rrivera - photos taken with a Nikon D200 with either Nikon 18-200 or Sigma 10-20 lens.
taegello - the bear boxes we used were at the campsites just across Bubbs Creek and the campsite at the edge of East Lake on the far south side of the Lake - both very obvious, can't miss 'em. That said, I would highly recommend bringing bear cannisters with you in case those sites are occupied or you find yourself camping in a different spot. Maybe my personal anal retentiveness regarding food protection, but having once had a trip cut short after losing a large chunk of food to a bear, I definitely take the overly cautious approach.
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