So a friend of a friend of a friend asked me about a situation-- and he said the situation is completely hypothetical and in no way, shape, or form based on any kind of reality: this friend of a friend of a friend wondered if a person wanted to line his back fence with large rocks, and he found a wonderful pile of large rocks at the park near his house, and most of them were below the tide line of the river . . . and suppose this person also had an old internal frame pack, and he (or she! it could be a she!) didn't mind destroying this pack while hauling the hypothetical rocks back home and suppose, every time this person took the dog for a walk, he went by the large pile and put a few large stones in the pack, until he had mined quite an enormous amount of rocks and put them along the fence, suppose this was the situation, then:
1) what is the legality of taking rocks from the park? . . . especially rocks that mainly reside below the tide line of the river?
2) how much damage could hauling large rocks in a backpack do to this hypothetical person's back and shoulders?
3) how much could the hypothetical rocks improve this hypothetical person's property value?
4) is this hypothetical person crazy?