How do you keep your electronics charged up while /out/ long term? I'm talking 4+ days.
I'm thinking of going for solar power with this
But i'm not sure how reliable things like this are, if i can rely on it to keep my things properly charged up, or whether its just for emergency use. The other option is to take a few fully charged portable chargers but if they break or get used up, you're screwed. There's wind up chargers but none of them have good reviews and it seems like a gimmick.
So i'm not sure. It's pretty important for me to use my tablet while /out/.
The real deal. No impostors. Spring is coming soon for you folks in the frozen north (hopefully).
So you know, let's make fun of tripfags and discuss fishing techniques, tackle, and show off our catches.
Suburban fishin is good fishin sometimes
ohio anon again, mentioning a thought about why baitcasters cast left. the inertia of the reel has to be overcome by the lure before it can move, unlike on a spining reel where it just pulls off the line.
This guy is going to develop spaceflight in a dozen more episodes.
Feels thread. Im living near amazonas since 2009.
This is a view from Cerro Campanario, in Bariloche.
How did i do for an /out/ vehicle 1997 mercury mountaineer 180 miles 5.0 v8 awd new tires has headers.
Pic related before i bought it. Paid 500 for it and put about 1k in it so far it runs great and interior is great everything works.
You might wanna go to /o/ and ask them.
/Out/ can be.... weird with it's vehicles.
But yes, you did very well.
Try to stay below $3,000 with all the additions. That's the street price for a vehicle like this.
I would suggest a Ranch Hand (grill guard) and a winch. It'll allow you to clear some more brush, and if you get stuck wrap the winch around a tree and stand on the wire. You will be out in no time.
What is the single best survival video or tool you have come across that has helped you or you think everyone should know?
For me a Fresnel lense has and was a epiphany. I found one in my dads office. He's a engineering and I just took it outside to be a pyro and it starts fires almost immediately where a regular magnifying lense just creates embers.
Its light and flat enough to fit in any pack and you can salvage Huge ones from old TV's and smaller ones from old screen projectors that they had in elementary school.
>good luck on a clouded winter day.
Who fucking cares? Just use your lighter when you must and use the lens when you can to save on lighter fuel. The same goes with a handdrill or other non-fuel fire starter. Only use stuff like a lighter when it is an emergency and always have several non-fuel backups.
/an/ sent me here, said you /out/ists might have your dogs equipped with a GPS Collar.
Anyone have experience using them? I'd like to get one for my sister's dog. The little shit loves to bolt the split second you get distracted.
Here in East TX, hunting feral pigs with dogs is a common practice and EVERYONE I know who hunts with dogs has their dogs equipped with GPS + shock collars. What exactly do you want to know about them?
> go innawoods
> set up camp
> night falls
> chillin by the fire
> smell copper
Hey can I paracord wrap a blade like this?
show me your BEST COMPASS
thinking about getting one
Post your personal /out/ Shangri-La
I'll start, Kintla Lake, GNP
The nice thing about Kintla is it's relatively remote, and the road there is pretty shitty, so not many tourists make it there. There's also a backcountry camp at the far end that you can hike or float to.
<--- where is your god now
Is Hammocking a Meme or are people who say it is dumber then this Orangutan ?
Not true, I haven't slept in one in a while but growing up it was my favorite part of vacation and I actually had a hammock strung in my BR in my teens.
Definitely getting one for /out when I'm on my own.
Let me show you perfect order.