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i will teach myself bushcraft, i already have a mini van with camping gear, fishing gear, a electric fishing boat, and some other survival tools

i will teach myself to fish from creeks, lakes and rivers

i will teach myself to trap and hunt small game animals using nothing but pellet guns and bushcraft man made traps. i just went hiking up a mountain and practised using a compass and practiced making a simple rock trap that i once saw on the tv show survivorman, all you need is a big rock and some sticks and some bait.

i will teach myself how to harvest wild edibles and i may even plant a garden somewhere deep in the bush with future plans

i will camp in the woods for days at a time and get myself used to living in the wild, sometimes i will be very prepared, other times i will purposedly bring little food or little to no water, so i can practice bushcraft skills such as making fire and building a shelter and how to deal with the rain and wind with no tent and sleeping bag

i recently bought a bear gryliss survival knife that has a emergency whistle on it, a strong carbon steel straight blade a serated blade, a knife sharpener built onto the shealth, a pummel on the bottom of the knife, for smashing nails and nuts, it has a rubber grip, 2 holes in the handle so you can tie the knife to a stick to make a spear, it has a flint fire starter on the shealth so you can create sparks and make a fire

i will soon buy a bug out bag online that has everything put together like this one

[link to www.thinkgeek.com]

i will become a one with nature a warrior in the mist like the natives who used to live off the land in the area i can still feel their spirit in the woods

i live in a area with many past bigfoot sightings, and i intend to find him this year, if i get video of him, i will sell that video for 5 million dollars

i also recently purchased a metal detector which not only do i intend to use to find ancient relics but possibly also alien artifacts which i heard from other glpers that can be found that the mouths of mountain caves

this is the summer of bushcraft, this is the summer of survival, this is the summer of adventure.
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simple rock stick deadfall trap for killing small game animals

i intend to master this simple trap this spring

i first saw this trap on les strouds survivorman

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i will also be buying the les stroud survivor knife this spring, i dont think it's quite as good as bear's but it's still pretty damn good
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Bush-craft?haha
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Haha you'll last a day and a rescue team will have to pull you out , take a flare to notify them
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good for you

where are you living? In the woods or the city?
If something can corrupt you, you're corrupted already.

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Bush man gets busted by local park ranger for building a fire in fire restriction area. Also for hunting without a permit.....

Great survival man....medsdumbass
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i will teach myself bushcraft, i already have a mini van with camping gear, fishing gear, a electric fishing boat, and some other survival tools

i will teach myself to fish from creeks, lakes and rivers

i will teach myself to trap and hunt small game animals using nothing but pellet guns and bushcraft man made traps. i just went hiking up a mountain and practised using a compass and practiced making a simple rock trap that i once saw on the tv show survivorman, all you need is a big rock and some sticks and some bait.

i will teach myself how to harvest wild edibles and i may even plant a garden somewhere deep in the bush with future plans

i will camp in the woods for days at a time and get myself used to living in the wild, sometimes i will be very prepared, other times i will purposedly bring little food or little to no water, so i can practice bushcraft skills such as making fire and building a shelter and how to deal with the rain and wind with no tent and sleeping bag

i recently bought a bear gryliss survival knife that has a emergency whistle on it, a strong carbon steel straight blade a serated blade, a knife sharpener built onto the shealth, a pummel on the bottom of the knife, for smashing nails and nuts, it has a rubber grip, 2 holes in the handle so you can tie the knife to a stick to make a spear, it has a flint fire starter on the shealth so you can create sparks and make a fire

i will soon buy a bug out bag online that has everything put together like this one

[link to www.thinkgeek.com]

i will become a one with nature a warrior in the mist like the natives who used to live off the land in the area i can still feel their spirit in the woods

i live in a area with many past bigfoot sightings, and i intend to find him this year, if i get video of him, i will sell that video for 5 million dollars

i also recently purchased a metal detector which not only do i intend to use to find ancient relics but possibly also alien artifacts which i heard from other glpers that can be found that the mouths of mountain caves

this is the summer of bushcraft, this is the summer of survival, this is the summer of adventure.
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Trust me, I live there, you will need a survival guide the size of your backpack.
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You're really egotistical with all your i this and i that aren't you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

If you're in CO i suspect i'll be on one of the teams that comes and rescues your sorry ass!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Haha you'll last a day and a rescue team will have to pull you out , take a flare to notify them
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wanna bet city slicker brit ?

this the summer of hunting fish and enjoying nature, you don't think i want to have my boat out on the thousands of turqoise and green remote lakes out here teaming with thouands of fish every damn day ? do you know how beautiful it is? eagles souring overhead? so many fish under my boat i could scoop then out one by one with my bare hands? elk, wolves and bears sipping water on the shore line ?

this is not work my friend, this is my passion, this is what i live for

this is the summer of bushcraft, adventure, survivalism and finding alien artifacts and bigfoot, searching for ufo in the sky and sleeping under the stars thinking about my pass lives and contemplating life in the universe
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You're really egotistical with all your i this and i that aren't you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

If you're in CO i suspect i'll be on one of the teams that comes and rescues your sorry ass!!!!!!!!!!!!
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i suspect after the shit hits the fan, months and years after the chaos ends in the cities and towns worldwide, i will be one of the ones saving your sorry ass(if your still alive) rescuing you from a fema camp, and then rebuilding society with whatever survivors remain
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"Trust me, I live there, you will need a survival guide the size of your backpack."

im already fairly skilled, ive been living in the woods/mountains for about 8 years now, this is the summer i take my skills and seriousness about prepping and survvialism and adventure to the next level, rome wasnt built in a day, today i learned how to make a rock trap, and tie different types of knots, and got my legs in shape hiking up a mountain.

tomorrow i will learn a few new skills, and so on.
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OP, you doubtlessly won't believe me, not living here long, but there's some strange things in the mountains. Some are visible, some aren't.

You may see three toed reptile tracks larger than a human's foot. Take it for what it's worth, laugh it off, whatever. If you do see them, recall someone alluded to them.

There's things that are invisible that walk thru the treetops, breaking branches. If you view them with the sun at the right angle you'll see--yeah, true--a "Predator" like shimmering as they pass.

There's also "tree-men". These things look like young trees, but walk. yeah, sounds crazy, but they've been reported in Crestone, Paonia, the Black Forest. Doubtlessly they're elsewhere, I'm just relating what I know.

And, yes, there's Bigfoot, which is real and no joke or fantasy. There's also ufos, and with ufos come aliens. The skeptics can hoot all they want, it's how things are.

Watch out for hypothermia. Even summer rains will give you that at altitude. It'll also take you awhile to adjust to the altitude here. Cut yourself some slack for safeties sake and plan on multiple redundancy of backup gear in case your basic survival skills don't do the job. It's not a fault of your's, these mountains are hard on Marines, even. No lie, just fact.

Good luck and stay alive!
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Sounds awesome, what do you have planned for day two?
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OP, you doubtlessly won't believe me, not living here long, but there's some strange things in the mountains. Some are visible, some aren't.

You may see three toed reptile tracks larger than a human's foot. Take it for what it's worth, laugh it off, whatever. If you do see them, recall someone alluded to them.

There's things that are invisible that walk thru the treetops, breaking branches. If you view them with the sun at the right angle you'll see--yeah, true--a "Predator" like shimmering as they pass.

There's also "tree-men". These things look like young trees, but walk. yeah, sounds crazy, but they've been reported in Crestone, Paonia, the Black Forest. Doubtlessly they're elsewhere, I'm just relating what I know.

And, yes, there's Bigfoot, which is real and no joke or fantasy. There's also ufos, and with ufos come aliens. The skeptics can hoot all they want, it's how things are.

Watch out for hypothermia. Even summer rains will give you that at altitude. It'll also take you awhile to adjust to the altitude here. Cut yourself some slack for safeties sake and plan on multiple redundancy of backup gear in case your basic survival skills don't do the job. It's not a fault of your's, these mountains are hard on Marines, even. No lie, just fact.

Good luck and stay alive!
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Most awesome post ever abduct
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OP, you doubtlessly won't believe me, not living here long, but there's some strange things in the mountains. Some are visible, some aren't.

You may see three toed reptile tracks larger than a human's foot. Take it for what it's worth, laugh it off, whatever. If you do see them, recall someone alluded to them.

There's things that are invisible that walk thru the treetops, breaking branches. If you view them with the sun at the right angle you'll see--yeah, true--a "Predator" like shimmering as they pass.

There's also "tree-men". These things look like young trees, but walk. yeah, sounds crazy, but they've been reported in Crestone, Paonia, the Black Forest. Doubtlessly they're elsewhere, I'm just relating what I know.

And, yes, there's Bigfoot, which is real and no joke or fantasy. There's also ufos, and with ufos come aliens. The skeptics can hoot all they want, it's how things are.

Watch out for hypothermia. Even summer rains will give you that at altitude. It'll also take you awhile to adjust to the altitude here. Cut yourself some slack for safeties sake and plan on multiple redundancy of backup gear in case your basic survival skills don't do the job. It's not a fault of your's, these mountains are hard on Marines, even. No lie, just fact.

Good luck and stay alive!
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thank you sir, very interesting about the monsters in the woods, ill keep my eyes and ears open and will always have a video camera near by. i also plan to find some ancient indian rock art, indian tools and artifacts maybe some medicine wheels, hopefully some dinosaur bones, im not far away from a recent discover of dinosaur bones that is being hailed as one of the most important historical burial sites ever for ancient creatures.

thx for the survival tips, i will always be prepared and have back up plans, i will mostly be within hiking distance of either my cabin or van when im doing my bushcraft in the bush, on the occasions where i hike out further into the backcountry i will be carrying adequate provisions
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anyone know how to find cool shit like alien artifacts?

anyone know how to hail ufos and aliens?

anyone know how to find entrances to the hollow earth?

anyone ever search ley lines and earth grid points for megaliths and other weird indian, alien, nwo shit?

do tell.
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so you moved to Denver

wow
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and those trees you are running around in

that is called a Park
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do tell.
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Last time I thought I was in a spot that no man had ever walked on I didn't go another 20ft before I kicked an empty wine jug. When I say remote we had not seen one cut-line in the last two hours we were cutting our own with D7Cats. That would be my current preferred mode of transport in the 'lean years'. Roughing it means having your own means to fix everything. I assume a air compressor could be a set of bellows that uses some air bags of the industrial size and moving them can be manual of mechanical, what matters is you have enough store air to do any task you desire. The modern homestead desperately needs a new design for the 'yard tractor' and it's multiple attachments that makes it your new best friend when it comes time to do chores in the wilderness.

If bigfoot doesn't find you he isn't in the area, that doesn't mean there is nothing that doesn't classify you as 'food'. I could live with tint solar power bulbs stuck to trees along a path as being 'helpful' without wrecking the location
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Do you have a home to go to or are you just living in a van down by the river and smoking dope all day?
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and those trees you are running around in

that is called a Park
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... maybe he means the one that allows your canoe to be full of booze and ammo for an overnighter. Your proof is a roll of TP. Nothing like 300 people at a bonfire on some gravel-bar on the river and no escape until morning when the canoes are unlocked. The winter ones had more people but the some always insisted they 'knew a shortcut' and really they didn't.

Parks are where they keep changing things in the hope it remains unchanged for generations.

Oh yeah, wildfire is bad in any setting so going underground is something that will have to be done at some time. Some do that for the whole main structure if terrain allows for it. I would think a tire wall networked together and backfilled with local materials would qualify as being strong and fireproof.

There are already ATV parks so the next step up would to have little cabins you could rent that would take a day of quadding to get to and sit back and have broadband for the time you are there and explore that area and take your garbage with you on your way out. Little gas station and a quad salvage yard and that's about as wilderness as I want to go at the moment. That still leaves 1,000 or so miles of wilderness.

Parks should have critter cams that you can follow on-line to see how the wildlife is doing. (in a vibrant economy)
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Better look out for ghosts!
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OP, an old trappers trick when you get lonely is to have anal or vaginal intercourse with whatever animal you can trap. Hey, a hole is a hole. Get it quick before rigormortis sets in and it gets cold. You can also do this to a fish if you cut the head off and just do the stomach. That slime is real sweet.

If you come across another bushman, it's customary to have anal sex, but NEVER make eye contact or else it gets weird. If you wear a fur hat with a tail on the back it means your a bottom. If you wear a homemade necklace with bear claws on t, it means your a top.
If you both have neither, it's just straight up oral sex. No spitting, that's rude, real rude.
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Good for you op! Welcome to the tribe.

Trail-guide here, couple things...

Weight is everything! Pack light.


Be careful with your traps! Great to know & practice but, illegal & dangerous.

Be certain, be certain, be certain, to unarm or clear them before leaving the forest! An abandoned trap will remain lethal to the critters. You don't want to trap some life only to have them suffer and die needlessly.

If you get caught setting traps by rangers, you could get in a lot of trouble, illegal hunting, hunting out of season, etc..

You could try the defense of "i'm only practice-building & not using bait".

Watch your own hands & feet around your bush-traps!

Everybody sooner or later triggers on themselves by accident! Live by tbe sword...

If it looks like it would hurt to accidentally trap your own hand etc.. don't doubt that. IT WILL!

Camping: pack light. Weight is everything.

Research: ultralight backpacking, "the big three", 3lbs frame-pack, 3lbs tent, 3lbs 20 degree sleeping bag

Never ever shelf-shop or impulse-buy gear. Research! Weight being the biggest factor. If the weight of the product's not on the package, it's prob too heavy.

The website rei.com publishes the weight of everything they sell. Doesn't mean you have to buy from them but at least you can research the weights & trail reviews.

Water!

Backpacking is leapfrogging from water source to watersource.

The msr miniworks is the perfect filter because it threads perfectly onto these:

The widemouth Nalgene
The Polarbottle
Every bottle in the Camelback line

The PERFECT canteen: any widemouth bottle that threads to the miniworks filter

The PERFECT 3 season tent:

Any tent that has:

2 pole & free standing

I use the Kelty Salida 2
Light enough for one, large enough for two



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Research- Mountain Lions and Bears. Are you bringing a weapon?
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Right on OP! Don't pay any attention to the retards giving you shit here, they don't have the balls to do what you're doing. They'll be dead soon enough anyway. Fuck em.
Doom on chuckleheads!

What's up Joe! Hope everything is going good since you moved back to the swamp.
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This thread is epic.
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Haha you'll last a day and a rescue team will have to pull you out , take a flare to notify them
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Haha
Exact!
They'll find a tennis shoe beside a pile of bear shit!
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OP, you doubtlessly won't believe me, not living here long, but there's some strange things in the mountains. Some are visible, some aren't.

You may see three toed reptile tracks larger than a human's foot. Take it for what it's worth, laugh it off, whatever. If you do see them, recall someone alluded to them.

There's things that are invisible that walk thru the treetops, breaking branches. If you view them with the sun at the right angle you'll see--yeah, true--a "Predator" like shimmering as they pass.

There's also "tree-men". These things look like young trees, but walk. yeah, sounds crazy, but they've been reported in Crestone, Paonia, the Black Forest. Doubtlessly they're elsewhere, I'm just relating what I know.

And, yes, there's Bigfoot, which is real and no joke or fantasy. There's also ufos, and with ufos come aliens. The skeptics can hoot all they want, it's how things are.

Watch out for hypothermia. Even summer rains will give you that at altitude. It'll also take you awhile to adjust to the altitude here. Cut yourself some slack for safeties sake and plan on multiple redundancy of backup gear in case your basic survival skills don't do the job. It's not a fault of your's, these mountains are hard on Marines, even. No lie, just fact.

Good luck and stay alive!
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This ^^
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anyone know how to find cool shit like alien artifacts?

anyone know how to hail ufos and aliens?

anyone know how to find entrances to the hollow earth?

anyone ever search ley lines and earth grid points for megaliths and other weird indian, alien, nwo shit?

do tell.
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Where in the Rockies are you?

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