Nice! I’ll check it out.Speaking of finding camping spots, has anyone used HipCamp before? We recently booked a site via HipCamp and stayed last weekend. It was pretty solid. HipCamp is like AirB&B for camping sites. Our site was a large yard/field area next door to a woman's house. As a bonus, she had an RV parked on her area so we had access to a bathroom. Didn't need to drop trowel in the woods, which was nice. We went with a few friends from Richmond, whom don't camp much so we didn't plan anything too extreme. And the site was like 15 minutes from Old House winery/distillery/brewery, which is where we spent most of Saturday. Had a great time, just didn't get off-road at all. But HipCamp may be a good way to find Basecamp sites near trailheads etc, rather than needing to find a site within a national park etc.