- Aug 15, 2005
1. Keep it in a bear proof food locker or containerHow do you keep food far away? Would love to camp in Yosemite.
I'm sure the over-priced east-coast-posuer Yeti coolers are bear proof.FYI, standard coolers are NOT bear proof.
I think I struck a nerve and that you are taking what I said way out of context. What I meant by "standard" coolers was to suggest that many people think that leaving the food in a cooler outside and around the campsite is good enough to keep bears out of their food. Bears easily get into any cooler regardless of brand unless it is designed to be bear-proof.I'm sure the over-priced east-coast-posuer Yeti coolers are bear proof.
I have a "standard" cooler.
After dinner, all food waste is cleaned up & bagged in "standard" garbage bags.
Garbage bags & cooler go inside vehicle, with all windows closed.
I wonder if Yeti makes garbage bags?
Maybe BLM is being dismantled. . .Anybody know WTF is up with the BLM website? I've been doing a lot of Google searches and almost every BLM link is broken.
I had one for Geospatial Colorado BLM maps that worked a couple weeks ago and now, squat!