My early years were in Japan & Germany, both countries/cultures immaculately clean.
Exhorted as we are to embrace diversity, I'm puzzled as to how to respond to behaviors like this? We HAVE laws against dumping, but as an attorney remarked the other day, "Nowadays, everyone is guilty of at least six criminal offenses merely by being where they are."
This is State Trust Land, supposedly accessible by permit only. Several years ago I was confronted by two volunteers out checking campers' permits. I had mine. In decades of camping they were the only ones I've met. And I doubt they had any authority.
One can't be too sure about these things, but I believe this is the third clutch since May, 2017.
I started on it yesterday when I determined there was no more adjustment on the clutch cable. Thinking to create more pull, I crafted a bushing from a cane tip. It didn't work.
I went into 4wd-lo got up onto the stump which gave easy access....but not good for sleeping. By yanking on the shift lever we achieved nuetral and rolled to level.
Today it's all up to the jack and maybe digging out a pit. I have an idea I've yet to try...plenty of food and water. I am, for the moment, taking my time.
Canned mixed vegetables -- carrots, potatoes, peas, corn, green beans, celery, lima beans -- dolmas (canned) with sardine paté on cracker. Mixed vegetables seasoned with salt & pepper and they & sardines got a dollop of mayonnaise.
All chased with a small sip or two of wine.
I did some light machining on the clutch adjustment nut to help it turn more easily. That isn't the problem, but it's something that needed doing.
2:04pm -- SUCCESS!! The bushing ended up working; it just needed to seat better. It then enabled further adjustment.
It's gonna need additional work, but I'm gonna keep my fingers crossed we can make it to the hardware store.