For everyone who notes a change in "ambiance" being brought on by the potential presence of law enforcement, please, please don't EVER visit a national forest or national park or state park again. I mean, they have forest rangers, and park rangers and DOW officers. I mean, this one time, I was fishing on a stream in a national forest, and there was this other fisherman nearby - and as he leapfrogged me in fishing up the river, he SHOWED ME HIS BADGE AND ASKED TO SEE MY FISHING LICENSE!!! OMG, it totally ruined the ambiance of the mountain stream, the sun was darkened, the birds quit chirping, and even the squirrels seemed sad. It totally ruined my enjoyment of the great outdoors.
Then there was the time that I was backpacking in a WILDERNESS area, and after I had set up camp this fellow backpacker came along and we chatted a bit about our love for the outdoors. But, you know what? He had A UNIFORM ON! Let me tell you, seeing a government representative in the same section of the wilderness as I was in made it seem like the moon struggled up into the sky that night, the columbines seemed down and weren't as pretty, even the fish seemed to not fight the hook as much and were resigned to be dinner - and let me tell you, the view from the summit of Capital Peak that weekend seemed not to stretch to eternity like it usually does, but only looked like a hundred miles or so. That weekend too was ruined by the presence of law enforcement
[Foghorn Leghorn voice]That's called sarcasm son[/voice]