1. Algae. I at least know I can make some early game oxygen solutions if I see it. Plus its a "living thing".

  2. I recommend the book: "Blood Runs Coal" by Mark Bradley. Great retelling of the Yablonski murders.

  3. 1: talk to your neighbors. 2: then get the city involved. 3: the cats don't know any better, people saying kill them or poison them can kindly fuck right off.

  4. Lake to the southeast-ish of Denica. Lots of trees and pretty lake views.

  5. You can set/change the season length in game and it will apply the following season. As far as which NPC to get lumberjack or hunter are safe options. You can do all the farming yourself until you get more established. Stock up on meat and firewood before winter is priority.

  6. Should just run/walk into it and it opens on its own. Could be a bug if not? Also if someone else is inside and trying to go out as you come in the door may not open. Had that happen before.

  7. Rutgers checks a lot of boxes for me. Terrible team, tough conference, decent stadium size (~55k), clean uniforms (nice red and white); good option for a rebuild imo.

  8. I've seen their water first hand; it's as bad as it sounds/seems.

  9. Are you in Pennsylvania? How did you come across it?

  10. Yes PA resident. I've seen someone's water that lives in the EDWA area.

  11. I rolled in a bedliner on my '19. I used Walmart's version whatever it was. $80 I believe. It was relatively easy. Sanding the bed was probably the hardest part. Wear old clothes as you will get messy. Instructions are easy to follow and it has held up pretty well. Any spots that end up showing paint you can always add a little touch up.

  12. This tent is on sale on Amazon right now for $247 with an additional $50 off coupon. My concern was all of the recent reviews being 1 star.

  13. Love it. Have this exact one. It is great. It’s been fine in rain, never had it in high wind. It’s a 9 person, there are two adults and two young kids in our family. We sleep on a Stoic double cloud camp bed in the middle of the back “room” and kids sleep on either side on small inflatable camp mats. Then the front room is our stuff. It keeps us from getting the “bedroom” dirty at all. We use a heavy duty tarp under it which protects the bottom from sticks etc. and we use a canvas drop cloth inside as a “carpet” which adds warmth and protects the inside from being punctured by anything or getting dirty (easier to take out the drop cloth and shake it or wash it after). We also have a plastic outdoor rug/mat that we put outside the big front doors, for standing on to take shoes off, etc. Overall I’m really happy with it - it truly is so easy and quick to set up, and being able to have a separate sleeping room and stand up in it is great.

  14. That's what I love about it. A separate room for all the other "stuff". Will only be 2 of us camping but would be nice to have extra room in case family or friends want to tag along.

  15. Yes but just looking for some more people with real world experience with it

  16. Thanks for the comment! Will definitely get a ground cloth of some sort.

  17. Looks great! Where was this campground specifically? Link to book it?

  18. Wanted to give my fish some more room for swimming so I cleared up space in the middle of the tank. Also added 2 caves for them to hide in. Added some thick vegetation areas for the shy ones to hide around as well.

  19. Glad this post brought back fond memories for many of you. These were given to me for free, and I have no memories of my own as we never camped growing up. But I look forward to making my own memories and handing these down.

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