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/fg/ fleece general

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ITT we discuss one of most popular jackets ever.

Why fleece? It's...
Affordable
Durable
Versatile
Breathable
Cozy
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Plinking and target shooting

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Best /out/ hobbies next to hiking and backpacking!
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tfw some cheap magic markers and mirror, cardboard, duct tape is all it takes to turn $.8 baseplate compass into $80
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>current year
>no /out/ podcast

I would unironically listen to one, there are zero good outdoor podcasts out there

Bonus points if it's called Uncle Ted's Cabin
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Do any of you guys ever do drugs while camping. I feel like acid is made for camping. Going camping this weekend in mild conditions (3c) on my own and planning to take acid. Any tips for not dying aside from don't do drugs?

Inb4 hippy I'm an accountant
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First 2 Weeks Perma/out Living in National Forest

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Yes, during this venture I have been a retard, faggot, nog, sperg, and other such descriptors I am sure, but I have just accomplished 2 weeks living /out/ in Southern Appalachian national forest, post divorce as I have mentioned being upcoming over previous month's posts. Some aspects were quite humbling, and others were personal triumphs of human spirit, determination, effort and experience. I discovered "new" both profound weaknesses and strengths within myself. There are some ways that I will no longer be so critical of others here, and some that I shall now be even more so!

Thanks to a debacle with an old friend I have wound up back in my home county for a bit (still camping, I no longer have a home) and will have phone service (there was none for miles up there, one tiny spot that required three hours of hiking each time I needed to make contact) and some wifi access, so will come by as able and share more of what I experienced and learned. I missed you lads and laddies and had the thought while there that it would be super awesome if we could actually see through each other's eyes sometime while we are all on our own /out/ings. I know that I have seen some of your photos that made me wish I could have seen for myself your experiences.

There were definitely times that knowledge I gained from (You) actually served, and for all of that and plenty more I am grateful.
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Survival camp girls.

No.1623536 ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
You'd better bring your own survival girl if you want long term survival!

Wassa matter for you? You don likey girls?
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Any 4x4 gearheads here?

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I can get a 1990 Landcruiser troopy, diesel (non-turbo) with 500,000kms on the clock for $4,000 AUD from a lady at work.

She said it has been religiously serviced. From the pictures she sent me, it looks good for the price. No body rust. She said the fuel pump/injectors were replaced 5 years ago too. She is selling it due to having a second one and not needing this one.

This is my dream car for /out/. I am not sure whether or not I should get it? Any opinions?
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Learning to Hunt

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For better or worse I live in Holland now where gun ownership and hunting is HEAVILY regulated. There is good game here nonetheless--wild boar, deer, ducks, geese, rabbits.

I want to learn to hunt. From what I understand this will cost me thousands of dollars and will require I take a series of safety courses. On top of this each year the state sends one of their goons to any gun owners house to check on their gun storage.

In spite of all this I have an interest, particularly in duck hunting, but boar and deer if possible. I want to learn to earn my meat the honest way. The problem is, it's really hard to 'enter' into the practice as I have zero experience.

Just how hard is it to learn to hunt? And I mean the right way with butchering, having a retriever dog, and everything. Luckily my girlfriend is wants a lab and is fine with me training it to be a hunting dog. I don't want to larp and just daydream but it's so damn hard to get a sense of the scope of things without spending thousands of dollars and diving in.
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