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Ninjas of the Wilderness: Stealth Solutions for Accessing your Outdoor Grow

Be like a ninja when you’re hauling to your outdoor grow location. Be like a ninja when you’re hauling to your outdoor grow location.

 

Getting your gear into your location is a challenge. By definition, payloads are very hard to move around without being seen. And you don’t want undesirables to see you going in or out of your outback grow. Nothing ages you faster than wondering if some stranger may have observed you bringing your payload into your amazing location and might be lying in wait to take your supplies or spoils at the end of the season.

Stealth growing begins with how you choose your locations — whether or not it is out of the visible corridor of foot or road traffic. It is always best to choose spots that you can access by pulling off the beaten path on a somewhat overgrown road that clearly does not get traveled anymore.
If you have no choice but to park your vehicle in plain view while working, be sure to go a half-kilometer or so out of the area, then access your spot through the bush.

If you are indeed exposed and vulnerable to passersby, the wee hours of the morning are the best time to load in, before people wake. Even then the “drop method” is always best.

A drop is when you pull to the closest point between the road and your patch, jump out, stash your stuff beyond the tree line, then go hide your vehicle so that you can return and melt into the bush to do your grunt work out of view.

While parked and unloading at that vulnerable time, create subterfuge by getting your tire jack and spare out to explain why you are arbitrarily parked on the side of the road at odd hours in the middle of nowhere. Do not give the casual passerby the indulgence of wondering what you are doing; answer that question visually before he can entertain it.

If someone does come, abort your mission and leave the area for the day. Never risk that same vehicle seeing you in that same place on their return. If you have no choice but to park your vehicle in plain view while working, be sure to go a half-kilometer or so out of the area, then access your spot through the bush. Never park for hours on end with straight access to your garden.

If you have an open box in your truck, always cover your payload. Having things visible like a mountain bike or fishing gear is a good distraction – anything to throw off prying eyes and to maintain your privacy and protect your crop.

Good luck with your growing and happy trails!

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