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took this picture in san clemente and i’m pretty proud of it. semi new to reddit, first ever post.

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Question: Is it safe to use expired mosquito spray?

I’m sorry if this doesn’t fit here. I can’t think of any other subreddit that would have an answer for this.So I used expired mosquito spray, the Coleman brand. I didn’t even realize my mistake until after I had put it on. If it was just a couple years old, I wouldn’t be concerned, but this particular spray from is from our camping gear from over a decade ago. It smelled fine when I first put it on, but now it kind of has a cold spaghettios smell to it. It’s also sitting on top of my skin. It’s mostly dry, but it feels like I put sticky oil all over my skin. Am I going to get like some kind of messed up all-over rash from this? For what it’s worth, I am aware that I am a dumbass lol. submitted by /u/GoFast_EatAss
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Logans pass

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This sunset I found

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Hidden lake near Longlac, Ontario

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Early morning brook fishing

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The beautiful Mount Rainier in Washington

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Cadillac mountain, Acadia, Maine the first place in the United States to see the sun rise and the sun set.

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Lower Blue Lake, Ridgway, Colorado. Telluride is on the other side of the snowy ridge to the left. This was taken on a hike in late September 2017.

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Arizona 360 sunset 😍

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Beautiful pic that I took of my sister in San Ignacio, Baja California Sur, gotta day, that place is paradise, never seen something like this before.

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Thought I’d share this beautiful sunset

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Reason #1 I bought a Onewheel.

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A near perfect mirror at Glacier Lake (CAN)

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Loon Mountain, New Hampshire

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This Is the Beginning of the End of the Beef Industry

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There’s a famous Gandhi aphorism about how movements progress: “First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win.” That was actually written by the Workshop on Nonviolence Instituteas a summary of Gandhi’s philosophy, but regardless, it’s remarkable how often it accurately describes the evolution of causes, fromlegal cannabis to gay marriage. I’ve been thinking about that quote since I wrote my first piece about plant-based meat (or alt meat, as I like to call it) for Outside in 2014. Back then, we were firmly in the “laugh at you” stage. Beyond Meat, the first of the Silicon Valley startups to use advanced technology to produce extremely meat-like burgers, had been ignored for its first few years, but in 2014, it released its Beast Burger, which was treated by the press and public as a slightly off-putting curiosity. What was this stuff? Would anyone actually eat it? Ewwww.That product wasn’t very good—I compared it to Salisbury steak—and when Ethan Br…

Bow lake, Alberta

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Great view from Canmore, Alberta

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Norwegian sunset

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Some things make you stop paddling and just sit for a minute

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Today I met these Danish gays. Walking from Aalborg, Denmark, to Kaapstad, South Africa. Now in the Netherlands.

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NORWRGIAN SUNSET

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Want to See Wildlife? Think Like a Hunter

Behind the Scenes of 'Is Sunscreen the New Margarine?'

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Earlier this year, Outside contributing editor Rowan Jacobsen wrote a feature that questioned whether our efforts to avoid skin cancer have caused us to develop an unhealthy relationship with the sun and sunscreen. Looking at controversial new research that challenges established guidelines for sun exposure, Jacobsen suggested that more direct sunlight on our unprotected skin might actually be good for our health. The story struck a nerve, becoming the most popular article in the history of Outside’s website and provoking some pretty loud criticisms. Outside podcast contributor Stephanie Joyce talks to Rowan about his reporting, his response to critics, and whether skipping the SPF 50 is really a good choice.

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Karaburun / Turkey #sunrise #fishing

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Grinnell lake Glacier National park

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Mapanagar Gilgit-Baltistan

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[Request] [Forest of Dean] Best places to spot deer/boar? I’m down in Gloucestershire for some training courses, I have a day off and I’m going on an adventure!

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Finally made it to Yellowstone for the first time! Such a beautiful place.

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Slovenia, Lake Bled πŸ‘ŒπŸ™‚

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Went camping in Costilla at the New Mexico/Colorado border this weekend

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A low quality pic of the stunning Mount Kinabalu shrouded in the clouds...

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Balancing Rock on Mt. Baldy near Oliver, BC. Glacial deposit from long ago!

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An absolutely beautiful weekend on the Elk River Trail here on Vancouver Island. Say hello to Landslide Lake

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Canoe tour of Watergang, Netherlands earlier this month.

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Bow lake, Banff National Park

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Great big Tarpon! Wait for it!

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I’m not sure if this counts as being officially outdoors but sometimes it’s nice to think about everything above the clouds...this was mid flight to Philadelphia

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Two weeks trek in Nepal!!

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The view from my cabin after a big rain, Caspian Lake VT

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Hiking the Ben Lomond Track in New Zealand

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Hiked the Maroon Bells about a month ago

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Husanni bridge Gilgit baltistan Pakistan

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Most beautiful camping spot

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My mom matches the landscape! (Drakensberg, South Africa)

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Daintree Rainforest, Far North Queensland

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Cesme/izmir

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Our Test Ride of Cake's Kalk E-Motorbike

8 Questions with Jimmy Chin About His Van

Cannondale Recalls More Than 11,000 CAADX Bikes

Blair Braverman's Favorite Active, Bra-Friendly Dresses

Babusar pass

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We bought a new(bigger) bike this past weekend. We take our first bike trip together next month❤

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Blissful morning fog of Central Oklahoma

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I like to think that there are still places out there that remain untouched by humans. Flew over the Northern Rockies today. Thought maybe there was an untouched spot here.

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Did some camping at Kite Lake which is outside of Alma, Colorado. Beautiful scenery, coming back next week to hike some of these peaks. The crew loved it out here!

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