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oh i thought you could do it without yeast. oh well we have to figure out how to make yeast, our find something else. no reason to go through the apocalypse sober.
Great info thanks
>>1117574 is not me
literally just go to a brewing shop or hop an amazon right now, you retard
buy a couple packets of lavlin or whatever for a buck, and you're set pretty much for the next lifetime
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I went for maybe my first real hike over the weekend (6 miles, mountain) and all was well except my heels got chafed as FUCK. I had bought some "trail shoes" but maybe they suck? I didn't do any research on it I guess I should of.
Is it the shoes or should I do something else to prevent heel-chafe? Tie my shoes tighter/looser, different socks, what?
Do your feet slide in them when you walk? Tie your shoes tighter. Wear a liner sock under your regular ones. If it still moves something that comes up a little higher over your ankle will also minimize movement.
Alternatively you could just try going again and stop being a little baby about your soft virgin feet being exposed to something that mildly approaches "rough conditions."
strictly a matter of opinion. i use trail runners for everything that doesn't involve more than a mile of snow (boots) or 4th class scrambling (approach shoes).
Spotted the fat dude. You don't need boots unless you're going through rough terrain or you're bushwacking. Anything resembling a trail doesn't need anything more than a Merrel or MOAB equivalent.
Your heel is slipping. Relace your shoes and end with a tie-lock lacing. Buy better socks.
I wear air jordans 1 low for walking and for sports activities. Usually, they last me for two years. I use one pair for walking and around work/house. After they wear down a bit and get some scratches or paint on, they become my running shoes. They are in perfect technical condition at that point. I buy a new pair for everyday use then. My suggestion is to buy your footwear from a trusted retailer. Make sure it’s perfectly sized for your feet too.
Leaving in a month to work in the oilfield in Wyoming, what can I expect in terms of going /out/ on my off weeks? Any recommendations?
Offshore oilfield in the Gulf of Mexico. No driving license needed when you’re living on a barge.
Do the whole season, May-Nov and you’ll be able to afford a limo ride home from the dock.
Oilfields can be tough, especially in backwoods Wyo, keep yourself safe. There are some rough dudes working on those rigs.
thanks for the tips anon i'll be sure to do this
I'm a biologist working with oil and gas in southern california, make of that what you will.
Most of the oilfield welders I run into that make good money have their own truck or two. Their truck makes a wage ($22/hour last i checked) as does the actual welder ($30/hr). Not having your license, and by extension your own truck, will definitely limit you.
Hey, but do those companies make a drug test? I am asking because I applied to a construction company and they asked me if I can go to the next Monday to pass the drug test, but I smoked a pot in the morning and they called me. So until now, the best option for me is described in this
article, on how to use synthetic urine and things like that.
hey /out/ists, i've got myself pic related as a emergency communication device for being innawoods and for long range (mountain) hiking (it's also a nice fm radio for listening to news and weather). i live in europe and i am mostly on austria and southern germany in the wild (i know, it's illegal to use those BUT i only want to use them in an emergency situation wich would be fine) and i'm looking for emergency frequencies to preset into the radio. i've found the "notfunk" and already saved them, but can you recommend any other freqs that are probably a little more busy?
>inb4 use a phone no reception in many areas
>>1264749 >calling helpful people nigger
I bet you're super successful irl
>That's why I was asking for an explanation of what it said.
No, you asked questions to which you already had the answers.
>Because I didn't understand
Because you didn't read. You didn't even try.
>You are a double nigger faggot.
I understand being embarrassed and trying to save face but you're such a lazy nigger you just reused my insult. Quit now, stop making things worse for yourself.
>>1264755 >calling helpful people nigger
Literally all you did was state what was already stated and told me I didn't read what I had read.
>No, you asked questions to which you already had the answers.
Yes, and I stated that I did not understand the answers. THAT'S WHY I MADE THE FUCKING POST!
You're a really annoying and unhelpful person.
>>1264765 >sperging this hard >after asking questions that were already answered
And I'M annoying.
>spoonfeeding retards is unhelpful
At least we agree on something. I promise I won't spell anything out for you again, even if you ask. But if that's going to be the case, learn to read.
just get your ham radio license. not that hard my dude. and you learn how to not fuck up using a radio.
I watch a lot of YouTube videos about japan from tourists and locals and never heard from people that use them say something about laws, so it should be okay to use. The thing is you will have to get them through security at airport, and idk if they allow such things on board. Better to buy them in Japan and deal with it. If you don't know what to buy, here is an article that has a bunch of reviews on walkie talkers
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>>1137513 >8 weeks in Paint
Damn... so many slav bitches holding carp
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A thread to trade/buy/sell shit related to /out/.
Stuff like tents, packs, hammocks, tarps, clothing etc. When you trade stuff, share your e-mails and discuss things there. It's more private, doesn't clog the thread and adds some extra security if you get fucked over. I would ADVISE using Paypal and NOT making "personal" paymets so that you are covered by Paypal Buyer/Seller protection. I would also advice that any shipping is at the very least recorded. In the UK, Royal Mail 2nd Class Recorded really doesn't cost that much and if you get, say in a week or so, "I haven't got my stuff, I want a refund" then you can just check the package on the Royal Mail website and it will say if it was delivered or not. So you want to buy/sell/trade something? Here's a template as to what information we need: What the item is: Condition: Where you are: Where you are willing to ship/pay shipping costs to/from: Any other relevant information, such as extras or missing parts: Pictures are heavily encouraged. If someone scams you or you don't get what you asked for, get ripped off etc then it's not /out/'s fault and it's not my fault. Still though, you could post someone's post-code or something so we know who to avoid. Up to you. I would say no posting their exact address however because legal reasons. If we have their postcode, we can then check with the person who made the claim privately if this is the guy who ripped them off. Anyway, have fun. Hopefully you guys get some good deals. WARNING: Don't post your address directly onto 4chan, that's a sure-fire way to get trolled. FINAL TIP: Add a return address to your packages.
Eh, if you're willing to think like that then a whole shitton of camping gear becomes off limits for second hand.
>Oh man, you bought a second hand jacket? That's like your skin!
all that stuff is still better than what a new bag was exposed to in the chinese factory
You never heard of washing something friend?
On the backside of the letter or on the front side in the corner write your address. If you enter the address in the corner, select the upper left or lower right, as the post worker will paste stamps on the upper right corner. Filling in the sender address is exactly the opposite. At the top write your country, and then your address and name. There a lot of sites
to find the needed postcode.
Anyone have experience with smart watches when /out/? Worth the money?
I've had the model that preceded pic related for 8 years. Has never let me down. Waas and all that good shit. Gets me back to camp within 10 meters or less after wondering around aimlessly all day. Think I paid $80. I carry 2xAA per day planned, but I usually get 3 days on a fresh pair if I don't use backlight. Good on a pair for weeks if just using to double check map readings. Have used in torrential downpours. Use tiny amount of silicone grease on the original gasket/oring once or twice a year. Only 12 channels.
I own a 401. Is there a smartphone app that works with it?
I'm not totally sure. It would be limited to phones with an ant+ transmitter though(mostly Samsung of Sony) since that's the only way it can send it receive data wirelessly. Might be a basemap app that allows you to send data from an OTG cable too.
I find cell phone GPS's to be lacking. My g5 isn't as precise as my Colorado(which is now 9 years old) and it drops it's GPS signal way too easily to be relied upon. I also really appreciate how the Colorado and foretrex use standard batteries. I could have gotten a fenix(orig) for the same price as the foretrex, but as it uses a sealed lithium battery, it's pretty much junk now, since its over 5 years old. No swapping it either. Foretrex is even older, but slipping in 2xAAA eneloops will have me set for years of use. Sucks that the sensors are so old, and it's only got 4mB(yeah, megabytes...) Of storage, but it's far more future proof than the stuff they put out now... If the made a 501 tho, I'd be so happy. Keep it simple, just add better sensors and new firmware to extend battery life. Don't even want color screen, or maps...
I added a set of bull bars to mine. I have landed on it while busting my shit off a skateboard and work in carpentry so it gets minor abuse. But she still looks bready good after iirc a year or 2.
Man, I’ve never bought a smart watch and I don’t advise you, because I think that all smart watches on the market have a huge number of shortcomings. For example, my friend bought the most popular smart watch-watch from Apple and the sensor stopped working after them two weeks. There are problems with smart watches of the most famous brands. I like watches, but prefer mechanical. By the way, I recently read reviews about Seiko watches at
and now I’m thinking about buying a new watch, but they are quite expensive. Mechanical watches are famous for their durability and quality, in addition, they will always be in fashion, and the hype around a smart watch will fade away sooner or later.
I currently live in Miami, FL and honestly I like it but I rather live somewhere else and more comfy. In a few years (4+ years from now) I feel like moving to another state. I want to have my own log cabin and nice big plot of land, and I want to be able to do things like hiking, fishing, hunting, shooting, camping, and etc. Basically just some /out/door shit.
What are some things I need to think about? First thing that comes to my mind is employment, I really don't fucking know what I could do as a job. I think I would need some sort of career or something at least. Property could be cheap. Probably a few thousand per acre of land, I guess it depends where I go. A log cabin would probably cost like $100K to be built. (It's better to build your own home because fuck paying mortgage!) This is where my second question comes. What would be a good state/place to settle in? Has to have some good gun laws, and not so strict laws for Marijuana. A good thing about living like this is that it should be pretty fucking cheap! If I use a well with a pump then I wouldn't have to pay for water, if I build (or hire someone) my own house I don't have to pay mortgage and insurance. How does this idea sound? I would appreciate some advice! Thanks a lot in advance.
I already have.. Fucking shit, none of you cunts are fucking helpful. /adv/ gave me a lot better help. I have like 10k saved, in a few years (2 or 3) I could probably have another 10 or 20. If you aren't gonna help just let the thread die.
>>891557 >probably >could
Come just a bit north to fort myers area. The city is a little rough but the living cost is cheap. Plenty of places for out activities. I just bought a fucking 27 foot sailboat for around three grand. Plus florida just legalized medicinal usage this week.
Yea I heard there is a bit of crime by there, bunch of blacks is probably the reason. What places are there for /out/door shit? Besides fishing in the Gulf of Mexico.
Yea gonna have to get me a medical card when they start with the dispensaries and shit. Even if I can't for whatever reason I hope they loosen the Marijuana laws up.
Well, no need to blame everything on black, there are bad and good people of any race. Anyway, I've wanted to live in a remote place in somewhere in the USA, like you said, to feel the nature, maybe to go fishing. So, I found this site
where they show on average what is the cost of living in different regions. I found this information very useful so I share it with you. I'm being very frugal to be able to achieve such a dream
Not sure where to post this thread. Recently became interested in welding. Didn't realize how much those guys make, even though I'm interested only as a hobby.
I have a few questions: 1) How dangerous? 2) What cool shit can you weld? 3)Can I do this drunk? 4) Can I make swords like a black smith? that about sums it up
Thinking about going to school for welding. Whats the job like? Any tips?
can confirm. Welding classes at a trade school are a must if have no one to show the ropes.
I know someone who was a welder for 10 years. never touched a cigarette and has every lung disease in the book. Fuck welding
Fuck. I was thinking about going into welding because it seems like such a portable skill but my lungs are already fucked to that parts of them are dead.
Hey, friend, if you're going to be engaged in welding in the future, then it's vital for you to choose an awesome school that would be able to give you a lot of useful knowledge. To be honest, I'm a welder with 15 years experience, and I passed welding school in Texas, as there are the most qualitative welding schools. By the way, when anyone asks me what welding school to go, I show them this article
, because there are a lot of welding schools in Texas (according to the article there are 15 welding schools).
Other than your backpack, what other bags do you carry your essentials on(keys, wallet, cellphone) while /out/?
how embarrasing for you
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Yes, there are just hordes of people around and commenting on my choice of bags when I am out picking wild berries and other edibles.
A leather messenger bag is an essential accessory of every self-respecting man. It gives confidence, emphasizes solidity and seriousness. It is much more convenient in usage. It is spacious, and its excellent quality will allow not to think about possible problems. I know that choosing a bag should be with special attention because I will have to use it for a long time. I don't want to waste my money, so can you tell if this one is good or not