Here in NM, AZ, you can't have open campfires most of the year due to drought and fire danger levels in a lot of camping areas. So wood is a non issue. But when we can have open flame fires when fire danger is low I have been finding more state and private RV campgrounds where the host will ask you to make sure you don't leave any firewood at your campsite. When I ask why I have gotten several answers; fuel for wild fires, bug transfer, next camper might not want wood, host doesn't want to have to clean it up, and just because it is now a rule (maybe as most of the year you can't have fires). So I'm not sure what is going on but it puzzles me. So now it appears they are using the backpacking rule of 'pack it in, pack it out'.
Scott and Liz - Southern NM
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