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Old 08-26-2020, 09:50 AM   #1
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Hiking tip

Always hike with someone in worse shape than you. There's bears out there you know!
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When you are hiking and see bear scat, you can identify the kind of bear by examining the scat. If it has twigs and berry seeds, it is a black bear, if it is a grizzly bear it will contain bits of hiking shoes and bells.
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if it is a grizzly bear it will contain bits of hiking shoes and bells.
Smells like it has bear repellent in it as well.
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When you are hiking and see bear scat, you can identify the kind of bear by examining the scat. If it has twigs and berry seeds, it is a black bear, if it is a grizzly bear it will contain bits of hiking shoes and bells.
And smell like pepper spray!
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A bear would slip if it chased me.
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As a survivor does anyone have any jokes about Polar Bears?
I was pretty fast but sadly I was also alone! LOL!

Yeah, I can lol cause I'm here!

I guess my post actually falls under the 'crazy but true' part of this thread's title, huh?
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How do you catch a Polar Bear?
You cut a hole in the ice and take a can of peas and place them around the hole. When the Polar Bear comes up to take a pea you kick him in the ice hole.
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