Listening for the words in a quiet corner of the night. The fiction, poetry, and photography of Jason Evans.
I guess if you are going to use meatballs to attract the wildlife it would: A) Be very appropriate to protect your personal onesandB) Tie your cabin high in a tree branch so the bears can't get to it.
I'm trying so hard to think of a witty reply to your wonderful post but sadly I can't - guess I'll leave being witty to you. Thanks for brightening my day.
How about TURKEY meatballs??
If you want to ratchet up the tension, leave "meat" out of all the thought bubbles. Just balls. Seriously. Read it now, with balls only.
Walking Man, great points both. They know where we live now. Well, when we're in the mountains at least. They've taken to biting holes in porch chairs.Petty, all sorts of interesting things happen up in those woods. :)Oddyoddyo13, that might have attracted some turkeys. Looking for relatives, perhaps.Laurel, now now. If he comes knocking at the door, I'm certainly not going to answer now!
They're biting holes in your porch chairs? I know photographers will stop at nothing, but you've got to draw the line at spreading peanut butter on your outdoor furniture, okay?
use Axe deodorant after having thrown the meatballs to the bears, so that the lingering smell would not lead him to you!
Is this in PENNSYLVANIA??!!! OMG!
Sere, I'll do anything for you guys. You should have seen the pictures I got after hiding under a meatblanket at midnight. It was A Clockwork Orange meets Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom.Chris, oh yeah, we're mixing it up Grizzly Adams style. Or was it Daniel Boone? Well, I guess those two had very different relationships with bears.
Interesting! LOL to Walking Man.
Mona, that's a pretty good plan! I hope they're not partial to that scent.Angie, ha!
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