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Tuesday afternoon, Hu-Dad snapped some photos of us handling security patrols. Tuesday evening, he saw quite openly why we take our security patrols seriously.
As any regular reader knows, Chief of Security Kiska insists on regular patrols of our perimeter. And when something is seen, smelled, or sensed, we respond in force to defend our turf.
But why do we worry so much about security? Shortly after sunset last night, Hu-Dad glanced out his study window and saw the following sight.
In case you were wondering, we were all inside at the time and Hu-Dad didn’t even tell us they were wandering around. He totally fails security protocol, doesn’t he? Anyway, if we had been outside, they would never have appeared, so we hold up our side of security.
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Oh, wow! I bet KB of the Rockies would be happy to see that!
Mom sez: I’ve heard that bear scent is very hard to disguise, and that it “permeates” the air for hours. It’s a wonder the Herd didn’t get a whiff of it the moment they got outside.
(Wow, four cubs.) How has the herd reacted to them in the past?
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