Well, spent a hot and miserable week at Crawford State Park, high Colorado sage desert with no shade. But that's not what ground my gears. Twice during the week we had idiots flying DRONES over the campground. One, piloted by a kid came within 3 feet of the trailer. I was fishing at the time and my wife was in the trailer reading. This drone had a go pro camera hung off of it, she gave it a one finger salute. I would have attempted to down it. The second instance I kept hearing a high pitched whine. My wife informs me that it is another drone. Sure enough, about 300 feet up, there it is flashing red and green lights. This one, piloted well, hovers over a nearby site and descends vertically to its pilot. Well, as more than one camper had complained to the campground hosts and Crawford is a heavily patrolled park, the Ranger was watching and followed the drone to its owner, arriving at touchdown. The drone was not seen again and the Ranger told me it was considered an "off road vehicle" and thus not allowed. I swear, I do not know what goes on in some people's minds to think that flying over someone's site is not intrusive or rude. It sure could be a conflict starter in a more remote or less well patrolled campground. I go camping to avoid, for a time, modern stressors. Our surveillance society is one of them and I don't like being watched. This is a toy best left at home. End of rant.