I'll give the man the benefit of the doubt and assume he was not hogging territory or camped illegally, or on an obvious trail (if they were camping right on a trail, none of my comments are valid): It really doesn't matter where a person is camped, a (legal) camp is a camp and it should be considered sovereign ground. This was true when, and where, I was raised. It is still is true and you will recognize and respect other's privacy if you are a courteous, respectful, thoughtful Sportsman. Not to mention...legally, your camp IS your HOME while you occupy it. It is considered private and even law enforcement must obtain a search warrant, or have strong probable cause, to enter and search a camp in most situations. Just where were some of you raised that think it is OK to waltz through a man's camp? That's just not courteous, respectful, or AMERICAN.