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/o/ut/

No.1873714 ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
What's your /out/mobile? For me, it's the 1996 Jeep Cherokee. Cheap, reliable, easy to fix, and offroads like a champ.
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>fishing in my backyard
>just catch a bunch of turtles

Annoying.
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How to detect these fuckers?

No.1881000 ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
I hate these trail / game cameras and want a way to detect them so I can either avoid them or delete my picture. I don't want to be caught pissing or shitting in the woods or picking my nose.

Does such a device exist? I guess the only way to detect them would be the infrared flash light, but that is only active at night I would think. I am able to make it myself, but rather not if I can buy it.
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/Out/ings With a Pipe Thread #41

No.1879366 ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
Autumn Edition

Feel free to post tobaccos (no weed allowed), pipes, collections, pics of favorite combos for going /out/, pics of what you're doing with your pipe and any questions you might have.

Want to get into smoking pipes without spending too much cash?
Get a Missouri Meerschaum Legend corncob pipe and a pouch of either Prince Albert, Carter Hall or Half and Half tobacco, available at most drugstores.
What you'll need: pipe, tobacco, lighter or matches, pipe cleaners, and either a regular old nail or a pipe tool (combination tamper, scoop, and small pick).
All of these together should run you less than $20.

Having trouble keeping your pipe lit? Fill it with less tobacco and smoke it slower than you think you need to, lightly tamping as needed when the smoke starts thinning out.
If you're still having trouble, try filling your pipe this way:
https://youtu.be/0XHYPso7TXs


Old thread >>1818813

Come on in and get comfy.
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/hgm/ Homegrowmen Thread #250 Farming and Gardening

No.1877684 ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
Old thread: >>1866135

Search terms:
Agrarian, Agriculture, Agrology, Agronomy, Anthroponics, Aquaculture, Aquaponics, Berkeley Method Hot Composting, Cold Frames, Companion Planting, Composting, Container Gardening, Co-operative Farming, Core Gardening Method, Cultivation, Deep Water Culture (DWC), Dry Farming, Espalier, Farmer's Market, Forest Gardening, Forestry, Fungiculture, Geoponics, Greenhouses, Homesteading, Horticulture, Hot Boxes, Hugelkultur, Humanure, Hydroponic Dutch Bucket System, Hydroponics, Keyhole Garden, Korean Natural Farming, Kratky Method, Landscaping, Lasagna Gardening, Ley Farming, Market Garden, Mittleider Method, Mulching, No-till Method, Ollas Irrigation, Orchard, Permaculture, Plasticulture, Polyculture, Polytunnels, Propagation, Rain Gutter Garden, Raised Beds, Ranch, Rooftop Gardening, Ruth Stout No-work Garden, Sharecropping, Shifting Cultivation, Soil-bag Gardening, Square Foot Gardening, Stale Seed Bed, Straw Bale Gardening, Subsistence Agriculture, Sugar Bush, Truck Farming, Vermiculture, Vertical Gardening, Window Frame Garden, Windrow Composting

Agouti, Alpaca, Animal Husbandry, Antelope, Beefalo, Black Soldier Fly (BSF), Brushturkey, Capybara, Cattle, Cavy, Chickens, Coypu, Crayfish, Curassow, Dairy, Deer, Donkey, Dove, Duck, Emu, Feeder Insect, Fish, Game Bird, Geese, Giant Guinea Pig (Cuy), Goat, Grouse, Guan, Guineafowl, Hedgehog, Heliciculture, Honey Bee, Iguanas, Llama, Ostrich, Partridge, Pheasant, Pigeon, Pig, Poultry, Quail/Bobwhite, Rabbits, Rat (Cricetomy/Thryonomy), Sheep, Silkworm, Snail, Tegu, Toad, Trumpeter, Turkey, Worm

Resources:
General Info & Anon-created Guides: https://pastebin.com/Mvfh8b87
Check sister thread: >>>/an/plant
/hgm/ does not have a Discord, please use our sister general's channel on /an/cord instead: https://discord.gg/WGwqw4X

Archives:
1-191:
https://www.mediafire.com/file/5e8dcue3a9e1wzg
192-201:
https://www.mediafire.com/file/2i45hpg3h46rraw
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/seamen/ - Sailing General No.1: Bon Voyage edition

No.1861134 ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
Previous bread
>>1799222
http://archive.vn/fX9zS

Hello fellow /seamen/, we've had quite a few sailing threads by now and I thought it would be great to maintain the momentum by formalizing the OP a bit. Firstly, are we all okay with "/seamen/"?

Some anons in the previous thread recommended that we start a more inclusive "water sports general" instead (e.g. scuba, kayaking, etc.), but since those topics already have their own "general" thread, I didn't include any info for them in the OP. What do you think?

**Old threads:**
1. >>1799222 <http://archive.vn/fX9zS>;

**Ghostbin:**
1. To see full list of resources (cannot include in OP due to post field character limit) (non-editable): <https://ghostbin.co/paste/7wfzk>;
1. OP collab (editable, feel free to contribute): <https://ghostbin.co/paste/d5bdg>;, <https://ghostbin.co/paste/grant/v6kwm64bpav4u2eozttbubampmvofgzy/accept>;
1. Good anon quotes: <https://ghostbin.co/paste/ac6hu>;

**Getting started:**
1. Simply contact your nearest yacht club and volunteer for menial labor like being rail-meat. Remember to be nice and humble.
1. Read (see resources below).
1. Never forget to have fun!

**Foundational knowledge and books:**
1. COLREGs: <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_Regulations_for_Preventing_Collisions_at_Sea>;
1. Marine VHF radio: <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marine_VHF_radio>;
1. Books by Tom Cunliffe: <https://www.tomcunliffe.com/product-category/books/>;
1. Crossing international waters: >>1814803
1. By Capn Fatty Goodlander: *Buy, Outfit, Sail: How To Inexpensively and Safely Buy, Outfit, and Sail a Small Vessel Around the World*
...

PS: Formatting of OP inspired by "/ohm/ - electronics general" over on /diy/.
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No.1884737 ViewReplyOriginalReport
Has /out/ tried letterboxing? Is it fun and or worth it? Read a bit on it but I'm curious about other's experiences with it
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meditation thread

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Meditation and hiking are the only things that keep me sane.
Lately I have been having to just do the meditation inside.
I am about to start a 10 minute hike without leaving my bedroom.
Anyone else do stuff like this when they cant get out ?
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(volunteering) /out/ work general

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Hey /out/ists, I need your help. I am going to finish the German equivalent of high school later this year and will attend university after. But I would really love to do something that is not sitting in a room all day before contiuing my education as I will probably never have the chance to easily do a gap year of some sort ever again in my life.
I considered just living the hobo backpacking life for some time and travel around the continent for as cheap as possible while sleeping outdoors most of the time but I heard that employers hate when you can't show what you have done for a year (they always assume that you lived the neet life playing vidya for a year because you are a lazy slob). I don't care too much about what future employers think about me but I also don't want to not get my dream job because of this.
So I considered volunteering, not sure about other countries but it is common practice to do some sort of community service for a year after graduating from high school, most people do it in a social domain whereas I am exlusively interested in doing nature conversation or anything that is done outdoors.
I don't really care about where I do it, forest is my favourite biome but I also wouldn't mind going to a nice country where there aren't that many trees.
One thing that immediately came to my mind is forest firefighting as it is physically demanding and a very respectable job but I don't think anyone would take me for just a year without any prior experience and to be honest I also don't really want my mom to worry about me all the time. Most of the volunteering positions in natural conservation are actually just being a guide for schoolchildren and tourists or doing paperwork, both of which aren't something I would like to do for a whole year.
I would also be okay with getting a nice job for a year, ideally something where I learn or practice some craft but it is hard getting a job for just a year.
Feel free to discuss any /out/working related questions
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West Virginia /out/ General - PA/MD/VA welcome edition!

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Lots of beautiful, uncrowded gems out there! What are your favorites?
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