Anthindelahunt wrote:If you extracted a Grizzly bear's teeth,
would that make them gummy bears?
I mentioned it in this forum soon after it happened, quite some years ago. I walked the 5 miles to work at the time, over hill and dale. As I was walking downhill on the last major hill, I heard some twig snapping and knew I was being stalked by something within the forest trees to my right. The trees ended at a stone wall along a home's lawn that was just across from the lit entryway to a lakeside campground. As I neared the end of the treeline a pair of eyes reflected the light of the campground's lamps and I stopped, faced the eyes, growled, then continued on my way. It happened that the owners of the mentioned home had a small bonfire going behind their home which may have contributed to the fact that my stalker didn't follow me any further.Anthindelahunt wrote:The Bears and me are a no no.Call me a
wimp. After being chased by a black Bear as a
kid,I will leave the job of turning them into
Gummy Bears for Dentists.
Anthin...I just can't bear it.
For most of a century, the (U.S.) Eastern Cougar was claimed to be extinct. When I was almost five, my mother screamed when we saw a female cougar staring at us from the upper field; ten years later, a young one paced me as I bicycled up a dirt road. Before the incident with the previously mentioned bear, a male cougar was proudly walking towards me alongside the road -- following behind him in the drainage ditch was a female (they're colored differently) -- when I had my Camaro. I wouldn't want to face off with one, let alone two, but I may fare better with a cougar than a bear -- without medical assistance I may still die from lacerations but there's a chance, however slight, that I might survive a determined cougar attack; at least I rival the size of the male cougar and the female is smaller. Compared to the bear, I might as well be a chipmunk... a crushing defeat.Anthindelahunt wrote:At my Family's Summer Cabin in Tullameen BC,
A woman and her horse was killed by a Cougar.
Shadowcaster wrote:A woman and her husband interrupted their vacation to go to the dentist. "I want a tooth pulled, and I don't want Novacaine because I'm in a big hurry," the woman said. "Just extract the tooth as quickly as possible, and we'll be on our way." The dentist was quite impressed. "You're certainly a courageous woman," he said. "Which tooth is it?" The woman turned to her husband and said, "Show him your tooth, dear."
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