Whether trying to protect from theft or detection from game while hunting or looters or rioters in a situation of civil unrest, the following information can help for disguising and remaining undetectable.
Keep vaulables and stockpiles secure from privy eyes is essential in today's culture. The first rule of Operations Security (OPSEC) is "don't talk about your stash"! The same goes for the second rule and the third rule! Loose lips can sink ships and the whole nine yards, you know the drill! The fewer people who know about your endeavors, the better. As a general rule of thumb, never store your stuff in visible places. And don’t brag to friends, co-workers and neighbors about your stash, or about the cool things you own. I must make a special emphasis on this stupid habit: don't put pictures of your gear on Facebook, Instagram or wherever. In the best case scenario, you might be laughed at and mocked for being a crazy person; worst case scenario, you may end up reported to Homeland Security for terrorist activities, or robbed.
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While front yards are often designed to provide a public, inviting atmosphere, you may have the desire to create a sense of seclusion and privacy in your front yard. Whether this goal includes camouflaging your home, completely diminishing your home and yard's visibility or putting limitations on people's ability to enter your yard, you have a wide variety of natural and artificial options. Determine your particular purpose and consider mixing your methods of design for a neighborhood-friendly approach to a private front yard.
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While some hunters spend hundreds or even thousands of dollars on hunting clothes, others prefer to be more practical. Although high end apparel may provide more versatility, less expensive camo will do its job as well. It's all a matter of looking at the right place, knowing what to look for, and trying out what works for you. In addition to clothing and other camouflage techniques, consider the basics of avoiding detection like Hiding behind things, Matching your background and Using the crossover times of day (just after sunrise, and again just after sunset).
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