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Old 01-25-2015, 11:33 AM   #15
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The suggestion of getting maps, whether paper or pdf is a "requirement" these days. You have to know where you CANT go. No more just just camping where ever looks good to you. Lots of forests have closed down a majority of the forest in recent years.
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The suggestion of getting maps, whether paper or pdf is a "requirement" these days. You have to know where you CANT go. No more just just camping where ever looks good to you. Lots of forests have closed down a majority of the forest in recent years.
Very true, and for various reasons. Off road vehicles going into non designated areas, illegal hunting, vandalism, the list goes on.

Plus, when I reviewed the map I wanted to make sure that I was away from designated hunting areas (Noise and stray bullets) and off the beaten path.

Maps really are key to this, being that it's totally free and in really good, peaceful areas for the most part this program needs to be preserved, best way to do that is follow the rules and not give them reason to stop it.

Course, I've got to get my camper back from the dealer.
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