Hey all, I have a question for you all. I plan on doing a hunting outing this fall in which I plan to camp for multiple days untill I'm able to score a deer from a large state forest not far from where I live.. I would plan to set up a stationary camp which would be my base of operations to rest and hunt in dawn and dusk. Being a solo kinda guy, I would be leaving my camp (and expensive gear) for hours at a time. So my problem is that I'm paranoid that someone will mess with my setup, destroying or stealing my equipment. I've had people destroy natural shelters that I have created before. To combat this I plan on making my site in a pretty thick area of young early successional forest that is about as remote as I can get in my area and is very thick and hard to see through. I'm still worried about other people as during hunting season the forest can get some people wandering around. I've thought about printing a sheet of paper saying "this tent is not abandoned I'm nearby and will return soon" Just to inform people that it's not an abandoned setup. What do you guys do to keep people from finding your site when leaving for a couple of hours?