Disk space woes. and yes, posting links is STILL broken due to some issue with recaptcha that I can't fucking figure out.

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Based /out/ videos

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Keep it instructional rather than shilling the latest youtube bushcrafters

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it's October, almost Halloween, post your spooky /out/ stories
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Just bought this bad boy.
What pack do you guys use for long trips?
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hello, good people of /out/, it is time for a paramotoring thread.
you guys contribute and talk about it, i'm just an armchair enthusiast.
anybody do this?
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Has anyone here gone caving?

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Is it dece? Would you recommend?
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So /out/ists, I just finished hiking the Appalachian Trail. Now what do I do?
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Lone Climber Summits World’s 4th Highest Unclimbed Peak

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>No human had ever climbed Nepal’s Nangpai Gosum II. The 7,296-meter mountain is so dangerous it keeps would-be adventurers at bay while many taller summits were climbed decades ago.

>This was so until October 3, 2017, when German climber Jost Kobusch, 25, reached the summit after three days of climbing. Even more impressive, he climbed to the summit alone.

>The peak contains sections of bare rock, thin ice, and a lot of rockfall. It’s also arduous to reach, surrounded by numerous 7,000-meter mountains, making any attempts incredibly challenging. Four previous expeditions failed.

>Kobusch first attempted the route on Sept. 25, but had to back down after the sun melted sections of ice crucial to his ascent. He tried again, successfully, beginning Sept. 30.

>The young climber adds another notable ascent to his growing resume of impressive alpine climbs in the Himalayas.

>hur dur can't go /out/ because no friends
When will sc/out/s stop making excuses?
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Conservation in the Carribean

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So I haven't really gone to this board since it was started, and I don't know how popular this subject is here, but can anyone give me a recommendation for environmental lit?

I'm going to Jamaica in march to work in agroforestry, and I'm looking to read up on the region. Not necessarily Jamaica, just somewhere within the same region.
I've seen a ton of books on conservation efforts and development within Africa, and a bit of South America, but I haven't seen anything written in regards to the Caribbean.

Anyone read or hear of anything that they could recommend? Or maybe some famous issue that I could read up on?
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Gravity Hook

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Fish &/or tackle #196

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#196-"Saltwater best water" Edition

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Thinking about picking up a new hobby? Want to get a memecaster? Haven't mastered the Palomar knot? Click here!

Talk about fishing &/or tackle.
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