Idk if there is a general thread for /out/ locations or not.
Are there any good places to go /out/ in Virginia for 5-7 day fishing trips? Looking for some place that allows dispersed camping but is within a large lake or river for fishing. Tired of hiking through Southwest VA (Skyline Drive, GW&J National Forest) and only seeing small creeks.
Hi I was wondering I could share a survey related to my class: conservation biology. A big section of this covers habitat conservation and environmental concern. I would really appreciate an opinion! This is my final project and I need as many participants as possible. Thank you for those who do help out!
Don't know if these threads are common or not...but I currently only have eighty dollars in my account. Is it plausible to live in my car in a city like Denver or Rapid City (biggest cities near me) and live okayish? Would I have enough time to survive on this amount of money until I get a job at McDonald's or Walmart to get more income?
Also stories of similar experience or just general poor travel advice.
How do people actually enjoy going to campgrounds? I just spent a weekend at one in East Texas and it was horrible. I've always gone hunting for 3-5 days and brought a tarp and sleeping bag. That's my ideal version of camping. Staying at this shitty campground was awful. You can't even leave your site for a hour to hike or fish without some fucker stealing shit. There's always drunk people yelling in the distance. The nearby streams were cluttered with trash, beer bottles, etc. Are all campgrounds this messy? Keep in mind this was a free campsite on a National... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I've tried $5 tarps from yard sales and $350 tarps made for camping. There's hardly difference. Camping tarps are designed to be more light weight. Just get a 9x5 tarp from Lowe's, Wal-Mart, or wherever. "Camping tarps" are no different than tech companies putting "for gaming" on their shitty products to make it sell. Shilling out a few hundred bucks for a lightweight tarp isn't worth it.
>>705138 I will start. Plov (some english tards call it pilaf) INGREDIENTS: Rice about 100g Chicken or pork +- 200g 1 big or 2 small carrots Onion Black Pepper crushed Salt Tomato souce or ketchup ..... So just cut the meat in small cubes and fry it to get brownish then add chopped carrot and chopper onion salt and pepper and cook a bit more until onion gets golden brown then throw it all in pot add some water and rice on top of the meat and boil until rice is ready. If u have enough meat on... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Condition and polish your boots. If it's starting to separate somewhere, get it glued by a shoe repairer before it gets worse (friction between two separated surfaces wears them out and this means harder to fix). Don't dry your fucking boots in front of a fire or heater. Get soles replaced BEFORE they wear fully through, unless you like paying to get the midsole and insole repaired too. Stitched on soles are overrated, modern glued are bretty gud.
The 3.2mm thick blade is made from high grade Swedish stainless steel.The blade has a Scandi-grind profile.
Morakniv Kansbol Swedish stainless steel to enhance strength and long-lasting sharpness. The blade is profile shaped for added precision and the spine is ground so that it can be used with a fire starter.
I want to try to survive 30 days in the woods. My challenge is to only choose 10 things to carry with me, excluding a med kit and hunting rifle for defense against any dangerous animals. I won't use it for hunting and won't take from any animal I would have to kill with it. What should I bring?
I go camping every weekend in the Summer, but to campgrounds. I always bring a tent and other easy mode items. This time I plan on camping on my Grandmother's land. They own about 50 acres in the National Forest in Southwest Virginia. I've done similar camping trips but nothing ever this long.
from what i've read it seems like the romans under Caesar mostly wiped out the druids (outlawing their practices etc), and since the druids themselves never wrote down anything (their teachings were delivered verbally), all we have to go on is the accounts of others and their observations of the druids
i might be completely wrong but that's what i've come up with from researching around a bit
southern NM should be fine. northern NM will have snow above 9000 feet prolly and lots of mud below that number. also spring is not the best season for the southwest. lots of wind and the pollen travels for ever
Thoughts on Maxpedition's new line? I've been impressed with all their other gear (own 3 different packs) How about these for quality bug out bags that don't make you standout like a sore thumb? Especially in an urban environment.
>>704627 I have a pack with that exact sling design from them. It's a neat little thing, but if you put any kind of weight into it, it starts to grate on your shoulder a bit. The ability to unclip a single buckle and swing it across yours chest to be accessible is nice, though. I mostly use it as my motorcycle pack- keeping tools, spare spark plugs, water, snacks, stuff like that in it.
Im gonna leave my life behind and live on the road/rails for the rest of my life. Im leaving right around july or august too, and my first destination is paris. Gonna panhandle there for a bit and then move down south to spain and into portugal. I heard theres a great hippie/hobo/tramp culture down there. After that i want to go to italy, and then east europe for the nature. After that i'll see where life takes me.
We could go together from paris to spain with a hobo if you like.
I'm gunna go to Wales (you can get Eurostar to London, underground to Paddington then go west to wales.) its the most beautiful country on this planet. I'm gunna climb Snowdon, and paddle on the wye, hopefully do some canyons and waterfalls too. Caerphylly castle is a must see, and I heard there's a sweet look out up behind it.
I'd love to get started on it, but would love some advice.
Prices for a decent rig?
If anyone has any good links or video tutorials for very beginners on it, please share. I've tried looking on Google and Youtube but I'm having a hard time finding things that explain everything on it?
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