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Old 09-21-2016, 05:14 PM   #41
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Around Casper and central Whyomin, there is scadoodles of BLM land folks.
That's right, this land is your land...this land is my land....and you as US
citizens can just plop down right there on YOUR public land. FWIW I think
the current limit for staying is 14 days then you must move your location of
plop downing. Lots and lots of wide open room.
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Old 09-22-2016, 11:22 AM   #42
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Around Casper and central Whyomin, there is scadoodles of BLM land folks.
That's right, this land is your land...this land is my land....and you as US
citizens can just plop down right there on YOUR public land. FWIW I think
the current limit for staying is 14 days then you must move your location of
plop downing. Lots and lots of wide open room.

We recently returned from a 10-day RV trip in WY and loved it! We were off-grid without electricity or water or sewer and intermittent cell phone during that time. Lots of wide open space from which to view the solar eclipse.

The forest service (and BLM I think) refer to this as dispersed camping. Find a wide, level spot off the road and set up your site. Highly recommend it!

On a related note... If you want to research forest service and BLM areas via a DeLorme Gazeteer Atlas, here's a link for up to 50% discount. I bought a dozen or so Gazeteers recently and the coupon took 50% off before S & H.

http://www.retailmenot.com/view/delorme.com
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