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Ehrenburg Rangers to enforce 14 day camping limit
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(12-19-2017, 10:23 PM)highdesertranger Wrote: same ranger district.  I hope nobody is surprised about this everybody and their brother has been going on the internet for years declaring you could stay there as long as you want.  guess what you couldn't it's always been a 14 day limit.  you just can't keep thumbing your nose at the BLM,  then advertising it and expect them to do nothing.  highdesertranger

But if you had said the same thing a day before this news, you would have been accused of being a pessimist or fearmonger.

The Boondocking Blabbermouth Syndrome, that you are alluding to, is quite amazing. Apparently, people don't think that the BLM rangers have internet connections back at their office.
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With the a film in the works that calls the nomadic life a movement, along with magazine articles putting their spin on it, along with published books putting their spin on it, along with how many youtube videos putting their spin on it, also adding record sales in the RV industry the past couple years, and Slab City sitting just over there, I can see how some one at HQ would say, "Get out there and get a handle on this. There is a 14 day limit after all."
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What's the big deal about moving 25 miles every two weeks anyway? There is a ton of land to do this.


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The LTVA areas require self contained units with minimum 10 gallon dump tanks
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What's the big deal about moving 25 miles every two weeks anyway? There is a ton of land to do this.

^^^ True. Enjoy it, for now.
While it lasts. That too will end soon enough.

No one is talking or maybe realizing the perfect storm of events going on. Increased usage from retiring boomers, recreational users from naturists to motorized, Gen Y and millennials more outdoor active and seeking non-traditional lifestyles with the RV/ van lifestyle increasingly promoted online on Instagram and YouTube. Plain old population growth, cheap gas, plentiful and affordable supply of RV s, more mobile population, Urban escapees from ever increasing population densities,
And increased enforcement attributed to the increased use and stricter enforcement approach.

It makes sense with the increased use of these areas come wear and tear issues along with protecting the environment, garbage and sanitary waste aspects, etc...

With more population and use, comes more regulation.
The realities of an increasing population on a finite space, human nature and the call of nature.
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How about going to Parker and getting a 14 day pass now, then have proof that you were somewhere else to the rangers?
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not all but some of the LTVA's allow you to camp without holding tanks. but you must camp close to the restrooms. there is a certain number of feet you must be from the restroom. somewhere on the forum I posted the LTVA rules I will see if I can find it. highdesertranger
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here are the rules for the winter LTVA's

https://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/FR-2007-09...-18896.pdf

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That's what happens when high visibility folks say "there is no ranger enforcement in Ehrenburg" on youtube.
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