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Old 08-05-2016, 02:57 AM   #15
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I'm really curious. What in the heck is a propane coffee pot?!?
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Old 08-08-2016, 12:15 PM   #17
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If Ranger Rick thinks coffee is a food product, you will get a very expensive ticket!
I live in bear country and know first hand how important it is to keep ALL potential bear attractants locked up not just food. It's not just the law. It's just plain smart.
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If Ranger Rick thinks coffee is a food product, you will get a very expensive ticket!

I live in bear country and know first hand how important it is to keep ALL potential bear attractants locked up not just food. It's not just the law. It's just plain smart.


+1 Amen to this!
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Old 08-15-2016, 11:45 PM   #19
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This guy looked at a couple anti-bear (Ursus or homo-sapiens) products at the Outdoor Retailers show this year. They are a bit spendy. I haven't seen any actual reviews


Bear Defense Products at the Outdoor Retailer Show
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I left an empty, open and clean cooler outside to dry while away doing laundry. The Yellowstone ranger had a hissy!
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I left an empty, open and clean cooler outside to dry while away doing laundry. The Yellowstone ranger had a hissy!
...and he should have. Cooler to bears = food Just the sight of a cooler will draw them in - even if it's in the back seat of a car they'll break into your car.

We volunteered in Rocky Mtn. Nat'l park and there are signs on top of the picnic tables - no coolers left outside. One guy left in the morning and didn't return until 10pm. His cooler was outside. The ranger confiscated it. When the guy returned he came to our RV banging on the door demanding that we get his cooler and return it. We just smiled, gave him the ranger's phone # and suggested he call the ranger at 10pm with his demands. The guy left the next morning.
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It may seem unfair to have to follow the rules but while we pay a fine the animal may lose it's life over our stupidity.
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Bear Country and Coffee Pot

My cooler incident was exactly 36 years ago and my camping skills were less than perfect. We interpreted the food container rule to mean it actually contained food. The rules today are crystal clear.
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