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is skiing the most normalfag ""outdoors"" activity?
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Homegrowmen Thread #209 Farming and Gardening

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What should I read to learn Native American /out/ methods? I realize many of them are outdated and useless, but I am sure there is still much insight one could gleam.

How the US Cavalry survived and operated on the plains is another topic I would love to explore actually

Does anyone have insights?
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anyone have any experience frieght hopping in the bush? im interested in riding the rails and fly fishing and camping from where the train takes me.all advice appreciated. located in toronto btw.

backpack advice?

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hello /out/, I'm totally new to hiking/camping. Trying to buy my first hiking backpack, what capacity should I aim for? will something around 40L good enough? Prefer to get something under for $100. Thanks.
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What's with this huge fear of water?

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Why do so many people going /out/ seem to have such fear of natural water sources? Where exactly are people going outdoors where the water isn't clean? This may be some hippy nonsense but I feel like if you're actually in nature (and not, say, in a city park) then any running water you can find will be way cleaner than anything that comes out of a tap. Even the official site of the forest service is telling me to STAY THE FUCK AWAY from natural water sources without. What is going on here? Are they in the pockets of Nestle and backpacking water filter companies? Or is there actually risk to drinking from natural water sources that I've somehow avoided for my 20+ years of doing just that? I mean, obviously, you don't drink from a pond with algae growing on it, unless you are desperate. But outside this how much risk could there be?
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Wild/Illegal Camping

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My country is fairly cucked when it comes to outdoor activities. Camping outside of the parks/designated areas is a criminal offense.

Even though it's possible to stealthly practice wild camping, you definitively can't lit up a fire or do much else. Also you have to be in the constant lookout to not be discovered.

How do you guys from fellow camping cucked countries deal with this situation?
Any tips on how to avoid guards etc?
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Any /out/ists into falconry? I wanna learn more about this hobby.
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Homeless strats

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So theoretically, if you were a grown adult and lived with your parents what would be the best strategy to leave them in two scenarios.
One: you leave in whatever state you are in. In a real circumstance, the person is a male with 7 dollars to his name and wants get free of his oppresive parents.
Two: Adult male leaves home with a job and a good amount of money to start a apartment
So whats the best strats for survival for these two scenarios?
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