Haha. My first thought upon seeing a blackbear wouldn't be "Hey, Spot,
go play with the nice bear while I get it a snack..."
But it might be some people's. I read once that there is a big problem
in some parks with bears becoming nuisances because people feed them.
On May 9, 8:13 pm, Bob Mc <mcclellan.rob...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I took a drive up the mountain today to check a road to a trailhead.
> I had heard that there was a bad spot in the road that might be
> impassable with a horse trailer, so I went up for a look see, and to
> check out conditions at the trailhead itself. The road hadn’t been
> graded yet, and there was quite a bit of rock that had slid off the
> banks, but it was far from impassable. A piece of cake really. I
> took the dogs along and turned them out to run around at the
> trailhead. A couple of dead snags had snapped off in the corral, but
> little damage was done to the fence. Someone with a chain saw will
> soon cut that up for firewood. There was still some snow laying in
> patches, so it would be a waste of time to haul a horse up there for
> awhile. If there is snow at the trailhead, there will be much more
> just a short distance up the trail. I got a chuckle out of a sign
> that had been posted on the Forest Service sign post. Here’s a link
> to a picture I took.
> http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v610/BobMc/FSsign.jpg >
> I guess there really are people who need such things spelled out for
> them. The sign is behind glass which picked up my refection as I took
> the photo.
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