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Posted by AlaskaCub on Apr 25 2006
You guys are just reiterating what I was thinking. Better to have it sit in camp for 10 days and not need it than to see big bears in places that we would otherwise not be able to get to without the raft. Michael I do have one of those fence kits for our main camp, after the story about the guys last year that had a sow and cubs destroy their camp while they were off chasing a bear up high I wasn't going to chance it. Those guys spent a week sleeping under a tarp, not going there. Anyway 2 weeks and a wake up cant come soon enough, I am sure there will be good stories to tell when I get back.

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