Recent content by Hobo Huck

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    Fishing without a rod

    That's actually what I like about your bait idea, the fact that slim jimbs have that "plasticky" type of layer that will hold everything together. Otherwise, if you have bait that won't stay on your line, you can ball it up inside of some thin cloth (t-shirt, pantyhose, etc), then knot it...
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    Fishing without a rod

    Screwdriver for rod? Slim Jims for bait? This guy is a confirmed HOBO fisherman. Pretty cool techniques.
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    News & Blogs Life on the Road as a Millennial - The Vagabus Disaster?

    The website is a work in progress. We switched domains and hosts this month from one host to another, and it was a difficult process for me to figure out since I'm not a web designer or very knowedgable about the whole domain transfer. Our main web designer left the bus because his visa ran out...
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    News & Blogs Life on the Road as a Millennial - The Vagabus Disaster?

    On another note, I have addressed some of your major concerns on a different post: https://www.reddit.com/r/vagabond/comments/4cn9ep/lets_address_a_few_of_the_recent_concerns/
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    News & Blogs Life on the Road as a Millennial - The Vagabus Disaster?

    You have got to be either blind or joking. Are you serious? Dude, google our name. Go to our instagram, go to our subreddit, go to our facebook. I'm not trying to sound condescending, but I'm seriously starting to question your ability to use the internet and google our name. We have tons of...
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    News & Blogs Life on the Road as a Millennial - The Vagabus Disaster?

    Edit: Accidentally posted twice.
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    News & Blogs Life on the Road as a Millennial - The Vagabus Disaster?

    Ok Matt arguing you is obviously pointless. First its our fault for not publicizing our volunteer work, and I show you over a dozen media links from newspapers and radio stations that talk specifically about all of our volunteer projects. I googled our name The Vagabus (basic beginners...
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    News & Blogs Life on the Road as a Millennial - The Vagabus Disaster?

    What the hell? Most of those pictures are on our subreddit, our facebook, our instagram, and our subreddit. Our website and instagram address is freeaking PAINTED on the side of our bus. If you havent seen pictures of us working, and cant bother to research us by googling our name or our...
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    News & Blogs Life on the Road as a Millennial - The Vagabus Disaster?

    It's up to ME to prove to YOU that we are volunteering? That's hilarious Matt, and utterly wrong. If you are going to make a huge blog post that makes wild assumptions about our group in the form of criticism, it is YOUR JOB to research us before you start saying things that are false and...
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    News & Blogs Life on the Road as a Millennial - The Vagabus Disaster?

    Ok this is a bit absurd, if not slanderous. Hope this post doesn't get deleted, but if someone is going to slander our name on a public forum, we have the right to respond. Let's start with the fact that you are basing a majority of your assumptions and accusations from an article written by...
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    Fucking BUGS.

    If you're going to be living outdoors, you HAVE to get out of the southeastern states (Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Georgia, Louisiana) during the Spring and Summer if you want to escape bugs and critters. There's simply no way around it, especially the ticks and snakes. That's why most of us...
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    Reddit's /u/huckstah just published the Vagabond Bible(2015)

    Where do you recommend? I used Mega previously but it requires people to download the app when downloading it on mobile devices
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    Hey STP! Anyone Down to Join Our Bus Trip from Alaska to Argentina? Looking for Volunteers Now!

    I've been collaborating with members of r/Vagabond, and we've come up with the idea to hitchhike from Alaska to Argentina. However, what started out as a plan for a 2-3 person trip, quickly evolved into TONS of people wanting to join us! So hey, why limit ourselves, right? Let's all join...
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    (Re-Post from Reddit) TIL that a guy in Japan laid legal claim to 2.5 million acres of land...

    I saw this TIL on Reddit too actually..amazing article behind it.
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    Reddit's /u/huckstah just published the Vagabond Bible(2015)

    @Matt Derrick I need to actually update the link that is on this post. I compressed the file from 725mb to 325mb for easier downloading. I also optmized the PDF's and made all of them text-searchable, including the maps. Is there anywhere I can post a link to it or upload the file to STP?