What's the big deal? I get cairns to some extent, they look fucking dumb on the side of the trail. Geocaches on the other hand, when done correctly, are barely noticeable even when you're looking for them. Are you guys really so pretentious about being /out/ that you have to fuck up the fun of a child geocaching with his dad?
>>628890 Moras are a good knife, but they can run on the expensive side. Depending on what you need and use it for, you can get away with getting something that isn't $600. What do you intend to use it for? Personally, I dont fancy them
I own about 52 acres in southeast Tennessee and it's way out of the way. The property is almost entirely forest and I've known there's a cave somewhere on the property for a while now. Any ideas on how I could go about finding it?
>>626880 Me and my brother (both into mycology, brother is an expert of identification imo) found a patch of land home to a ton of Banded Mottlegills in this grassy park where you'd often see rabbits and their shit. We'd come down every week to harvest and eat some together just to have a fun time. Alot of the vibrant visions and euthoric feelings were shared so we never felt alone... It's honestly been the best autumn I've ever had!
Op I will throw you a bone and get this thread rolling (or not, lel) with a bit of controversy.
Bark River, some people hate some people love, and some people think they know ore about knives/knife making then them.
Some people always talk about how they fucked up with heat threat and how their blades break, well Mike Stewart said in this video that they only had like 5 broken knives in the last 15 years. Also he praised their heat treatment, a lot.
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This Lawsuit Says Animal Planet Is Doing Some Really Insane Things
The beleaguered network's latest debacle involves some seriously shady antics in the woods.
A Kentucky farmer has accused Animal Planet of setting a fire, damming a creek, chopping down trees, and illegally trespassing and building structures on his property during the production of the reality TV show Call of the Wildman.
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But behind the scenes, J.D. Long, a 54-year-old resident of the rural hamlet of Liberty, Kentucky, says the show's producers came onto his approximately 49-acre property after his sister, who lives there, explicitly told them they weren't welcome. Long was furious when his sister told him that the team had built the tree house at least partly out of lumber he says they logged on his land.
(One of Long's lawyers, Andrew Trimble, says he saw multiple tree stumps at the site during a survey—consistent,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
But the most bizarre part of the incident, Long says, came in the middle of the night some months after filming had wrapped up—around November 20, 2014—when he woke to the sound of machinery. "My sister jumped out of bed, she was scared to death," he said. "It made this whizzing that sounded like the whole neighborhood was going to blow up." He called 911.
It turned out the whizzing was coming from a crane, Long said, which had arrived under the cover of darkness to tear down the tree... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Animal Planet and Sharp Entertainment—the New York-based production company that makes the show—did not respond to repeat attempts to seek an interview for this article. Neither did attorneys Rebecca Schafer and Emily Newman, from the Louisville legal firm representing the bulk of the defendants. Schafer and Newman filed documents asking the court to dismiss the case in May and denied all the central allegations. The judge has yet to rule on that request.
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Hey, I've been borrowing my brothers golite nest tent for a while but will no longer be able to use it. I have been looking for a while to replace it but golite no longer makes this tent, it's honestly the best tent I've ever used as far as weight saving while still being roomy. Used it in Utah, was great to leave the tarp off and look at the stars, used it in New Zealand and kept me nice and dry. So I'm looking for essentially the same tent if anyone has any suggestions, hell I'd buy it off one of you if you have one and dont want it anymore.
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