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This is why it is better to be a Bear than deal with bears.
Day 2 starts with the fish spoiling in the heat and having to dispose of it. Searching for the mythical showers and finding a lot of other things including hammocks with people – bear burritos. Make a squealing sound when picked and chewed on. Not as good as expected. Gritty, dusty and oily. About an hour after eating, things became quite psychedelic.
Bear friends give proper directions. Still across an arid plain but only 3 hours which we will traverse quickly so rain retribution down on the RACOOOOOONS!)
Occasionally, even I have to leave the carnivorous forest to interface with the human world. In those cases, I find it better to draw as little attention to myself as possible. This is best served by blending in with the natives as much as possible. However, I am a bear that is severely lacking in fashion sense. I guess bears dressed in leather motorcycle jackets and “I Failed the Turing Test” ThinkGeek Tshirts attract attention…and not the positive kind. Continue reading
eBear is in a foul mood today! Stay out of her way. Seriously, she is in no mood for anybody’s bullshit.
This also means that her expressions of affection will be more……aggressive than normal.
Normal eBear affection looks like this:
I apologize iBear and will make it up to you with fish and snuggles when I get home
If all vegetables were like Potato-dono, I would become an omnivore. The flavor of the kill is always enhanced when the prey fights back and I’m sure Potato-dono would have put up one hell of a fight.