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[pct-l] Re: pct-l-digest V1 #874

Dear Richard,
Yep.  I got one of those submersible thingies.  It's called the subPack.  
They have a website www.thesubpack.com.  It worked for me, because the bears 
had no idea my food was hanging over a ledge suspended in the lake.  but 
there was some leakage, and if I didnt have my food in ziplocks inside the 
subPack, it would have been very messy.  I think they're working on a 
no-brainer foolproof waterproof closure for next year.
Keep on truckin

In a message dated 9/15/99 10:12:01 PM Pacific Daylight Time, 
owner-pct-l-digest@majordomo.hack.net writes:

 Date: Wed, 15 Sep 1999 19:09:50 -0700
 From: Richard Calliger <calliger@infolane.com>
 Subject: Re: [pct-l] Re: pct-l-digest V1 #871
 At 09:51 PM 9/15/99 EDT, Slyinmd@aol.com wrote:
 >Seems to me, there is more peace between bears and men on the trail, as 
 >between people and people on this list.  
 Yup--bears just wanna eat and get fat and take care of their young
 - -they have no axes (PI) to grind...
 time to move on I think, to something else...we have laid
 all the "bear facts" out for everyone to see...just be prudent with you 
 there is a new submersible thingy I saw-- maybe that was here? You put
 all your food in it and stick it under water..seems like it might
 work as we all try to stay near water..
 RJ Calliger
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