"/out/ - Outdoors" is 4chan's imageboard for discussing survivalist skills and outdoor activities such as hiking.
We encourage you to have a look around the catalog first to see what we’re all about before posting your first thread. Topics typically posted here include:
>Outdoor recreational activities (Hiking, trail running, bushwhacking, camping, spelunking, geocaching, orienteering, expeditions, urban exploration, backpacking, etc.)
>Gardening, farming and related activities
>Hunting and fishing, and other activities involving the stalking or taking of game (including bird-watching)
>Outdoor survival, bushcraft, foraging, self-sustenance in nature, train-hopping, hoboism, etc.
>Outdoor destinations and exploration (specific trails, parks, regions, etc.)
>Water-related activities (boats, diving, etc.)
>Outdoor philosophy (conservation, Leave No Trace, protectionism, etc.)
>Outdoor building and living (cabins, huts, treehouses, etc.)
>Outdoor social activities and organizations (meet-ups, Scouts, NOLS, etc.)
>Gear related to any of the above topics
Most topics related to the outdoors are fine. Write properly, behave politely, encourage a respectful community, and most importantly, GO OUTSIDE!!
Any of you guys have some bad experiences with tweakers or weirdos when you're /out/ on a camping trip or something solo?
I want to live in the woods and hunt/beg for food.
Have any of you anons ever rescued a bird or injured animal while/out/?
There's genuine joy after saving one and sometimes nursing it back to health.
What are you going to do this Summer?
I am planning on going to the beach every week to surf, workout, and relax. Just need to find a gf, then I will be happy.
What was the coldest weather you’ve camped in? How did it go? Were you prepared?
does anybody magnet fish? i just bought a magnet and some rope and it's coming in the mail soon
anybody have any tips for magnet fishing?
I'm going to be homeless soon. I need a very good tent, one that can withstand heavy rain and wind. Bonus points for low visibility. Can you recommend one?
>make a campfire literally anywhere
>people automatically gather around it
I fucking love this.
The trio was reportedly hit by a huge avalanche
on Mount Andromeda on Wednesday 17 April and hasn't been heard from since. A first helicopter reconnaissance proved unsccessful.
Who here /colorado/?
Post your favorite state park, talk about the state, etc.
#272- “High Water” Edition
Thinking about picking up a new hobby? Want to get a memecaster? Haven't mastered the Palomar knot? Click here!
Talk about fishin
Climbing General #4
A place to talk about climbing in any aspect (trad, sport, bouldering, aid, alpine, etc).
Rock Climbing is a dangerous sport that can cause loss of life, limb, eyesight, or sanity.
Climbing Anchors by John Long
The Trad Climbers Bible by John Long & Peter Croft
Better Bouldering by John "Verm" Sherman
The Rock Warriors Way by Arno Ilgner
mikebarter387 on youtube
GO OUT N CLIMB
Haven't seen one in while, so I guess it's time again for a good old fashioned batoning thread.
Post all your tips here.
Is anyone on here into /out/ related Morale patches? Why don't we start making our own the way /k/ does?
From what I have seen the only person who makes /out/ related patches is
I am not sure if he's even still around here anymore.
I've got some ideas I would like to make if anyone would be interested.
A thread for skiing and snowboarding etc.
>H-hey, bro! Sure is a nice evening out here. I hope you didn't bring this gun to shoot at me and my friends, did you?... I'm so smol, I just want to exist and be happy
Old thread 404'd
Post your pics and/or stories of birds, mammals, and other wildlife you've seen while outdoors. Wildflowers are fine too!
Pic related, Savannah Sparrow enjoying the Spring blooms.
3 days before price hike of $100.
What do you guys carry? Does even make sense to carry a fixed knife? Does even make sense to carry a knife at all?
I've been contemplating my one way journey to Alaska 4 months now i haves nothing holding me back no responsibility but why wont i just commit
since i start thinking about going absolutely nothing have change in my life the same daily routine so why am i still here
Whats a wide brown leather belt that doubles as a good strop and fits my skinny frame
Self-inflating vs. FACE-inflating.
Therm-a-rest vs. Sea-to-summit.
What do you use, how do you like it, what did you use, what didn't you like? I have some manually inflating ones, and they got punctured over the course of 3 years. Looking to replace it with a self-inflating one this time. Pros cons? Looking at StS Comfort light model in particular, pic related. GOGOGOGOGOGO.
Old thread got beyond bump limit.
best vehicles for going /out/
for me it's the Toyota Land Cruiser 70 Series, shame it's not available here in the states
I got a Desert Sonoran Toad, and want to get high out in the desert. Anyone know of any places in Southern California that would be good for a vision quest
What are some /out/ approved android widgets?
Currently have a weather/news section
a health/wellness section
and a to do list.
Is there anything that I'm missing?
Anyone have knowledge on foraging for food in the wild.
I'm trying to know which plans and insects are bad to eat.
I live in Texas so there are a lot of berries and such to pick from.
I feel the universal method of trying stuff is to have a teensy bit and see how it sits.
Ive just been told by family and friends to not eat certain things because they're poisonous.
Hiking Stick Thread
Anybody here actually use these? If so, do you prefer wood or those telescopic aluminium ones?
>What are the best woods to use?
>where did you find and cut your Stickfriend?
>how did you make your Stickfriend useful and aesthetic?
>Any stories where your Stickfriend proved their worth?
MYOG - make your own gear thread
modified gear welcome too.
So what have you build/planed?
Can we have a /out/ YLYL thread?
Black Hills Appreciation Thread
Is he berrypicker or chadoonga?
Is there a better small container than the humble film canister?
Feel free to post tobaccos (no weed allowed), pipes, collections, pics of favorite combos for going /out/, pics of what you're doing with your pipe and any questions you might have.
Want to get into smoking pipes without spending too much cash?
Get a Missouri Meerschaum Legend corncob pipe and a pouch of either Prince Albert, Carter Hall or Half and Half tobacco, available at most drugstores.
What you'll need: pipe, tobacco, lighter or matches, pipe cleaners, and either a regular old nail or a pipe tool (combination tamper, scoop, and small pick).
All of these together should run you less than $20.
Having trouble keeping your pipe lit? Fill it with less tobacco and smoke it slower than you think you need to, lightly tamping as needed when the smoke starts thinning out.
If you're still having trouble, try filling your pipe this way:
Old thread >>12140386
Come on in and get comfy.
tomorrow I'll wake up at 6 o'clock, take my boomercycly yamaha tmax, and I will get near to hiking places. then I'll hike for 4 hours, smoke a joint and go back home.
i'm in italy, you decide where I go:
-lake and hills around lake garda
-lowland with fields
-moutaintops in the alps
Old thread: >>1493414
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Check >>>/an/plant for the non-food sister thread.
First time going /out/ this year, I feel at peace
The time has come to kill my first wild animal and I'm going to do it with this knife. Thoughts?
I went mushroom hunting today in central Iowa and found these growing on a standing tree. I’m not sure what they are called, but they don’t look or smell poisonous so I think I’ll try cooking them up.
anyone else as broke as me?
BUDGET GEAR GENERAL
I had cabin fever
Went crazy over the winter months
Okay /out/ists, I’m wondering the differences in ammunition for slingshots and effectiveness for actually harvesting game with them.
>/out/ must read books
From fiction, to survival stories, to learning skills to plants guide. Post them.
Not any of that prepackaged crap. Stuff you prepare ahead of time or on site and cook right on the fire
Dunno if this will gain much traction, or if there enough of you on here to get its own thread. But heres hoping.
Hammock general. Where did you hang this weekend, whats your setup. General hammock discussion.
I met with a group of hammock enthusiasts out hansons point in red river gorge. About 50 people showed up over the period of four days. Was an absolutely great time.
Ive got the hennessy safari deluxe with just a wool blanket and the MSS 0 degree bag. Working on the underquilt and topquilt but Im a poorfag and theyre expensive.
I have a pretty remote trek coming up where I'll have to filter 100% of my drinking water. Normally I'd just use a Sawyer filter inline with my water bladder, but this time around I'd really like to try a nutritional drink mix. If I mix the drink powder into my water source, then drink it straight through a filter, I'm concerned that it will either damage the filter, or the nutritional content of the drink mix.
I'd like to find a way to quickly filter a large amount of water into my bladder, that way I don't have to worry about drinking the beverage through a filter. Quick and easy is the name of the game, the drink mix replaces most meals, so I have to use it basically every time I drink water, that means filtering water every single time I fill up my bladder.
Any ideas /out/?
Any Anons here goldpan? I'm looking to start this spring.
Why is no one interested in introducing wolves back to the eastern states?
It would solve the deer problem, and keep old boomers from expanding suburbia.
Then please go and watch this video:
1000 views on the video (added together on all platforms) equals 1 tree being planted by them.
I am not paid or sponsored by them in any way, but I have used their services and I really like their concept. Watching this video may give you a good feeling and a sense of accomplishment for today. Thank you very much for reading this, anons.
*blocks your path*
This ma season now, Softskin
Is the gov not doing anything to stop the spread of these diseases? Why can't/don't we find a way to kill all ticks or at least stop spread of shit like lyme disease?
I'm in Northern NJ and I need to freight hop out to Cincinnati. What's the best way to do this?
When did climbing become a sport for gays?
Questions that don’t deserve their own thread
Someone tells you “A flashlight is a flashlight, why don’t you get something cheap from Walmart?”
What do you do? How do you explain to a normal everyday consumer the benefits of having a non-box store flashlight?
An unfortunate and friendly reminder that Sir David Attenborough is 92 years old and will likely not be with us much longer.
Currently watching the life of birds. What's your favorite Attenborough documentary?
I have tried cowboy coffee, those hard plastic french presses, and an old fashioned stovetop espresso maker. Ultimately the best option I've found for coffee inna woods is actually nescafe clasico instant coffee. It is the closest to a real cup of coffee I've had for the weight.
Recently however, I got food poisoning and was unable to eat or drink anything for 3 days. The caffeine withdrawal headache finally went away after 4, and I started questioning whether I actually wanted to go back to drinking coffee every day. I now have an 8oz cup on saturday and sunday, but have been drinking tea throughout the week every other day. This got me thinking, though... I can have a really good cup of tea innawoods for the same weight and volume as a shitty cup of instant coffee. Why wouldn't I do that? Does anyone else opt for tea instead of coffee while /out/?
>hiking through woods
Any recommendations for a small, light and good quality hunting knife?
So far im thinking something like the Esee Izula
Me and a buddy are going camping for the first time in the Florida "wilderness" what supplies should we definitely take?
>hunting and carrying guns is illegal where we're going so keep that in mind
I am looking for a good cheap machete that will hold an edge , is easy to sharpen , and will stand up to abuse.
Any machete bros here?
I have heard that if you dont get one that is weighted right, it will really suck to use.
i want to hear more stuff like this
Any Canadian anons here have recommendations for a good backpacking route in southern Ontario? I know Algonquin prov. park is the obvious choice but what else is good in the region?
Want to start going /out/, any cool places to visit in Mid-Southern Norway? Thanks!
I'm new to /out/, but this board has sparked my interest in the outdoors and the world where my dad failed. Right now I'm working on an EDC backpack. What are you guys carrying from day to day?
Hi anons. I was /out/ today going off the trail and trying to think of good ways for marking a new path when going off the trail so I can get back but I don't want to have to remove it (plastic tape) or harm trees (blazes). Thoughts?
The less time I spend outdoors and instead by the computer, the more anxious I become and obsessed with details and gear.
Why can't I escape the internet
Summer came early this year for my part, and the edges of my forehead are covered in fresh pimples from the sweat and heat generated by my baseball cap. So I'm looking for a new hat that can keep you cool and (preferrably) exerts as little pressure on the forehead as possible to prevent the sweat and dirt from getting clogged.
What do you guys recommend?
Are the Ozarks the last remaining American mountain range unsullied by Californians and hipsters? Ozark appreciation thread.
Tried a new shelter set up the other day. Anyone else use anything like this and have any tips on improving it?
How’s your night looking /out/?
where does /out/ shits?
personally I do it in rivers or stream so I can clean myself with the water
Haven't been on this board in at least 3 years, I'm 22 now, getting into backpacking and shooting a lot more so I'll visit this board more now. Anyways enjoy a painting I did years ago
I will be traveling to Australia in November this year, with a girl I met.
She insists that we go camping in the northeastern part of australia for 2 months
I have never camped for more than 3 days in... Deepdale UK...
What should I expect?
How do I prepare myself?
Some recomendations for a good flashlight? I was thinking of buying a mini maglite LED. I need them because i joined on the brazilian army academy, and i plan buying something that will last the 5 years.
>work on AA or AAA, not rechargeable batteries
>Bright (around 100 lumens, i dont need something to blind someone)
Is the Garmin Mini really worth the limited battery life over a standalone PLB like a ResQLink?
I really like the idea of having emergency texts but the monthly payment plan expense and battery life put me off.
I´m interested in trying out bikepacking, and camping in the wild, but how does a camper cope with the fact that he, while sleeping in nature, is completely vulnerable to any malevolent being?
No matter how strong you are, any maniac who encounters you laying unconscious in the woods can kill you without any effort.
What´s your take on this?
Hey /out/! Do you wear a paracord bracelet? Lets see your bracelet and what tools inside of it or discuss what should a bracelet include. I am planning to buy pic related
>someone with a dog (off leash) starts walking toward you
>dog starts running directly at you
>"DON'T WORRY HE DOESN'T BITE HURHUR!"
Im gonna have to skip town soon, thinking of faking my death so nobody calls the cops on me. Im gonna try walling from virginia to california in no set amount of time. In the time I have to prepare, what should I get, what should I research. (I dont plan on being in the woods 24/7 but it might be a good idea to know how to sleep there) My main problem I see is rain, how do I deal with that.
Thanks in advance
are these NEETfoods worth taking backpacking?
historically I've brought fresh veggies, frozen meat for the first night and canned meat/pouched fish for subsequent meals
>tfw /out/ swears by vid related
Are Swiss Army knives as good as they are hyped up to be? Which version does /out/ recommend?
For me, it's the BioLite StickSnapper™
As a child, I always wanted to go backpacking/fishing/hunting. Unfortunately that was never something my parents did so I never got to experience it. Eventually that yearning went away.
I'm an adult now, and over the past couple of years I've been getting the feeling of wanting to really get into the outdoors. Ever since I started having this feeling again, been camping, kayaking and snorkeling now. All things I wanted to do when I was young, and things I ended up really enjoying.
I want to get into fishing as well now, but I don't really know where to start. I know I'll need a license. I'm sure it will go away in time, and it will have to, especially if I plan on learning how to hunt eventually, but I have an aversion to seeing things being hurt. Putting live bait onto hooks, killing and cleaning the fish, these are things I know I will have to do. How can I get over this aversion as quickly as possible?
Thanks for the input!
What are local myths that are unique to your region. No boring shit that is everywhere like 'yeti' or 'bigfoot' and things like this. Actually interesting stuff that most will her for the first time.
This thing is a woiperdinger. It's a lower-bavarian mythical creature and a mix of quite a lot of real ones, mostly a rabbit. There is not much myth around it, other than them being mainly in the 'Bayrischer Wald' (Bavarian Forest) but also all around Bavaria. They are omnivores and hunt in flight.
Me and this watch have been everywhere
If you need to discuss what gear you need to buy 24/7 you are a fucking faggot, and I am 100% sure you don’t even use it.
pretty much got laid off, tired of the rat race, been thinking about going out for a while now. first hike, planning on being out for a while. read a lot of the articles that offer the same basic advice, is there anything you guys wish you had known before you went out, any non obvious gear recommendations? ngl, thinking about sleeping in the woods alone makes me want to instantly shit.
I unironically want to make a prepper website that has all the stuff necessary for prepping for anything in a convenient location. Kind of, in theory, the Amazon of prepping without all the extra Amazon bullshit. Offering the ability to pay in cash too somehow, but that is down the road. Something discreet that won't try to upsell you or scare you into preparing for anything but allows you to do so. No, "IF YOU DON'T BUY THIS ONE SIMPLE THING YOU WILL DIE" because I hate that shit. No identifying boxes or anything to let anyone know what you're getting in the mail. Just a simple place to get stuff without all the bullshit.
What should I include? So far I have in mind
>military manuals for surviving
>general books on surviving
>maybe clothing if i can find some surplus stuff
>equipment but same as above
I don't know what I'm talking about. I just woke up and can't go back to sleep. I can sell SKSs so people can go innawoods. Only SKSs.
it's that time of year again /out/
>went /out/ every chance I had in the winter
>comfy snow camping, winter hiking, never need to worry about anything
>winter is now ending and the snow is melting
>lose all motivation to go outside because i'm scared of these fuckers
>springtime is when the nymphs (carry lymes and are hard to see) are most active
what do, /out/?
Do you know where I can get cheap version of this backpack? https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1131502390/the-nomatic-backpack-and-travel-pack/description
Came across this fly in the inland Pacific northwest of the US and I couldn't identify it. Does anyone know what it is?
Anyone have a set of rain pants they like? Preferably full zip or close to it. I’d prefer not to spend more than $60-$70 on them, less if possible of course.
Pic only semi-related, which was part of this weekend’s moist camping trip.
I plan on doing a bicycle circuit around Germany in October.
I'm doing this for the sake of redeeming the image of public education in my country (since I'm here in Germany thanks to a scholarship). My problem is that I don't have enough for paying airbnbs/hostels for 1 and half months that I will spend around the country, I hear suggestions on how I could/should go about this
Have any of you dove and or encountered sharks? If so, could you share your experiences?
I'm deathly afraid of sharks, are they really all that bad? Going on a course which involves a lot of surface swimming with fins so I'm shitting bricks!!
what's the book to learn how to build a log cabin? or just /out/ books in general thread
Best backpack for Water-hiking?
Hi, /out/. I have never posted here before. I am from /k/
Basically, I recently started dating a girl who is really into fishing and, while I am an outdoorsy guy, I have never actually been fishing. Never really gave the sport much thought until now.
How do I get into fishing? Where do I even start? I want to be able to share the hobby with her. I realize that's a pretty broad question, but I'm curious. How did you start?
Thank u frens
Does anyone have ideas for a shelter? I have tryed a lean to but wasn't satisfied.
What are your favorite types of wildlife to see while /out/?
Pic related, smile every time I see them
How many trees can you identify in your area? I can only do a few so far. What's it like knowing every species in the woods at a glance?
Where were you when the mist rolled in?
Florida thread for meetups and discussion of places to explore and check out!
Any fellow Volusia boys floating around?
why does this not appear to be a thing?
I've been looking for one for like 2 hours and found nothing.
all I want is a spear like pic related but telescopic, very surprised there's not even one in existence.
anybody know if
can be combined?
I really want an axe to call my own but I have no spare income and can't ask my parents for money. I really want something that can truly be mine and I could pass down to my children but I only have like 50 or so dollars saved. I don't want a synthetic handle because I've tried it out on other to tools and just can't get behind it. Sorry for the bad format, I'm on mobile. Any help /out/?
What are the best watches you would recomend /g/?
And state their benefits, if possible.
any of yous live in banff or surrounding area? im planning on learning to fly fish once summer is here.
Besides the American long distance trails, what are some other great trails? Anons from countries that are not mentioned very often tell us about your trails
Vice is generally a shitty news source but this is worthy of attention. I'm not even a resident of this area but this shit makes me fucking angry. How can stuff like this be tackled?
What kind of games do you bring with you when camping /out/?
I prefer the gameboy library since they run on batteries. I could play Tetris for hours.
So I was hiking into the Southern New Mexico area two weeks ago, and I guess my ankle must've brushed up against some plant.
What is this and how do I treat, I'm to embarresed to call my mom and ask.
Double Trouble state park edition.
#271- “Golden” Edition
Thinking about picking up a new hobby? Want to get a memecaster? Haven't mastered the Palomar knot? Click here!
Talk about fishin
>oh going up a 14,000er isn't so bad don't ya know, me and the grandkids loved it! I don't get why you millenial kids these days make such a big deal braggin' about it
Why cant i shave with a small hatchet or nata
How tight is too tight for boots? How to reduce sores and blisters?
I sat on my couch for 4 months after I lost my wagie job. However I’m on day 6 of a construction job doing general labor and my feet are fucking killing me? Is it a socks problem? Would an insole help? Are my 4 year old Carolinas just too old?
Where do I start when it comes to self sufficiency?
I have a place, or my family does. It's big area which used to be a farm before it was converted into a workshop/storage before it was forgotten. It's overall a very huge area, there is a small path of forest, a small field, 2 houses, a garage one large warehouse and one large workshop. Sound like a dream place for something like this but these building are old and haven't been maintained at all and even though they are useable they do require a lot of fixing or I don't see them still standing in 10-20 years. We do try to fix them up here and there but our knowledge and time is limited.
I don't think this place is the best for growing crops either. The weather here is rarely "good", we only get warmth and sun frommid spring to summer, otherwise it's cold, wet and windy, It's windy almost all the time. It's a mere 50 meters away from the coast to everything is covered in salt and the air is very dry. Overall there is very little forest and wildlife.
If I want to start I imagine I will need a lot of money, like a lot of money. I just spent about $3,000 getting an old pick up truck for work, this is not including maintenance, insurance etc.
If I'm going to farm my own crops and such I will need lots of equipment and building material. I can't even begin to imagine how much money it would cost me to get a tractor, a ploug, a cultivator etc. And I would need a boat aswell for fishing
There is just so many things I need to consider. But for now I'm mostly curious if I should I find another place to move to and start there, a smaller place just for myself. This place or try it just seems like so much to handle at the moment
What are some philosophical truths about the outdoors?
Soap and water can go a long way, but when it comes to pine sap or campfire tar, they're totally useless.
Is there anything /out/ uses besides acetone to get the gunk off?
Why spend thousands of dollars on shitty fragile ultralight gear when regular gear is cheaper, more comfortable. and gets you to the same place? Can't help but think those people like gearqueering and feeling rich more than the experience.
First post on /out/...
I have this dream every couple of nights about kayaking on a lake. Its not like the same thing happens every time, but I'm always in a kayak in the same lake. It's about 4000 acres big, and has a much of small islands dotting around it, and I'll land there and look around at these pine trees and generally stomp through the tiny woods for a bit.
Does anyone know where a lake like this exists in real life, preferably America? It's just make me want to go kayaking, maybe for like my birthday.
New here I’m gonna be going camping this summer and will be /out/ for 5 days how can I bathe myself? There will be a beach/water acces available.
Anyone ever been to any mines? If so share some photos! Here’s the wing mine in Lake Havasu Arizona
What do you guys use to get to sites? Live in Murica so public transport only in cities. I personally use a sport bike or moped depending on the distance. Suzuki GSX250R for anywhere far and a old Vespa S150 for somewhere near.
What do you put on your keychains for going /out/, or even just as EDC?
Right now, all that I have is a small carabiner and a NiteIze DoohicKey, but I want to add on a thing or two to it to make it a little more useful (and slightly hefty—I only really have two or so keys that I carry around at this time so it's pretty light in the pocket.)
I have $160,000 USD to spend on land and a house to homestead. Where and why?
Hard mode: no western nations
So I recently got my hands on an old Italian army rucksack for a pretty low price. Problem is, this rucksack smells like the Tunisian campaign. I think over the years being stored somewhere it got mold and now the stench is unbearable. I wanna clean this shit but I got no time to do it by hand... Should I put it in the washing machine? I mean this shit has a lot of metal parts and a long iron chain in it so idk if it would be a good idea. Any suggestions?
Gonna take it on the first /out/ing soon.
I’ve got some property out in the woods that I’d like to have some kind of security over. I’d like to be notified somehow when it starts recording (Motion activated) and I’d like it to be self sustaining (loop recording, solar powered).
This isn’t for a SHTF scenario but I could see this as an investment in the prepping budget. Ay suggestions?
Which /out/ setting/place/biome is the spookiest? I'm not talking about the most dangerous from an objective perspective, but just spooky
For me, it's any place with ancient oaks
What's the verdict on trail runners for backpacking? Scam for gullible yuppie, no?
Anyone else work in forestry? What is your job?
Can I just drink all the water I want if I boil it then filter it with modern stuffs plus some pills ?
What about the lead, arsenic, and pollution shits?
Also best way to drink your piss thread.
Alright /out/ I need some help
I wanna know more about how can be someone a park ranger in America.
I'm working as a gamekeeper in Europe, but I'm thinking of moving to the USA. I have a degree in basic wildlife and forestry management and I'm studying the same at uni.
>>1469793 Last thread is kill.
Pic related is my Deering Goodtime 5-String
Been looking into a more portable solution with the same feeling and tuning as a banjo.
Someone talked me out of getting a "banjolele" as it is basically a meme instrument plagued with intonation issues (and tuned liked a ukulele)
Someone suggested getting a piccolo banjo instead as it is essentially a smaller banjo just tuned an octave higher.
Anyone have experience with piccolo banjos before?
Post your /out/ instruments and your favorite campfire songs!
I will be climbing around the Pacific Northwest for a month and a half. I am in the market for a portable solar charger for my camera. I don't give two fucks about my phone, just my camera. The camera is a Cannon Rebel T6, battery for camera is pic related. I'd ask the electronics board, but I think I'd have better luck finding out what is tested to be durable/waterproof. I also feel /out/ would know what is affordable. I'm working with $200USD
All powerful space aliens will capture you and sent you back in time 20000 years to star in a version of the TV show ALONE for their entertainment. You will be dropped at a safe place as close as possible to your current location. You can bring 10 items to help you survive. If you can survive for 365 days, you will be brough back and will recieve 5m US$ in price money. Gaming the system is impossible, leaving traces of yourself is impossible as they will be cleared. You can bring 10 items, if you do not currently own them they will be provided for you. A gun counts as one item and comes with 1+3 magazines (if applicable). 100rds of any ammunition also count as one item. You can wear all the clothes you want, clothes on your body do not count towards your item count. All you are bringing has to be man portable, meaning if you can't carry it all out of your home it's illegal. So no armored vehicles or any such funny business.
What do you bring? Where are you? What will you do?
what does /out/ think about slingshots?
*wastes millions of acres of land and destroys their ecosystem for a shit-tier power source*
nothin personal, kid. heh, remember, your helping the enviroment.