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Have you guys ever smelled cum in the woods? There have been multiple times when walking through an area, and suddenly it smells like someone is trying chloroform me with a cum rag. I mentioned it to a friend once and she agreed the woods smelled like cum, so I don't think I'm crazy.
Ginkgo also smells like that.
there's a bunch of trees that smell like cum
my town planted them all up and down main street so now the whole place reeks like a cumrag every spring lmao
Innawoods in Door County, Wisconsin (pic related) on a moonless, pitch black night, not a wind moving, not a sound to be heard but the falling leaves... and in the trees in the distance, I see the palest, faintest light, moving incredibly slowly. Far too dim to be a human/flashlight. Maybe 100 yards away through the trees, I have to reposition to see it. I stood there looking at it for 5 minutes, mouth agape in awe, until I got spooked as hell from the darkness and silence and got back in my car and fell asleep immediately, dreaming of swimming through a perfect, crystal clear lake and finding a mysterious large cabin on the other side of the lake - as soon as I reach the cabin, I bolt awake.
What the fuck was it? I was 100% sober. This whole experience creeped me the hell out but the dream was nice I guess. Anyone know any folklore or mythology that could explain this?
>>2230445 >I’ve seen two ghosts clear as day
I saw a floating six legged levitating dog at Mud Lake in door county about 10 years ago. Then I saw a ghost child at the rock Island graveyard about 6 years ago
Both times had witnesses who saw the exact same thing
Sorry bro,but an ayy lmao fucked you in the ass
prolly just some Elves pass thru. Most never see them. you were lucky.
Stay away from the lake. You need to go to the lighthouse to get answers. If you get attacked by people covered by shadows, point direcly at them with your flashlight then shoot them. Good luck Alan.
I'll be going on a 4 or 5 day hike, no civilization and lot of walking
What's your favorite food to take on trips like these? I'm thinking of grabbing two of pic related but that's only 3000 calories, I need to fill in the remaining 7000 what do?
"Food that does not require cooking" I think that is sad but to each is own I guess
I don't really have an option. My bag is already full as it is, there's zero chance I could fit a butane burner in it. I also can't start a campfire because I'm going into the chernobyl exclusion zone so I can't risk being spotted with a campfire that's seen from miles.
Make shure to chew the gum it's a mild laxative otherwise you're going to have VERY solid stools!
/out/ Questions that don't deserve their own thread
Anyone know any good resources on picking a place to go /out/ im planning on going out with some friends for a few days but im worried im going yo go on some private property or run in to people, i just wanna go where im not going to find anyone for miles
There's been a steve climber sighting, everyone on high alert
What’s the best way to harvest all the fatwood from an entire dead pine? I could only harvest one branch(all the other ones are at the top of the tree) and it’s a nice deep orange, so I want to cut it down and get all the heartwood.
Jackets don’t cover your legs
ponchos dont really either
t. rainsuit chad
There's not a whole ton of information online about the most mountainous, remote sections of states like West Virginia and eastern Kentucky.
Pennsylvania and far-Western Virginia have a bit more info on them - but still there's plenty of trails that exist only on topo maps and its unclear if they are still usable. Do you have any suggestions for lesser known destinations in this resplendently beautiful area?
bumpy for more secret spots please!
waiting on the trail cams to take new screencaps
have any screencaps yet ?
usually you do when you bump
We used to have a thermos thread every fall but for some reason the tradition seemed to end.
Lets have a thermos thread for old times! Have you gotten yours out yet? Whats in your thermos? Thermos thread
you shouldn't be drinking tea, its gay for you
why are you so concerned?
He has concerns for your overall gayness and the gayness of the populous in general.
He is trying to be a concerned citizen who cares
How well does it hold a seal if it is on the side ?
Not him but no decent thermos will leak on its side unless it's broken.
What do ya'll do with your campfires at the end of the night? People say they should be doused and cold to the touch but it's hard to have that much water on hand unless you are camped right up on a water source.
West coast hands typed this too
Not everyone here is a flame fag.
Indeed. If you're out in a field or know there's no trees nearby you wouldn't have to worry. This was early january and I was in a pretty forested area. There wasn't much snow but it was so cold I didn't worry a ton, just stamped it out, scraped some dirt on and it looked like it was done. I got up in the morning and could smell smoke, looked around for a bit and then realized it was coming out of the ground several feet from where my fire had been. I was just overnighting it, didn't have much water or a shovel so all I could really do was leave. I honestly somewhat gave into just hope that it would just smolder a bit and go out. I went back the next weekend and it had eaten out the trunk of the tree (it was old and nearly dead) which caused it to fall over and in burning burnt chunks out of four other trees. Fortunately there was a huge snowfall mid-week which I think stopped things, but it could have been real bad. It extra sucks because I loved that tree, a huge old oak I used to play in when I was young.
tl;dr now I'm way more careful with campfires.
Ever heard of wind, retard?
>>2231884 >g-gay wad
Are you in junior high?
So did Mallory and Irvine summit Everest before their demise?
we'll never know probably
Irvine’s body might have a camera and we might be able to develop the film. We found Mallory, Irvine could still be up there.
Better question is did they exchange blowies - and did they both swallow
This absolute Chad Maurice Wilson was a war hero who determined to summit Everest by the power of prayer and fasting. Without crampons or appropriate gear he made it to the foot of the North Col at 6500m. Impressive.
No way he summited but for a total amateur he did amazing
Post hauls, recipes, discuss and ask questions.
m8 beautyberry is like one of the most common plants in the woods. What's next- we are going to start calling Dog Fennel "Eupatorium capillifolium."
>watch out for those heckin Agkistrodon piscivoruses out there
Lol get fucked you phony. I didnt even intend the original comment as like an attack I was just sort of pointing out that it is sort of odd not to just call them beauty berry, but no you had to overreact like a retard and get defensive and make an ordeal out of it. Fucking unreal.
>>2232055 >Lol get fucked you phony. I didn't even intend the original comment as like an attack....
And here I thought people who simply went out and foraged shit should just come here and post pictures, get feedback, and maybe share a picking spot or two. But NOOOOOO. Some assholes gotta start beef...on a foraging page. Better go beat off and wipe off, before your mom makes you dinner. Gosh...what fags
>>2232087 >And here I thought people who simply went out and foraged shit should just come here and post pictures, get feedback, and maybe share a picking spot or two. But NOOOOOO. Some assholes gotta start beef...on a foraging page. Better go beat off and wipe off, before your mom makes you dinner. Gosh...what fags
We've been flooded by boards like /pol/ over the last while since it got super busy there and they come here to start fights and farm (you)s because it's a slow board. Most don't actually care at all about any of the topics.
It's basically the same thing as alltrails tourists fucking up once beautiful areas. At any rate just ignore and report any trolling, attention is what they want.
Anyways... Here's some resinous polypore I foraged yesterday. It's pretty rare to find them still young and tender enough to be tasty.
Share them larp spots
I've had good experiences in Scotland, the lake District and South Wales, but you're right it's not America level /out/, one day though
>>2231736 >How has a word like that become so overused here?
There is obviously no good definition of being /out/ so everyone claims that everyone else's idea of "being /out/" is bad and wrong.
Highlands, that's all UK got /out
Rest is urbanite hell
Scandinavia might be the move, even if I'm liable to death by bear
mousehold ent too bad