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    Bonnie Lea

      Oh Carver…imagine!  wrestling a bear.  No blueberries for us.  We couldnt find one single berry.  I think the heat had a lot to do with it, and we were not that keen on going back back back into the vast unknown hunting.  The bear poop just across the next camp site was enuff to ward me off hunting too far a field.


      I am glad we saw no bears as the relocation policy was  not working so it was the ‘other method’  so we kept a better than perfect clean campsite, and frowned and tsked at others who did not   Needless to say, we did in fact hear nightly gun shots from other camp grounds (rangers)  it made me cringe.


      This year camping was different.  We had our dotter for a week (that is usual)  but also second week, our grandson joined us and that was a joy,  I had totally forgotten how great 12 year old boys can be.  Brought back scads of such grand memories of ours.  It flew by so fast.  thanks for the words.  I dont believe there is a problem with this subderal hemotoma nonsense, I mean if so, its been a month, and surely it is dried up and gone!!  I will from now on, though get head injuries checked out PDQ just cos of the shunt s tuff.


      Just waiting for Bob to come home and pick me up.  This not driving sucks.  though I have no car anymore so it wouldnt help would it.  (though I still can drive, just dont)



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