I work in an Army Reserve Center in a rural area. The guy in charge of security (in an office 300 miles away) has interpreted federal law to say that only cops can have guns on the property, including the non-enclosed parking lot. So I park on the soft shoulder of the road outside, and leave my piece locked inside (small price to pay to be in the Army).
Most of the people I work with are aware I carry (otherwise why would I park there) and the rest are just not that smart (I tell them I park there for exercise; technically not a lie).
This morning I was out having a pipe and a coworker informed me the police were ticketing my truck (that's what they said). I went out to check, I don't want to park there if it's illegal but thus far I've had no indication it was. They were gone when I got there; they left no clues as to their interest.
I figured they might think the vehicle was abandoned since it was in the same spot every day. After lunch I moved it.
End of the day I walk out to the truck and notice a car pull to the shoulder on the opposite side of the road; notice the stealth lights in the back window; instead of getting in the truck I wait patiently for him to make his U-turn.
Me:"I figured you were coming to talk to me"
Sheriff: "Yeah, I drive by here every day cuz I live just down the road, and I was just wondering why you always park out here. Do they not like you or something?"
Me: "No, I have a firearm in the vehicle and federal law prohibits me from taking it into the parking lot"
Sheriff: "Don't they have weapons in there? That doesn't make any sense"
Me: "Well those are Army weapons so they're OK"
Sheriff: "So are you security here?"
Me: "No, I just have a concealed carry license so I take it to and from work"
Exchange of pleasantries, and we both departed.
Not really exciting but my first LEO encounter since I started carrying.