Originally Posted by thomo
Thank you Feenix an interesting idea I will have a look at the history.
Sorry the area's I go Oregon and Montana.
The closest breeder I know from you is in San Diego >>> California Karelians: Bear Dogs in action
... in Montana, the Wind River Institute (Wind River Bear Institute: Karelian Bear Dogs, Bear Shepherding
) is at the top.
My scout troop and I backpacked (84 miles in 10 days) the bear country of the Bob Marshall Wilderness a few years ago. We worked very closely with Ranger District and they provided us with a checklist but I can't seem to find it. Anyways, a couple of things stands out for me ...
- Pay special attention to where you pick up your tent. Look for signs; tracks, scats, kills, etc ...
- Absolutely no food inside your tent, including candy, tooth paste, etc ... Don't cook/prep food, or eat near your tent. Clean up before bed; change clothes (no food scent). Hang your food. If they want your food so bad, let them have it.
- Insure you have proper bear defense in place and readily deployable when the need arises.
I voted for my "FREEDOM", "GUNS", and "MONEY" - keep the change - UNK.
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