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Old 06-08-2012, 08:24 PM   #21
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Nice park. We camped there many years ago and let me tell you that you don't go to sleep till the bullfrogs say you go to sleep. The kids were a lot younger and they thought it was great when we would holler (quietly of course) shut up and the frogs did. But only for a minute or so and then start right back in croaking. Hope you had a good trip. Old Guys
Love bullfrogs sounds
It was very peacefull, could hear the river running.
This was our second time there, first time in a mega (Costco) tent built for 8 (just us 2 and two dogs) and this time in TT. No more tent for us!
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Old 06-08-2012, 08:30 PM   #22
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Last summer in Alaska, our bush pilot had a guide leaving for a bear tour and he was equiped with a 50 cal. revolver holstered to his chest. I asked him why he didn't wear it on his waist, and he said it was so heavy he would probably tip over.... ha!

Actually, there was a study of bear attacks that tried to determine whether it was better to have pepper spray or a gun. Their conclusion was the pepper spray worked a little better b/c it covered a wider area and most folks can't hit anything with a gun in all the excitement...

Boy Scout motto: Be Prepared.
We cannot. Arry guns in Canada ( must be locked up without ammo! Crazy laws) but I do have pepper spray.
How about bangers? Was thinking about getting a couple...just in case,
We prefer state and provincial parks but they do come at a risk of more wildlife ( prefer this wildlife to the human wildlife that can be found in some " well established/ semi permanent camp grounds)
Also, very thankful for the 50 gallon FW! Never realized how fast thT can be used up.
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