I've noticed the number of people who will gladly load up your tent and belongings if you dare leave you camp to go hunting has risen considerably. It bothers me more that no one seems to care in the least. I got back into hunting a couple of years ago and find the fact that you cannot walk out of sight of your truck more than a bit unnerving. This fall I came back out of the woods twice to find some low-life peering in the windows to see what their was to steal. My step-son shot a deer and looked around to see three scumbags running for it. He was close and got to his deer first, I took an overwatch position to put a stop to whatever they had planned. They were not friendly and it was public land, but they left. It was apparent they wanted the deer and did not want the work of actual hunting. I have a buddy with about 40 acres on Mt. Spokane and we set up a couple of game cameras in August to see what was about. We discovered his meth smoking neighbors think they own everything for miles around. They poach, you can't find a critter for a mile that is not running for its life 24/7. They wander everywhere and your deer stand will disappear in a heartbeat. They stole my damned game camera and are prone to steal anything else they fancy. Anybody else not feeling the love these days? or am I just lucky?