From time to time, I enjoy working HF mobile while parked in an RF-quiet location. This is a particularly easy way to work Field Day away from home, while still operating off-grid. I'm wondering for those of you who also like to get away from the city to find RF-quiet locations, how do you find the locations you use? There are a very small number of state parks, and other rural recreation areas near me. Of these, many have facilities for the use of the guests, which tends to encourage these areas to be overrun with rural power lines, RVs with generators, etc., which doesn't help my goal of finding an RF-quiet location. Truly portable operation isn't that interesting to me right now. I just like to park somewhere with a view of nature, and work FD stations from the pickup truck. This is a great way to do a portable operation, because while the vehicle is parked, I can swap the street-legal whip antenna with a much longer vertical antenna that has better performance for 40m and 80m. It also allows me to use much more power than I can do with a man-portable station. Those of you who like to do hilltopping probably know what I'm talking about. How do you guys find hilltops where you can set up your gear for a while, but where you aren't an obstruction or distraction to others nearby, and where the others nearby aren't RFI-ing your hilltopping gear? Those of you who work "portable" from your vehicle, do you have any ideas on how to find new and interesting places where I could take the vehicle-mounted HF station for a few hours at a time?