A Mooseberry Inn B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and gnaw.He aimed the bead sight uon it's headAnd pulled the trigger, releasing fatal lead. It slumped for it's meal, so quiet and still,But something felt wrong about this kill.
Several minutes passed by before he looked aroundAnd there he spied four eyes on the ground. To cubs cautiously fled to their mother's side, Each nuzzled it's face in her lifeless hide. They cried and they wailed for their mother's love,Taken ...
... tomorrow. After a shower to de-grease myself, we all headed back up to the bait station to check on the activity.
Bears had indeed been there and eaten everything so we rebaited it but opted not to stay. The bears had been acting strangely over the few weeks since we put the station up and we assumed it was because of strange scents and the fact that they were just not used to us being around yet. With the incident from last week, though, we were starting to think that ...
... br> After this, the road grew steeper as we climbed up Thompson Pass (altitude approx 900 meters). I must admit that the 10 miles or so of the steeper climb showed me that Nelson was heavier than I'd intended, mostly because of the extra cold weather gear. So there was some walking and pushing on this hill, as there will be on more ahead, I'm sure. After cresting, we enjoyed some downhill and easy going before finding our first real ...
... line. We remembered that the roads on the US side are being really bad, but there has been road improvements since we last came this way. They were spreading fresh tar on the cracks at frequent intervals across the road. It looked like wide stripes of fresh black tarry pavement!We pass a resent forest fire with the Hotshots still present. We changed to Alaska time, another hour back. We arrive at the Sourdough campground early. We have stayed here before and ...
... the brush. Josh shot again, just for good measure, but we were sure it was a good shot the first time. Just on the other side of the tree grove opposite the barrel, the crashing stopped, and we could hear the bear taking it's last breaths. Josh was ecstatic; it was his first bear in over fourteen years! Although only just over five feet nose to tail, it was very heavy with a fine fur and lots of meat. It weighed about three hundred pounds, and was certainly ...