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I'll second that.&nbsp; <BR>
&nbsp;<BR>
And don't kid yourself about the "south to Yellowstone" thing.&nbsp; The "Yellowstone to Yukon Initiative"&nbsp;<BR>
was taken seriously by a LOT of govenrment agencies.&nbsp; It pretty much established the griz corridor <BR>
&nbsp;<BR>
We had to compete with them for a table at Serranos in East Glacier on one of our hikes.&nbsp; <IMG style="BORDER-BOTTOM-STYLE: none; BORDER-RIGHT-STYLE: none; BORDER-TOP-STYLE: none; VERTICAL-ALIGN: text-bottom; BORDER-LEFT-STYLE: none" title=Smile alt=Smile src="http://gfx1.hotmail.com/mail/w4/pr04/ltr/emo/smile.gif" width=19 height=19>&nbsp;<BR>
&nbsp;<BR>
Jim<BR>
<BR>http://www.spiriteaglehome.com/<BR><BR><BR>&nbsp;<BR>
&gt; From: samh@samh.net<BR>&gt; Date: Thu, 13 Jan 2011 10:15:27 -0700<BR>&gt; To: cdt-l@backcountry.net<BR>&gt; Subject: Re: [Cdt-l] Sleeping with Food in Grizzly Country<BR>&gt; <BR>&gt; &gt; Suge said:<BR>&gt; &gt;<BR>&gt; &gt; I would highly recommend you to not sleep with your food...<BR>&gt; &gt; if there are grizz around.<BR>&gt; <BR>&gt; I cannot agree with this statement more. There are very few places<BR>&gt; along the CDT anywhere in Montana where sleeping with your food would<BR>&gt; be an acceptable practice. The entire corridor from Glacier south to<BR>&gt; Yellowstone is considered to be griz country and following proper<BR>&gt; hanging or canister techniques is highly recommended for both the<BR>&gt; safety of the hiker as well as the bear.<BR>&gt; <BR>&gt; - samh<BR>&gt; _______________________________________________<BR>&gt; Cdt-l mailing list<BR>&gt; Cdt-l@backcountry.net<BR>&gt; http://mailman.backcountry.net/mailman/listinfo/cdt-l<BR>                                               </body>
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