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High Hopes ~ High Divide, August 2014

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“The shortest way to get anywhere, is to have good company.” ~  H. Jackson Brown Jr.

When you love something, I mean really love the thing, it is never enough to keep it to yourself.  1,395 more words

Backpacking Washington

Dan and Hannah Hike to General Sherman in Sequoia National Park in California

Go early!

That’s the advice we hear all the time when planning to hike the populaire national parks of the central Sierras in California.  Positioning ourselves at that gateway town, Three Rivers, a mere six miles from the southern entrance to Sequoia National Park, we plan to be off by 8A this mid-September Sunday. 1,060 more words

Sequoia National Park

Unusual bear sighting in Kelowna neighborhood

Bear sightings are pretty normal at this time of year as the animals scour for food to fatten up ahead of winter hibernation but a recent sighting in Kelowna was anything but normal. 416 more words

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Black bear sightings across B.C. are on the rise

Seeing a black bear is becoming less of a rarity across B.C., with more than 1000 reported sightings every week for the past 5 weeks. 214 more words

Environment

Concord Bear Sightings Continue; Police Ask Residents To Take In Bird Feeders

CONCORD (CBS) — Police are asking residents to be on alert and take in their bird feeders after a series of black bear sightings around town. 236 more words

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Non-hibernating bears becoming more frequent in Victoria

There is a bear problem in parts of B.C. at a time of year when there shouldn’t be. Bears that should be hibernating have been spotted in the Greater Victoria area, attracted to the non-natural food available at the end of driveways. 281 more words

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