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covered wagon

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Posted: 06/18/22 03:29am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I think many of us have found places with the more versatile TC that are beautiful, even magical places to camp.

Do most of you limit telling only a few friends? I think many places should be left unexposed by leaving it off the net and left for discovery and surprise by those willing to venture off the usual beaten path.

Any thoughts?

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Posted: 06/18/22 07:16am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

When I find a gem I tell everyone!

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I'm glad to share...but most people refuse to take their trucks/campers to my "magical" campgrounds........

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Pretty places, Eagle. Since you got your TC and trailer there, they should! I would and do!


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Posted: 06/18/22 10:19am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

covered wagon wrote:

I think many of us have found places with the more versatile TC that are beautiful, even magical places to camp.

Do most of you limit telling only a few friends? I think many places should be left unexposed by leaving it off the net and left for discovery and surprise by those willing to venture off the usual beaten path.

Any thoughts?


This is a question?
We’re you that kid that told everyone everything?
Another entertaining thread ensuing here…


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All secrets have already been posted. I think for the most part, it’s a secret to you, but you probably aren’t the first person to be there.

That being said, I don’t post everywhere I camp.


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jimh406 wrote:

All secrets have already been posted. I think for the most part, it’s a secret to you, but you probably aren’t the first person to be there.

That being said, I don’t post everywhere I camp.


Does parking at Mom and Dads count as a gem? I think it does and I rarely post it... [emoticon]

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I have places that I don't try to advertise. I enjoy them a lot and others will too if they are more of a surprise, more than what is expected.JMHO. One of them is well known by the locals of a small town but, when you go to search it on the net it's unheard of. I like that.

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Years ago I traveled throughout the American Southwest. There were absolutely countless places of peace and beauty and isolation. Even the National Parks could be visited without overwhelming crowds. Those days have changed. There are almost no secret great camping places, almost no places of peace without crowds and ATVs.

Those days are gone, forever. If you think you have found some hidden oases, good luck. A few years from now you are likely to need a reservation or to win a lottery to visit those places.

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JimK-NY wrote:

Years ago I traveled throughout the American Southwest. There were absolutely countless places of peace and beauty and isolation. Even the National Parks could be visited without overwhelming crowds. Those days have changed. There are almost no secret great camping places, almost no places of peace without crowds and ATVs.

Those days are gone, forever. If you think you have found some hidden oases, good luck. A few years from now you are likely to need a reservation or to win a lottery to visit those places.


I still find Quiet places, hardly anyone around although often scary to go hiking especially when alone with signs of wildlife everywhere.

Your right though, I remember those times that for me were in the late 60's and early 70's. It was a great time for discovery in those days.

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