[pct-l] Ursack & mice?
sdscpcts at yahoo.com
Mon Nov 23 00:42:15 CST 2015
How are Ursacks at standing up to mice? I had mice attack my food at two spots along the Suiattle River this past summer, so I would like to find something that is light weight and can stand up to them.
Sent from my Galaxy Tab® A-------- Original message --------From: Ricky Ng <dummey at gmail.com> Date: 11/19/2015 8:58 AM (GMT-08:00) To: isabella at bendnet.com Cc: pct forum <Pct-L at backcountry.net> Subject: Re: [pct-l] FW: Ursack in yosemite
The organization that approves bear canisters for Yosemite (which is the
same as Kings Range, Lost Coast, and some others that I can't remember off
the top of my head) has said that Ursacks to DO NOT meet the requirements
of a 'bear can'.
So you can not legally use a Ursack in place of a bear can at this time.
On Thu, Nov 19, 2015 at 10:38 AM, <isabella at bendnet.com> wrote:
> I just received this answer back from URSACK yesterday to my inquiry about
> this subject. Seems there is a bit of confusion. Anyone know any more?
> From: Ursack [mailto:info at ursack.com]
> Sent: Wednesday, November 18, 2015 6:51 PM
> To: isabella
> Subject: Re: Ursack in yosemite
> Unfortunately, Ursack is not legal in Yosemite at this time. They have
> been evaluating it for more than a year. We cannot guess what they will do
> Thomas A. Cohen
> Ursack, Inc.
> 38 Miller Ave. #488
> Mill Valley, CA 94941
> On Wed, Nov 18, 2015 at 3:19 PM, isabella <isabella at bendnet.com> wrote:
> Is one supposed to tie the Ursack (with the special knotting system) to a
> tree to be legal in yosemite?
> Thx Isabella
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