To add to the "distasteful" deterrents, try covering guy lines with sleeves made from materials you're dog won't like; like a large plastic straw or a string of flags. With any of these solutions, I would also add a reward to distract her. Maybe a ball filled with goodies she has to lick or shake out. If you're leaving her alone at the campsite, aim for success in short intervals & build up the time away as the success continues. End of Dad lecture.
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Good day, Yugi. Welcome to Atlanta. The area has a lot to offer. My favorites are: Georgia State Parks: https://gastateparks.org/Map Black Rock Mountain (includes a monument marking the Continental Divide), Vogel & Cloudland Canyon (includes waterfalls and a permit-only cave). Northwest of Cloudland Canyon, across the Tennessee border is Nickajack Lake. This reservoir includes a cave where thousands of bats emerge each night in the Spring & Summer months. Especially fun in a kayak. Cloudland Canyon park is a good basecamp for venturing to see these bats. Appalachian Trail: https://appalachiantrail.org/. Georgia is the start of this trail and offers some strenuous sections for hiking & camping. Great Smoky Mountain National Park (North Carolina / Tennessee: https://www.nps.gov/grsm/index.htm It’s massive and offers every kind of easy to strenuous hiking / camping you desire.
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