Some fun clips from glazed frost in the Netherlands. Enjoy:
That people aren't prepared for glazed frost gives so much fun xD
They're so smug about their shitty 40 pound bikes I'm ashamed to say I laughed when the guy crashed. I felt bad for the dogs and the sheep but what the fuck were the sheep doing downtown in the first place?
Hey anon, anon - what's the difference between a pug and piece of shit?
The piece of shit only falls on the ice once.
You need an internal physiological gyroscope/gimbal and highly adept pussyfoot skills. If you aren't a naturally snowfaring people it takes a long time to develop the skill. I find that my brain-penis connection is very strong and my swaying dick acts as a kinetoscope and gimbal so I can adjust my momentum and shift my weight to keep from sliding out of control or falling on my ass. Even with a precise gimbal mechanism like that you need mad pussyfoot skills as well, or it all goes to waste and you'll hit the ground like a retarted pug.
I hate that shit. Everything is like covered in clear ultra thin ice. You can't get traction on ANYTHING.
It isn't like that at all. Take a frozen lake for instance. You think, "shit I can walk on ice that's easy" and you'd be correct. Walking on lake ice, puddle ice, etc is easy. Why? Because it is perfectly flat.
Then you try to walk on slanted ice, like a frozen street. No matter what you do, you slide downhill. You have to get traction with something like metal cleats, but they are shit for ultra thin ice like that and you end up skating on metal hard surfaces with them. So, it is better to have skates.
Yes, that's the best thing, it still fucking sux though, unless you carry a bag of sand, cinder, and salt around with you to toss everywhere you place your feet. Thankfully, that type of ice is rather uncommon.
Dallas, Texas when it rains is dangerous as fuck. People literally can not drive. They do everything the exact same way they drive when it is dry. They stop at the last second and slide all over the place.
>It isn't like that at all.
speak for yourself m8, I can shift my weight and pilot myself around all o'er the icy place
>first freeze of the season after 2 weeks of non-stop rain
>have to begin stopping maneuver 200 yards out or you'd skid into an intersection
>see no less than 3 cars spin out and go into the ditch
>that schadenfreude feel when
no offense anon but ain't nobody got money for all this shit. sheesh you browse /out/ for a day and you're broke
>wool or polyester silvers
>stanley steel cooker with nesting cups
>hammock with bugnet and tarp
>estwing or gransfors hatchet
>the full coghlan's collection
>2-3 muh guns
>2-3 muh bear spray
> compaired to fractured elbow
I will do without OJ in the morning, life is about choices, mang!
Hell, I gave up drinking during the week last oct. That got me covered for the Microspikes right there!
If you are gonna 4 season hiking, it costs more.
STOP IT! YOU'RE TEARING ME APART!
Bakers yeast die/go dormant at around 10-14% usually, you need special yeast if you wan't to go higher. Still it's not a bad deal, cheaper than basically any bottom of the shelf rotgut or bumwine.
Get a beer kit tho. So that you're not just drinking yeast water. 5 gallon kits are as low as $25-30, and are fun to make and difficult to screw up.
Or just pour a bunch yeast into apple juice with no preservatives.
I'm not twelve, no. I know it's cheap. I never really thought to get one, but anon was nice and got one for me. Gear's expensive and a getting murrah never got too high on my priority list. I'm pretty happy to have it anon. I have a SAK I use for general purpose shit, and a serrated kershaw for killing and heavy duty cutting, and now I'll be able to use my mora for my "clean knife" used for food prep and eating. I'm pretty happy and it was a nice gesture.
the secret to walking on ice is you gotta keep your upper thighs kinda stiff and take small steps. keep your back straightish and center of gravity low.
being from northern wisconsin also helps.
>tfw little Mount Wachusett is harsher and more hardcore than Aspen