalReport
I need a good sleeping bag, Anyone had any experiance with OEX?
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No.1778479 ViewReplyOriginalReport
Hello! I'm leaving to go hike the Colorado trail on July 1st with a friend. I've from the appalachia so that's what I'm used to hiking, any recommendations for things to pack I may not have thought of, or stories about the trail or surrounding areas, any towns or hostels worth stopping at? Thanks Guys.
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how can i live out there?

No.1778600 ViewReplyOriginalReport
i don't want to go back


No.1778926 ViewReplyOriginalReport
my machete and metal canteen.. machete is an old hickory large butcher knife, made in USA, canteen stainless chinashit....bought the machete at a now closed Ace Hardware for 20.00, the canteen from a JC Penney for 8.00, the sheath is from an old worthless chinashit machete, i duct taped it up to reinforce the stress points
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No.1778698 ViewReplyOriginalReport
hi /out/, i figured either here or /k/ would probably be the best place to ask this; i've been exploring various semi-abandoned soviet facilities for the past couple of years, and I always find myself running into the same fucking problem: dogs. I have no problem avoiding detection by man patrols, but if they ever have a dog with them, it'll detect me before i've even spotted the patrol, instant game over. I'll wind up some combination of bitten, jailed, beaten and fined. I'm planning a trip to chernobyl fairly soon and I'd like to spend more than a day there before getting caught by a fucking dog.

I know you can very quickly kill a patrol dog by crushing up broken glass and leaving it along your trail, but I'm not trying to kill a dog, I'm just trying to avoid the thing. Does anyone have specific tactics for breaking up or masking a scent trail? is there anything that fucks with their senses without actually hurting them? Any type of terrain that they can't easily track you through?
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Sleeping pads

No.1773569 ViewReplyOriginalReport
I have admited defeat, guys.

I've got a sleeping pad like pic related. Due to me having a rather wide nylon hammock, the narrow pad slips around and in sub zero temperatures it gets cold as fuck.

Anyone here know a good non-slip pad? I've looked at a Klymite one, but they're expensive as hell
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White shiny rock

No.1775702 ViewReplyOriginalReport
Me and my brother were walking outside when he saw this rock. This is the first time that we see this kind of rock. What is this?
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