Small Town Stealth Camping

Well, technically a hamlet, it used to be a village, but perfect for stealth bivouacking. I packed my hammock to a terrific camp spot behind a ball diamond. Little cities are a truly excellent opportunity for stealth tenting, there are not the crowds of the large city, but there is the possibility locals will be more vigilant regarding people they don’t recognize. Great camping trip overall though!

10 Comments:

  1. He ran for that you know what pretty quick…lol…. Jk

  2. Do a stealth camping shit faced one Steve!

  3. Another homeless guy?

  4. #44 in trending 🤟🤟

  5. It’s pronounced year-row (gyro)

  6. Thse mosquitoes are freaking me out!

  7. Evie! 25 y.o - check my vidéó

    I was looking at a map of Alberta and a few km west of that metro area is Lake Wabamun. I thought, “I wonder if Steve ever visited that place?” In this video, Steve hits a homerun outta the ballpark with this great video!

  8. Evie! 25 y.o - check my vidéó

    I definitely agree about trains in the distance. I used to live along the river directly in front of a power plant that was a mile across the river. There was a train track about 75 yards behind my house. If the trains didn’t put you to sleep the hum from the power plant would.

  9. Evie! 25 y.o - check my vidéó

    Just… so much love for the joy this brings me every week. I don’t get to camp this weekend, but next weekend we will be, so this tides me over.

  10. Evie! 25 y.o - check my vidéó

    You actually inspired me to start sleeping in a hammock at my own house Steve! I think it’s the highest quality of sleep, assuming it isn’t cold. And it isn’t cold in southern Appalachia <3

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