Hey /out/, I want to go camping at title related. I've been camping before, but only with big groups, and this time I'll be on my own in one of the most secluded National Parks in the US. I'm worried that I know too little about camping and I'll have to bug out in a couple of days instead of the week I want to spend over there. I've got a water proof tent, a sleeping bag, a cast iron skillet, a pair of good boots, 5 1-liter water bottles, and no idea what the fuck I'm doing.
How fucked am I? What would you bring? Anybody familiar with Big... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>706955 OP here. I think that the weather will be really cooperative, ranging from low 50's to low 80's the entire time, and I know that all my stuff is fine for that. Low chances of rain, storms, etc.
Going on a 26.2 mile ruck march with a minimum of 35 lbs although I'll probably do more. Any basic tips? I've already been training and I know I'll have to hydrate a lot but I'm not sure if there is anything else I can do to make it easier.
Light 1 person tents. Basically im after a tent like the six moon solo or the big agnes flycreek. Except those two are way too expensive for me. I was looking into a bivvy bag but i live in north australia so really need to be properly water and bug proof to enjoy the night. Are there any other tents that are similar weight (1kg) that arent as expensive as these ones? Prob a max of $300aud i could go to but would prefer less. I know someone is going to say >light >cheap >pick one
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Yes but id rather not depend on trees plus isnt a hammock including fly and tarp about the same weight as a tent anyway?
Op here im revising my criteria which might increase results.
Only needs to be 3 season. Can be upto 1.5kg, would be really great if it was free standing. Ive got a ferrino chaos 2 at the moment which is a great tent for 2 people so if there was a 1 person version of that i'd be pretty happy.
>>706693 I was just about to make a similar thread
>>706699 We have the worlds most poisonous snakes and spiders, the fauna all have sharp claws and spikes despite being mostly herbivores, the mozzies carry Ross river virus which is a primordial cousin to malaria and will knock you for 6 A tent isn't too much to ask for
Hi /out/. I'm going to europe mid year, wondering about hiking and camping there. We are going to italy, spain, greece, croatia and possibly turkey. What must do hikes are there? Is it easy to just hike alone, or do you have to do organised treks? I'd like to hear ideas and thoughts on this subject. Also we were to camp for a few days where could we leave the rest of our belongings? I realise im asking specific questions about a whole continent but any discussion will be useful
>>706045 >Turkey is a bit fucked up and getting worse, Croatia is less safe than the rest of the countries you mentioned I'll eat my words if you've actually been to either of those countries, but this reads like a certified shitpost.
OP that sounds like a hell of a trip. Not sure what you mean by "is it easy to just hike alone"; they're all free countries. You probably weren't planning on going to eastern Turkey but it'd be so cool do do Mt Ararat. I... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>706045 Maybe Spain is different but I've left my shit in hostels with random strangers throughout central Europe and never had anything stolen. Obviously if you have anything really valuable, keep it on you or in a locker but in any hotel I wouldn't worry about having stuff stolen.
I'm going to agree with >>706075 that you've never been to Croatia or Turkey. Turkey may be a mess politically, but as a tourist it is fine and I'm not sure why you'd... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Hey /out/ I want to spend a night in the woods. I have no formal training or special gear, just the common knowledge of TV and the Internet. I figure I won't need more than a hatchet and a knife to build a small shelter and make myself a fire ( going to use a lighter for that)
Anyways I found an old hatchet and pocket knife laying around my shed. Are these good brands or should I go buy something better? Pic related
Hey guys, I created a small survey dedicated to my class conservation biology. I need ~80 more responses and will appreciate any and all participants. It takes at worst 5 minutes and it covers a few topics about the environment, agriculture, etc. etc. Thank you for all those who participate.
>>704832 Part of the reason I started this thread $15 seems cheap. But then I haven't bought a flashlight worth a shit in like 8 years. Back then a 200 lumin led flashlight was $50 or more. So $15 seems like it will break easily. I very well could be wrong though. Plus 18650 batteries worth a damn are usually $15 each.
>Want to go on a kayaking + camping expedition with friends >Spent weeks planning it >Half our group is female and they're scared (inc gf, so can't kick them out) >Moreover their parents aren't allowing them to go
What can I do /out/? I reckon you have some kind of experience with team problems. I thought that if I make a very detailed plan that shows I know what I'm doing would convince them and their parents, but apparently not.
>>703675 >Out of money and supplies A few various sizes of tin cans, a dumpster blanket and some scrap Tyvek from a construction site is all you need, anon. Pick up a free book of matches from the grocery store's customer service desk and swing by your local food bank for some canned goods. Camping on forestry land is free, and so is getting there if you walk or hitchhike.
Please help me to devise plants and objects that would make a small dark outdoor space comfy.
Pic related it's a yard on a British terraced house almost exactly like my own. It's about 1.5x4 meters and bounded on 4 sides by brick walls.
Needless to say, it doesn't get much light. I was thinking of: >resurfacing the ground (tile?) >painting walls a light colour >wall mounted planters on the shared wall for a few herbs (gets some light) >free... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Cubensis will grow good, they dont need much light since there is no photosynthesis. For cannabis you will need some serious light. I would suggest LED since its gone so for compared to old days when they were still shit... Just buy high output LED diodes like 1-5w and get like 500w total and you will have some place for few widows to get fully developed. Hydro would help a lot simce you can kinda get some help from proper nutrients to cover lack of good light. I would suggest go with autoflowers they stay small are not so potent but you will look like a badass gardner to your neighbor!
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