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Old 10-14-2007, 08:05 AM   #43
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A friend & I boondocked a few days last week. We had a great site next to a trout stream on an old abandoned farm. The owner allows known acquaintances to camp there, as long as they keep it clean. There was even firewood cut and ready to burn.
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Old 10-14-2007, 07:33 PM   #44
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A friend & I boondocked a few days last week. We had a great site next to a trout stream on an old abandoned farm. The owner allows known acquaintances to camp there, as long as they keep it clean. There was even firewood cut and ready to burn.
If the firewood was cut, stacked, and waiting does that qualify or disqualify this as boondocking?
What ya think Byron?
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If the firewood was cut, stacked, and waiting does that qualify or disqualify this as boondocking?
What ya think Byron?
AHHH, We'll allow firewood, even precut.
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AHHH, We'll allow firewood, even precut.
Yes, I agree, pre-cut left-overs are up for grabs. If some flat-lander drove wood all the way west to the coast to our boon-dock, and left it behind, taking all liquor, fish and tarps, the site is clearly deserted and should be cleaned up.

We scoop up garbage into our big orange bag, and hobby-log the split wood. We have hobby-logged our entire supply this summer. Re-use, reduce, Enjoy!~
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