As I've replied here several times, I never hesitate to OC on my own property. I don't have hundreds of acres, just a 0.7 acre lot in quiet neighborhood in a small suburb (2,600) outside a smallish city (70,000).
I bought a pickup load of compost today from the local sewage treatment plant (a heaping cubic yard for $10!), and put most of it on our garden. Then I pulled the truck into the front yard to scatter the rest on a couple of bare spots.
Before we started shoveling, I had removed my cover shirt, as I always do as soon as I get home. So while we were outside working, I was OCing, as is perfectly legal in Texas so long as I'm on my own property.
When we were in the front yard scattering the remainder (I was standing up in the bed with my strong side to the street), our local police chief drove by (he lives on the cul-de-sac behind me), and I saw his head swivel. I gave him a big wave and smile, which he returned, and that was the end of our "contact".
Darn shame I couldn't count on the same reaction if I was riding my bike to the local diner at the end of our block. :X