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No.1393743 ViewReplyOriginalReport
can anyone tell me what mushrooms these are? I'm thinking maybe honey mushrooms but not sure. they were growing on a dead tree and I'm waiting on a spore print atm. they smell like regular mushrooms and when I tasted one it left a bitter and almost painful taste on my tongue. they have little hair-like things on the top of the cap as well as slightly curled gills. found them in maryland. any help would be appreciated
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Ax0rz thred

No.1386623 ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
Batonny chop chop no good.
What does out use to get firewood?

A full-size axe is nice if you are camping, but not always the best thing to carry around. So let's see your hatchets, hawks, and other axes.

Pic related is a shepherd's axe, also known as ciupaga, valaska, fokos, or baltag. Essentially a light axe with a long haft, that doubles as a walking stick. Really handy to have while /out/.
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No.1393351 ViewReplyOriginalReport
Help me /out/ here guys. I have to move to Hawaii for work. I love going /out/, but my ideal surroundings are snowy mountains, thick evergreen forests, log cabins and cold winters. How do I cope with living on a tropical island?
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No.1392111 ViewReplyOriginalReport
What was your last out meal

Recipe
Bacon
Sausage
Chopped cactus (had to improvise)
Mushrooms
Potatoes
Egg yoke
Bacon grease

We called it goolauge
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No.1384484 ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
Post good /out/ books.

>literature
>fantasy
>guides
>manuals

Anything goes as long as it has a large outdoor/survival theme
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No.1395264 ViewReplyOriginalReport
What snacks do you take with you when you go out?
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No.1392569 ViewReplyOriginalReport
Taking a trip to Bryce Canyon soon. Anything tips? anything I should see or watch out for? Never been to the area before.
Anybody got any stories to share about Bryce area?

Wasn't sure if /out/ or /trv/ was more appropriate, sorry.
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Hiking meals- Military MREs

No.1395925 ViewReplyOriginalReport
Does anybody take military MREs out on hikes? I know they're a little heavy, but there are a lot of them I've tried that are way better and more satisfying than some of the food options I've come up with.

I've tried US, Dutch and French military MREs. All are tasty! Does anybody else go this route?
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No.1395946 ViewReplyOriginalReport
why stupid normies trying to eat anything ?

and then die

here on /out/ ?!?

literally every shroom you ever find here its toxic