I officially hate park rangers. My friends and I decided to go camping for a night. We built a fire, but there wasn't enough seating around it, so we decided to back the Denali up close to the fire. This not only helped our seating issues, but also let us turn out music down a little (so as not to disturb the other campers). The only problem: The truck won't fit between these 2 large rocks. So we think, hey, we can just move one of the rocks over about a foot and back the thing straight up. We get it moved after about 10 minutes (that thing was HEAVY), back the Denali up, and continue to hang out... and all goes well for the rest of the night. Good times... We wake up to,"GET OUT OF YOUR TENT, PARK RANGER!!!". At this point in time we're all barely awake, eyes half open, wondering what the heck is going on. He asks us if we moved that rock, and of course, we say yes. And he writes us a ticket... FOR MOVING A ROCK! Apparently it's considered "Criminal mischief". You'd think he would write us up for like... illegally swimming off of the dock, or illegally gathering firewood (i don't know how he missed it. there was a 4 foot tree log in our firepit), or something else equally idiotic that we did the night before. But no. We move a rock and get a ticket for it.