When I am out and about, camping, climbing, or backpacking, I try to be as considerate as possible about making too much noise or leaving a mess behind. I try to practice as much of the "Leave No Trace" motto as I can without getting too ridiculous about it. Naturally, it makes me quite angry when I am out hiking and I come across a heap of trash along the side of the trail. Usually the contents are predictable(not that I rummage through it), the leftover beer cans, food, and condom wrappers from someone's good time a few days ago. How much extra effort would it have taken to get a plastic bag and put your own trash in it? They obviously went through the trouble of lugging a case of beer with them on the trail, why not take it out once it is quite a bit lighter? It is one of those things that really aggravates me. The best was when I stumbled across a group of those bleeding heart liberal pascifist anti-everything hippies in the woods, who had perhaps the biggest mess surrounding them I had seen since the previous weeks round of frat parties. Save the planet, but leave your trash everywhere and never bathe. Am I the only one that gets ticked off when idiots leave their mess strewn about the woods for everyone else to see?