Unfortunately this looks like it will be a year-long thing. If I'm proven right I will be pretty disappointed.
I know some good renegade sites
A week ago we came upon a young man and woman stealth camping in a place I have never seen campers. They picked a clearing just off a road and had a little tent with their backpacks hanging on a tree. The pine flies were killing us and the man did not even have a shirt on. I think they were a little surprised to see us but as usual when they see Jessica they seem to relax a little. We had parked our car right near them not knowing they were there. We walked about 100 feet and noticed them. At first we did not see the woman and Jessica said she did not feel safe and wanted to leave. But I pushed on and on our return we saw her. We visit the place all the time and have not run into anyone in years there.
No I don't remember that.Where were we? Send me a PM if you don't want to publicize it.Al, remember that site where a few people were camping way the hell out there? You and I came upon them. They didn't act too surprised, but it sure was surprising to me to see where they were.
Now thats one I have never tried! Water Bed! Pine Barrens style!During that heat wave? I can't. I recall my first overnight excursion down the Mullica back in like 1977. We went past Mullica Camp and did a stealth camp at a sandy-beach bend in the river. It was oppressively hot all night, and the mosquitoes were eating us alive. At about 3 am I gave in and tried sleeping with my body in the river and my head on my backpack just out of the water. One of those nights you'll never forget.
I voted for Murphy last time and I likely will again. I think overall he's done an admirable job with this and it seems like NJ is in a rare position of being a good example to the rest of the country in handling the virus.