Bears and life on the coast

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Re: Bears and life on the coast

Postby jason » 06 Nov 2009 07:59

Bear tonight Lou :lol: ?
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Re: Bears and life on the coast

Postby Byron510 » 06 Nov 2009 08:01

You can make a good roast out of 'em - long as they're not too old...
I guess I shouldn't say this, I'll have an animal rights group down my throat, but if this yogi is that fond of city life, the game is up!
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Re: Bears and life on the coast

Postby 510Freak » 06 Nov 2009 08:02

datzenmike wrote:Ha ha


:lol:

Want some!! :wink:
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Re: Bears and life on the coast

Postby 510Freak » 06 Nov 2009 08:03

jason wrote:Bear tonight Lou :lol: ?


Garbage bear ewww!
:lol:
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Re: Bears and life on the coast

Postby 510Freak » 06 Nov 2009 08:06

Byron510 wrote:You can make a good roast out of 'em - long as they're not too old...
I guess I shouldn't say this, I'll have an animal rights group down my throat, but if this yogi is that fond of city life, the game is up!
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I would make a roast out of it,But the "city" bears are garbage eaters..
The city has put out numerous flyers telling people about the bear problems(ie keep trash in etc,some never learn!)
It seems they are everywhere,Last week one was in the Chevron parking lot..
When will people learn :shock: :?
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Re: Bears and life on the coast

Postby hang_510 » 06 Nov 2009 09:27

learn :?:


see what happens when they cant get into your garbage...
510Freak wrote:The bugger broke the fence took a crap on the neighbors sidewalk!! :shock:
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Re: Bears and life on the coast

Postby 510Freak » 06 Nov 2009 09:31

hang_510 wrote:learn :?:


see what happens when they cant get into your garbage...
510Freak wrote:The bugger broke the fence took a crap on the neighbors sidewalk!! :shock:


:lol:

He was in the neighbors trash(not the first time)
Hopefully they will learn now,(or not!!)
When the first sighting we had we "learned" mighty quick,Double bagged,In closed container,locked in the shed
I wonder if the bear was startled by someone :?:
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Re: Bears and life on the coast

Postby jason » 06 Nov 2009 10:07

Imagine a nice, soft bear pelt by the fire .... A little extra garlic for the meat and you're set Lou :twisted: !
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Re: Bears and life on the coast

Postby merlin » 06 Nov 2009 11:52

jason wrote:Imagine a nice, soft bear pelt by the fire .... A little extra garlic for the meat and you're set Lou :twisted: !


As someone who loves bears, both to watch and to eat, I can tell you that no extra garlic is required, but they do make a rather excellent breakfast sausage with a bit of rosemary, thyme, onion and maple syrup mixed in... oh and bear sausage gives you ggggggggaaaaaassssss! no pre-long drive bear sausage lunches... learned that lesson twice.

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Re: Bears and life on the coast

Postby jason » 06 Nov 2009 13:02

So Merlin, you sending some sausage down for the next 510 club meeting :twisted: ?
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Re: Bears and life on the coast

Postby 510Freak » 06 Nov 2009 13:43

Merlin,
Jason wants to curl up in a bear pelt with some sausage(sorry Jason had too it was there) :lol:
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Re: Bears and life on the coast

Postby jason » 06 Nov 2009 15:13

Depends on who's on the pelt to start with eh :wink: !
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Re: Bears and life on the coast

Postby datzenmike » 16 Nov 2009 18:13

Lou, your feet dry?

Rained Sat night until mid morning to-day, Comox lake dam opened to dump as much water as possible, not enough. Courtenay river jumped the levee and flooded Lewis Park and surrounding area. About 60 people evacuated to higher ground. Bridges closed. Rode through about 8" of water running across the road around 11am. High tide at 4PM so will go much higher..
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Re: Bears and life on the coast

Postby jason » 16 Nov 2009 18:18

Well, it's getting so that the back field is flooded again. Typical winter in Richmond. How you guys holding up there Mike? Lou?
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Re: Bears and life on the coast

Postby 510Freak » 16 Nov 2009 18:39

datzenmike wrote:Lou, your feet dry?

Rained Sat night until mid morning to-day, Comox lake dam opened to dump as much water as possible, not enough. Courtenay river jumped the levee and flooded Lewis Park and surrounding area. About 60 people evacuated to higher ground. Bridges closed. Rode through about 8" of water running across the road around 11am. High tide at 4PM so will go much higher..


Mike the feet are dry.
Are yours?
I saw on the news this eve about Courtenay (mayor declared a state of emergency)Quite the mess.

Apperantly here in the middle of the night lower streets were flooded. :roll: Nothing new there!
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