I live in Northern Minnesota where it is winter all but one day of the year. Right now it is 37 degrees minus the windchill factor. I am desperate to feel some sun and warmth, so this is what I would like to do: I would like to take my camper, which is totally self-contained, and drive about 700 miles to a remote area in the Badlands (I'm a rock hunter) that has a full-service campground. I have spoken several times to the owner and he said it is not at all busy, but it is very early in the season yet. He said right now he has one camper. I would not need to be parked next to anyone. I plan to pack everything I need, including food (I can easily live for a few days on peanut butter sandwiches and water, nuts, crackers so this would eliminate the need for me to go into any gas station or grocery stores. My truck when pulling the camper gets about 550 miles to the tank, so that would put me at only having to stop once along the way. When I fill my car now, I use gloves, mask hand sanitizer and a credit card, cleaning it before and after. I would not be going into town, tourist attractions or anything remotely like that; I only want to rock pick and when I am not rock-picking, sit outside my camper and look at the Badlands. I also haven't gone anywhere in two weeks, so I doubt I'm carrying the virus. I also live in the woods in the middle of nowhere. So I think that if I continue to take the necessary precautions I should not be putting myself or anyone else at risk; no more so than if I stayed home and went to the grocery store. My kids (adult males) are freaking out though even though they live 200 miles from me, I know they don't glove up and put on a mask in public. On a scale of 0- 10, how bad of an idea is this???? Thanks.