Outdoor Living Hosted by Robert Burris


Outdoor Living Hosted by Robert Burris

This group is for the outdoor enthusiast. Whatever gets you outside is the topic. Discuss gear, trips, cool things you have seen or done. New ideas, or ask questions. If you are knowledgeable about something share it by posting a discussion about it.

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Bushcraft/Bugging Out/Camping/Backpacking

Started by Jeremy B. Buchanan. Last reply by Jeremy B. Buchanan Mar 28. 43 Replies

I have recently had an interest in learning about the equipment needed for surviving in a Bug Out situation. In learning the proper tools and equipment to have, I have also started backpacking and…Continue

Outdoor Gardening

Started by Sue OldsWidow. Last reply by Jan Carter Mar 6. 147 Replies

Lots of things to do in the spring, one is knowing when to plant and when to wait.May 10th is my last frost date, passed down from my grandmother. She said you plant something that comes up before…Continue

Off Grid living and Tiny Houses

Started by Jeremy B. Buchanan. Last reply by Jeremy B. Buchanan Aug 31, 2016. 6 Replies

There have been a lot discussions about people wanting to live off grid and in tiny houses recently. I just wanted to know what any of your thoughts are on this idea. I think it would be awesome to…Continue

Visitor at our house

Started by Charles Sample. Last reply by Charles Sample Jul 7, 2016. 3 Replies

Had a visitor at our house tonight. It is a green treefrog, scientific name hyla cinerea. When first spotted he was on the storm door. He jumped from the storm door onto me and then onto the porch…Continue

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Comment by Ron Cooper on September 12, 2016 at 4:28

That must be a juvenile, D ale, because he doesn't have any rattles yet. How long did you have him in that plastic bag? Better yet, how did you manage to get him into the bag to begin with?

I have to tell you that this snake is fortunate you found him and not me. I would have probably dispatched Mister No Shoulders to the Promised Land post haste if I had found him. I do not like snakes! Especially pit vipers! 

Comment by D ale on September 11, 2016 at 20:22

Look what I found in my yard .. "Western Massasauga (pronounced mass-a-saw’-ga) Rattlesnake is one of the smallest rattlesnakes found in Missouri wetlands and marshes.

I take it as a sign I've a healthy backyard .. if this little dude can find enough to eat & survive. 'tis probably about a 10~12" (25.5~30.5 cm) in length. It appears .. they're becoming a rarity around here.


This one was released in the open compost enclosure


the canine kids stayed inside.

(increases his rate of survival .. greatly)

Comment by Jan Carter on July 8, 2016 at 11:00

LOL thats what I was thinking also John but wouldnt you look "prepared" for that little ole plant 

Comment by John Bamford on July 8, 2016 at 9:14

It looks a bit like overkill Jan  , sure it would get the job done though .

Comment by Jan Carter on July 8, 2016 at 9:10

a new one for me I have not seen this before 

Asparagus Knife

Top Quality Multi-Purpose Tool!

Comment by Ron Cooper on May 31, 2016 at 3:54

How sweet it is, my broster! Loving all the pics!

Comment by Jan Carter on May 30, 2016 at 21:13

Loving it!  I cannot wait until you can shoot some vids!

Comment by Tobias Gibson on May 30, 2016 at 21:04
Pretty awesome, Jeremy!
Comment by Jeremy B. Buchanan on May 30, 2016 at 20:53

Not sore at all Jan. I would love to do some more. I hope to do some more in the near future. I have a video action cam on order, should be here tomorrow. I want to get out and shoot some video, while hiking now.

Comment by Jeremy B. Buchanan on May 30, 2016 at 20:34

Here are pics from the second hike, around an old quarry. and the light house.


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