Interesting. I was camped there in September 1994 and some fools were cleaned out by a bear--their 7 day trip reduced to 3 days when the bear got their food. They were about 150 yards from the downstream (N) bear boxes and apparently got too lazy their second night to move their food there.SSSdave wrote:August 1993. That mother bear became rather famous. I couldn't believe the chunks of wood her mouth could quickly dispatch. A six inch diameter limb probably would take her less than an hour.
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