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Old 11-05-2008, 11:27 PM
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I'd have thought after three months and over seven hundred posts you'd have figured you fit that category well.....Via Con Dios Bubba.........
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It's great to get out and see the world for what it is. Inside just isn't fun. As for animal defense, bear spray works better than a gun.
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Well said Kev.
 
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Guys, Guys.
Lets not fight and sling $hit about. We are all on the site for a common interest, lets just get on with it.
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I agree. Besides, we all have enough people in our respective worlds that tell us we are crazy for prepping, camping, hiking, hunting and choosing to be outdoors rather than indoors. We all KNOW we are crazy so lets ride that crazy train and share some knowledge!!
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Sorry I didnt realize how seriuos the use of each particular forum was. I will do my best to be a better thread poster. I just thought it was kind of difficult to go around all of the forums looking for threads I had made or for answers to questions I posted on other threads. Sorry Kev. WILCO.
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One thing I take with me if I am cooking is a small metal grate, camping or hiking. There is a waterfall up on a bench of one of the mountains that line our valley here, bout an hour hike from the highway. We went up there for Easter dinner past and took steaks and pre-cooked baked potatoes stuffed with butter, wrapped in foil.
Tell you what, sitting up there eating fire roasted steak, a hot buttered potato, fresh water....couldn't have spent a better couple hours.
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my buddy and i went on a hike couple weeks back and brought two steaks sqewered them on a stick cooked over a fire with a little salt best steak i've had in ages
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I enjoy all kinds of camping. I usually camp in a pop-up camper with the family and the dogs, but I really enjoy just backpacking into the woods every couple of months. I want to get more into the backpacking just to hone in survival skills and test some of the things I read. Do many of you go out for a few days with limited supplies, just to test skills?
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Hey I aint no nutjob ether, you are, you dingbat. It is his website and he will do what he wants with it.
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you need a good travel trailer!
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Lets be blunt and to the point - why do I move the threads and set the rules for the hiking and camping section? Because this is my site and my rules.

If you dont like it, here is the exit -----> http://www.google.com/

Any more silly questions?

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i thought this was a camping and hiking thread... but now i feel like picking a fight with someone....
who wants some? :P
j/k actually i need some advice about taking my gf camping.... im used to bringing the bare minimum(i eat what i kill, i wipe with mother nature, ect, ect)... aside from poop paper, food and a tent... does anyone have any advice about what to bring with for chick on a 3 night-4 day camping trip??
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I may not agree with the rules of the wilderness section but it is Kevs site. If you don't like it, leave. Some of you talk about freedom and a man being able to do what he wants. Well Kev's exercising the right to do what he wants with his own site.
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Cant we all just get along?
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Hey, I'm a newbie to the site and I like it a lot. I'm even ignorant enough to use my real name. But I'm looking for some useful information. Let's cut our petty differences and get back to discussing hiking and camping.

I've done a lot of research as an armchair survivalist and I'm ready to get down to some dirt time. And the way to that is hiking and camping.

I've got a thousand questions, but it would be nice if someone, with experience, could start this thread back with some good and basic information.

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Pardon me sir I resemble that remark!
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Okay, my bad. Newbie found where to go. I'll obscure back into the darkness now.

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Sorry Mark. I thought I was the only one.
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No offense, kev, but when someone plans to bug out to the woods, hiking and camping is exactly what that entails. And maybe the reason you have to keep moving threads is because you're the only one who doesn't understand that.

I realize you don't think bugging out to the woods is feasible for a family. Maybe it's not. But not all of us have a family. Some of us are lonewolfs, and we think we can pull it off. And whether you think we can or not, that's still our plan and that's what we want to discuss.

You keep moving our threads to the urban section, of all places. We're sure as hell not talking about bugging out to the city. So why would you move these threads to there?
I vote for a Bug Out section,

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