I have this peter grimes cowboy hat I got at a music festival for free. I wrapped a Chocolate Chip camo bandanna around it. I often keep a book of MRE Matches, a lighter, a little pocket knife, and a pencil.
Tincloth is just Filson's marketing name for their heavy weight waxed cotton.
Cons are it is heavy and has to be replenished at least every year if you wear the garment much. Also it isn't 'waterproof' and not even as water resistant as modern membranes like goretex. Even in a middling rain, mist gets through.
Pros are that the water resisting properties are part of the fabric rather than a distinct membrane (like goretex). This means a garment can be composed of a single layer that... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Okay, I've been unemployed for about a 5 weeks now and I'm god damn sick of it I would like to figure out a way to live without a house and just hitchhike around and camp every night I live in England and I have the option to travel anywhere in the EU so I could go to warm countries in the winter and travel around for the summer Pic related, its me
I'd be up for learning anything, ideas? Money making\ food \ supplies
Has anybody here considered buying a bunch of land and setting up a tiny home with solar power and gathering water from a stream? I'm thinking of buying land in eastern Washington and setting up a tiny house on a foundation rather than trailer, getting satellite internet, and being a semi NEET (I earn interest from my investments).
You can buy a nice house in Washington on 10-20 acres surrounded by National Forest to also /out/ on for less than $500K. But I could buy 30-50 acres for less than $75K, build a small house for another $50K, and have more land to own. Which I figure won't make a difference if I'm surrounded by National Forests. But at least I can do what I want without a babysitter. Plenty of privacy to raise chickens, grow pot, shoot what I want, etc.
>>710305 >Which I figure won't make a difference if I'm surrounded by National Forests. And then one day a hippy was seen wandering in the forest next to Anon's land... And the next day two more. By July 4th there were thousands. Most obvious example of why I'd rather own the land.
There was a fall family trip last year and we had some bad chilli. For e reason there was a 2 bowled shitter with no divider and me and my sisters stomachs were really fucked up so we ended up putting our backs together and shitting in unison. Our asses were touching for like 15 minutes.
I start with a Rapala Jointed Shad Rap. Casts far, good depth and can be retrieved with different speeds. My favorite crankbait overall - you can catch everything from small perch to big northern pikes with this lure.
original rapala mepps williams spoons jigs hooks misc crankbaits bucktails
really depends what you fish though, I do mixed species but if i fished just pie itd be trebel hooks, spoons and cranks, for walters it would be cranks and jigs, bass hooks and jigs, ect ect
figure out what is around you and google what they bite and how to work what they bite
also unless you exclusively fish from a boat, fuck actual tackle boxes like the one in your OP. Get a cheap (or expensive whatever) backpack and fill it with plano boxes. plus then you... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
At the end of this month I'll have week to drive along the coast. I'll start in LA and wanted to hit some not so crowded beaches or do some hikes. Some good waves for surfing would be cool or some place to catch some fish with a spear from the Shore. Every input is much aapreciated. I'm not from around CA so I don't know shit ;) Thank you!
Last year I started wearing glasses as I my eyes went to shit. The frames that came free with the appointment are faggy hipster glasses, but I was okay with it at the time as long as I could replace them in the future.
Now that I've saved enough moneys, what are some /out/ approved eyewear that will protect me from the elements as well as wear and tear? Do anti-fog glasses exist?
Bumping for interest. I'm searching for one for urban exploring and just hiking as i moved to making videos of my travels than the boring old hundreds of photos. Also whats the best mounting for action cameras in your opinion? I think having it in front of your chest would be the most practical but might the arms be in the way or something like that?
>>709420 I bought a cheap chinese cam that had the same quality as my phone sony ericcson w300i had like 10 years ago... Ordered a head mount which i still have (camera sold tho) and from youtube i can tell head is better... Especially for fishing (my main reason) ... Any experiemced helping helpers here?
What does /out/ think of camouflage? I read something recently about some new thing based off of or similar to Multicam was supposed to roll out in 2015 to replace whatever that digital-looking stuff is that the Army currently has. Which do you like most and why? Which do you believe is most effective and why? Pic related; gibbed it from Google.
I have no idea what the smartest or most efficient way to start this thread is... but here goes.
Im going to take a sort of 'National Forest Tour' when Spring breaks in full. I plan to leave from Detroit, MI, in early April. I am an avid and experienced outdoorsman, but Ive never taken a road trip... I want to start in Wayne NF in s. Ohio, and from there meander through some of the southern and Appalachian NFs before booking it westward.
I have so many questions, however, and I have no one in my life whose ever done this sort of thing, so I only have you sc/out/s to rely on ;^)
So I'll be roadtripping quite a bit kind of all across the US. But some pretty major questions have remained unanswered, and I havent been able to find what I need with google.
>Where will I be able to get water? I have purification tablets and a filter for innawoods and such, but what about general water? Should I stock up on store bought gallons? Do I fill up at public park drinking fountains or something?
>What about electricity? I can charge my phone in car, but what about my laptop? Should I even bring my laptop? I am a writer and digital painter so thats where most my work is done
>What about eating on the road? Im obviously not going to be fast fooding it most the time, where can I wash my dishes?
>Can I really do dispersed camping in any national forest? This is what I was told previously and what I did for years in Michigan
I am sincerely relying on you shitposters for some guidance or advice. Even sites with the answered to these questions would help. Thanks, sc/out/s
>>707144 >>707157 I know thanks are kinda pointless on an anonymous Colombian stained glass chatroom, but thank you for the advice.
On another note, is there a place to reference state laws (mostly pertaining to what firearms I can carry, travel with, use) where the language isn't so thick in legal-ese? I dont want to get arrested in Arkansas for misinterpreting adverbs on some legal website
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