Interesting that the warden came by, hopefully when he saw you left the place tidy he'll not bother you again. Do you know who owns the land? I daresay you're not supposed to camp there but you'd like to think they'd show a bit of discretion. Isn't like you were a teen guzzling alcopops and causing a nuisance.I said the only that would be left in view would be our fire surround as per the photo's and as usual left no other traces (except the alcopops and the bag of dirty mags)Just a chill out mate even had the grand kids up for a couple of hours crying match when they had to get of the hammock though, the wee man screamed the place down ( it was nice and quiet when he left ).
Did get approached by a warden on horse back who wasn't too pleasant in his manner and seemed to think we weren't allowed to camp there, but after a chat he just seemed more interested in us not leaving a mess or litter
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