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We are the virus

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Anthropocene extinction Just getting started
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Lol the east coast? Come on now, it doesn't even have any real mount-ACK!
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Extremely depressed. Feels like the only options I have are checking myself into the psyche ward, going innawoods, or having a mental breakdown and doing dumb shit.

I’ve never lived innawoods before and I’m packing gear now. What would you recommend? Bonus points for things laying around the house I can bring with me, I don’t have a lot of cash. Bonus points also for things I most definitely WILL NEED for winter camping in the mid south to south East, don’t wanna die.
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Strange findings while out

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I found this Buddhist site while marching through the woods in Virginia
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/out/ activities

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Hello anons, what do you do when alone /out/ camping, usually I'm so tired from walking I just go to sleep when it's night.
What about ya'll? is there anything you like to do when camping alone in the woods at night?

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Durr hunting

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Moving to the blue ridge mountains. I want to take up deer hunting (rifle). I have a bit of experience hunting deer in the Midwest, but not a lot. Any considerations I need to take into account for hunting in the mountains? What kind of rifle would you suggest for this environment? What’s the hunting pressure like on public land in these parts?
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Will I die in Owyhee?

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/his/ here. I’m obsessed with the Wild West and plan on heading to the last camp of Claude Dallas tomorrow, starting at 0400. It’s where he smoked 2 Forest Service officers.

But what the fuck is this? No gas stations for 130 miles, the only reliable gas on the way out is 85 miles to Owyhee, an Indian Reservation (not bad, I’ve been there.)

Is this under the assumption that the roads are dirt and cars will go much slower? It’s an empty desert that hugs a canyon so it’s not like there’s a thousand switchbacks.

laughing japanese girl

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Hi, does anyone still have the picture with the laughing japanese girl wearing a bobble cap and hitting herself with a pot? And does someone know the cap?

/out/umn fall appreciation thread

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I have a back injury and I'm not going to be able to go out for the whole fucking season. Can't walk for long periods and can't carry a backpack. I'm going to miss the best hiking and camping time of the year here in Sweden and I'm so fucking pissed.
Show me your fall outings so I don't die of boredom.

Racism in Scotland

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Founder of black Scottish hiking team slams 'racist' white ramblers who 'tell him to turn his Bluetooth speakers off and assume his group will leave litter'
>A Scottish accountant insists he and his hiking friends never break the rules but are branded litterbugs and reported to rangers by other walkers because they are black.
>He claims that some white people 'assumed this is their space' and get 'really p***ed off' when they spot black walkers.
>The keen hiker says that every group hike is plagued by incidents where white ramblers make 'condescending' comments, asking them not to leave litter behind and to turn their music off.
>'So some of these people will go and complain to the rangers. The next thing, rangers come up to us and say 'we've received complaints that your group is making noise and littering the floor'.
>his group enjoy playing music while on their treks, which he admits isn't the case for most hikers.
> 'For most folks, hiking is about going up quietly and coming down quietly.
>'For us, we're playing music all the way, to the point where you don't feel like you're going up the mountain.
>'Folks have confidently stopped and told us to turn our music off. I think 'why should I turn off my music?'
>'Just because white Scottish people enjoy nature one way, that doesn't mean black people have to enjoy it exactly the same way.
>Mr Adeyemi said: 'I think it's down to the colour of our skin. It's not that we're a big group, it's that we're black.
>'People see us and think 'they're going to be dropping litter'.
>'I don't know why that is. There might be this mentality that a bunch of black people coming together means they are going to cause trouble.
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