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Good night /out/

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This goes live some time in the next five years and is supposed to be operational world wide by 2030. With it you could be on a seven day trek into the Alaskan bush and still stream HD anime tits if you wanted to.
How is this going to effect outdoors culture?
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What's better for /out/ .22 vs. .357?

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I'd be inclined go carry a .22lr over a .357 Rem Mag. Not because of weight, but because I'm more likely to use a .22LR on cans n' squirrels. A .357 would only be used for self defense and wouldn't get much trigger time. Not as much as a .22LR. Pic related a prelock SW M617, 10 shot. I've got a SW M686 that fits the same holster, so what's best?
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Homegrowmen Thread #200 Farming and Gardening

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Old thread: >>1621517

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/out/ patches

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/k/ paste bin:

For patches and outdoor packs
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The majority of links in the sticky are dead. When will they be updated?
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Where do super warm Down parkas like pic related fit in the layering system? it's too bulky to wear underneath my waterproof/windproof shell layer (unlike my Patagonia down puffer which does) but outside of DWR coating, it's not waterproof either. Supposedly this down parka is comfy down to the negative double digits though (which my smaller down puffer jacket is not).

Is this even a useful piece of gear to go /out/ in? What is the point of down parkas?
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How much would you eat?

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In the movie "The Book of Eli" he hunted a surviving house cat (or it's descendant) ate it and made lip balm out of "cat fat".

In the book, "The Mammoth Hunters", Ayla made lip balm out of refined tallow for her mean ass mother in law to be (Jondalar's mom).

My lips have been chapped all day, typical for winter (Peekabo Street, I miss you!)
I have Carmex. What do when no Carmex?

How much of the animal do you eat and process general.
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Winter Hiking Season

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Any recommendations for winter hiking gear. Northeastern USA.
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I need advice if /out/ can help. My wood stove didnt draw well the last 2 years so I added about 9 feet of chimney this morning. I opened the door to see how well it would draw and to get the coals from last night up and going. The stove sounds like a turbine spinning up now which is good but by the time I got back from the wood pile the stove pipe was red hot. My chimney now draws too well and burns too hot even with the door closed and on the lowest setting. Whats the best way to fix this? Should I add mass to my stove?

Pick related not my stove but how could it get that hot with just coals?
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