Oh, wow... I had a reply in mind to Adrian's post already, and your pictures mirror the terrain of the place. There's a State Forest/Park (there's some overlap, plus I'm not quite clear of the boundaries as it is.) The more woodsy-looking pictures are exactly the kind of place I had in mind. I'm still kind of wondering (just in my instance) what one would do for water, if you don't like the idea of filling your blaster in the creek. I'm thinking less formal, like we would do rounds, and when a lot of people are running out, we end a round and go refill. In that sort of case, I would think of just bringing a lot of water to the battleground by car(s). Now that I think of it, there's one spot in the park that has a pipe fixed to a natural spring, flowing out of a rock face. It just flows out, usually just right onto the ground unless people are visiting it, drinking from it, etc. Maybe that would solve my "gallons and gallons of tap water from home" problem. The streams there are mountain clear and all, but I'm thinking more of the stuff you can't see, like germs, animal "deposits," and the like... thus, I don't relish the thought of introducing such things into soakers which I've managed to keep almost religiously free of.
Edit: Don't know how useful my post is, but if you wanna use it, by all means, go right ahead.
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