Mloves2camp wrote:Verna, try ebay. I looked for you & there are many good deals on bear spray. When I need something, I check there first. As long as you check the feedback on a seller first & make sure they're not going to be a pain to deal with. Can't say I've ever had any big problems, but sure have gotten some great deals! Sure helps the budget!
Mloves2camp wrote:For all you who had a good laugh out of our 'security fixes' & the slightly vicious ways we've thought of, you've got to read this. Did you hear about the dentist who worked on her ex & pulled out all his teeth? LOL It made me think of this thread!
http://dailycaller.com/2012/04/30/novoc ... nds-teeth/
Kinda reminds ya of Lorena Bobbit, doesn't it?
fflutterffly wrote:...always have a large canister of bear spray with me... by the bed... works great i hear.
gypsy97 wrote:I camp alone out of necessity when my big dog passed away a couple of years ago. I camp in a tent, so there are no locked doors between me and the outside world. Whereas I would love to set my tent up in the backwoods, and am trying to convince myself to try backpacking again, I usually stay in National Forest or National Park campgrounds. I keep a heavy flashlight by my sleeping bag, plus my car keys with the panic button. I don't leave the tent after dark, and pee in a large plastic cup and toss it into the trees. I've always enjoyed camping alone, but at 73 I would really like some company once in a while. I really don't feel unsafe, just a little spooked when I'm the only one in a campground.
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