So I thought I'd share an interesting story. I'm in college now, and last year I had a bunch of diapers left over, but I couldn't bring them home (because there were quite a few of them and I didn't have a hiding place. I could have used paid storage, but there were risks in being found out that way, plus I would have to pay. So instead, I decided to seal the diapers in several trash bags, put it in a box, then with thicker trash bags around it, and hide it deep into the woods where no one goes. And today, after 3 months, I managed to retrieve everything without a trace of it being there.
But if I did it again, I might use something better around the box because animals might eat the trash bags and die. I could have a secret steel safe buried in the ground, or something.
Well maybe it wasn't the most environmentally conscious thing to do, but I got a kick out of it (and I have my diapers now).