Outdoor general bread such as:
>Outdoor recreational activities (Hiking, trail running, bushwhacking, camping, spelunking, geocaching, orienteering, expeditions, urban exploration, backpacking, etc.)
>Gardening, farming and related activities
>Hunting and fishing, bird-watching, bone-collecting, etc.
>Outdoor survival, bushcraft, foraging, self-sustenance in nature, hoboism, etc.
>Water-related activities (boats, diving, etc.)
>Outdoor philosophy (conservation, Leave No Trace, protectionism, etc.)
>Outdoor building and living (cabins, huts, treehouses, etc.)
>Outdoor social activities and organizations (Scouts, festivals, masslarp, etc.)
>Gear related to any of the above topics
Feel free to share stories, tips and tricks, good spots, advices and questions.
Don't forget to post pictures of your "adventures" ;)
i was given a roo skull a while ago, im going to find a bit of bush and set it to rest when i get the time
if yall are interested i can send pigs when i do its
I was walking with a good fren yesterday and we ended up walking about 11 kilometers just through our neighborhood.
Pic related is that compared to my activity for the past month. My legs hurt like mad now lole
went for a hike in tennessee woods, hiked deep into the forrest. wore warm cloath, and no-slip hiking boots due to the ice coating the forrest floor. found a church, fucked with the church organ pipes and looked around to see if there was any hidden loot, there was none. built tent, watched some videos i downloaded on phone, then in the morning put tent away and hiked back. kinda desolate, honestly. no animals or insects.
Is there a story you have about where the skull came from and how it came onto your possession?
whew that's a long walk
Will you make a burial, like a cairn? >>10698
I hope you won't be disgusted about walking>>10700
Lucky! When I find an abandoned building, it's already good if the walls are still standing or if they have not been vandalized.
the one's over here are HUGE but they never really bother landing so i can get a good pic of them.
>>10712>Will you make a burial, like a cairn?
maybe, tho i dont think ill bury it, just leave it somewhere nice, maybe with some food and flowers
next chance i get ill nightwalk and do it
Nice, what trees are you growing? i'm totally going to start gardening again. It really was fun and nice to not waste my money at the store for food i was growing for free. The last time i had to deal with a swarm of moths/caterpillars and then disease that nuked everything i was growing at the time. (tomatos, jalapinos, bell peppers, some plant that ironically worked as a pesticide once you mash it for oil, and an orange tree) and i think i'm going to start indoors, do my research on how to deal with that nonsense, and then move everything outside.
Apple, apricot, mirabelle plum, nectarine, flat peach, vine, currant, arbutus, blueberry, asimina triloba and kiwi. I would have liked very much to have citrus fruits too, but the hardiness zone of my country prevents me from doing so. I have stopped sowing annual plants, it requires a lot more work than trees and the slightest bad weather can destroy everything, trees are more expensive but it last a lifetime.
I think starting indoor is the right solution, but if you are in the Northern Hemisphere you should start now even if it's a little bit too late for this year. you can also invest in a greenhouse but it's not cheap. I used big water bottles instead.
Next time i'll take pictures, but today i helped a family fren who got injured. She couldnt manage the animals or take care of her garden because of how badly she got injured. she owns several chickens, a hare, and two baby ducks. had to collect eggs, and capture an escaped chicken along with other outdoor chores. Never really did any of this before and in my opinion, it was quite fun! Never touched a chicken before and hen was quite large. Guess i lost my city slicker virginity. See you later virgins.
I havent asked but apparantly the hen that escaped was a runt because none of the other chickens liked her, and apparantly she had her leg broken at one point which is one reason why she escapes. Although for a runt, she's quite huge. Dropped her by accident because i held her the wrong way and she must have been uncomfortable and flew out of my hands.
Is this from the dock or the area where you board the kayak? I've never kayaked, but I solo canoed. I hate that because I had to sit in the middle which, has to be the most unpleasant area of the canoe. Another aspect of solo canoeing which, is awful is the fact that you have to sit in the middle at all times or you tip over. Kayaks look very low from the looks of it. Kayaking seems to be kinda like a sedan whereas a canoe is like a truck.
I tried to climb a >10,900 ft mountain a few days ago, but I don't have much high altitude experience so I nearly passed out just before I could get to the peak. I had to slowly backtrack to a nice spot just below 9,000 to get my breath back. Set up my hammock and enjoyed a snack while I listened to a creek rattle past, high with snowmelt. I love the quiet you can hear once you get a mountain or two between you and the closest highway. I'm going to spend some time on other mountains before I try this one again, but I'll definitely be back.>>10712
That's a nice hammock spot. Lakes are really good.
Wew that looks extremely relaxing with great scenery. Are you posting from the hammock lole?
>>10764>are you posting from the hammock
I wish! I'm planning on building or buying a hammock stand so I can hang out at home, though. Then I will post exclusively from my hammock.
I remember listening to music in a hammock while camping. It is one of my most fond memories of camping because of how quiet and comfy it was. The hammock I was in wasn't even the nicest hammock because it doesn't have the most space. I am also laughing now about how I fell out of the hammock earlier that day. This talk about hammocks makes me want to buy my hammock for future usage. One issue, though, is I don't remember the brand other kids used back in the day I just remember it being expensive for a thirteen-year-old me (80-100 USD) and, they swore by the brand.
planted some seeds, those being
anaheim chili, cabbage, jalapeno, tomatillo, summer squash, cilantro, sweet pepper, spinach, cucumber, beefsteak tomatos, green onion, and lettuce. I bought a spearmint plant, and a snakeplant. both of those are going to stay indoors but the other plants will be eventually planted outdoors once they reach maturity.
Beefsteak tomatoes are so fucking good. I hope you have a good harvest, anon!
The seeds have sprouted into seedlings!