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Thanks ,some off use did not know about the PURPLE PAINT! Thanks for info
I have biked several times in the US and never really done any wild camping, all because of the fear of meeting an angry redneck/farmer with a shotgun in the middle of the night with a couple of aggressive dogs. Everywhere you see the "No trespassing - Violators will be prosecuted" notes on tree trunks etc. Thus, I have been very cautious and reluctant in that matter. Maybe it is just an overreaction? Maybe I have seen too many movies? .
If you're not from the US, I'll add that purple paint is equivalent to "no trespassing" signs in some states. If they've painted fence posts, trees, rocks ...etc with purple paint, it will hold up in court the same as if they put 'no trespassing' signs up.
Not trying to be a stick in the mud, but thought you might want to know.
Is started in Missouri
I did a quick google search. It looks like they have it in Illinois, Texas, and Florida. I can also tell you that it's customary in Kansas.