I'm sure most of the comments here are meant to funny- Unfortunately, some are TOO radical to comprehend- IMHO most rules have some necessary reasoning behind them and we all need to be reasonable in our view of this- Anyway, it seems to me that we may be unreasonable because we don't know "the rest of the story"- DD
Fulltiming since July 1, 1999 currently with a 2005 GMC Sierra 3500 cc drw towing a 2007 Jayco Eagle 341RLQS
Sadly, to many "campers" have no common sense when it comes to fires. I've had to talk to folks that have had fires taller then themselves. And to make matters worse, under overhanging tree branches. I've also woken people up with fires blazing, asking them if they were coming back out. Most campgrounds have a rule all fires MUST be attended, can't even go inside for a minute...this is with good cause. Only takes a minute for a wind gust to come and spread the fire.
That being said, too often rules by bureaucrats who have been out of the city, just lack common sense also. Most of us who love the outdoors have respect for the land and our fellow campers and want to do what is right, and do.
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