Ray Rogers Handcrafted Knives




Summer of 2003




Apparently, given some time to work out the details, bears don't have to poop in the woods after all....





That little pink block on the left is a 50 lbs block of salt.




Contemplating the salt block...




Just for grins, try sneaking up on a bear when he's napping ...heheheheh!




This is a different bear, a big brown fellow. He decided to sneak around the hillside and check out my shop from above...




He just had to get a closer look at the shop...




Apparently, he's facinated with my shop. Here he is a few days later back again. You can see my shop door on the right and a hummingbird on the left...




Satisfied, he lays down for another nap...




It's not all fun and games. One night in September, about 10:30 pm, a very hungry bear carried off my whole trash can and took it up the mountain side. I'm sure he was disappointed to find that there was nothing edible in there. He came back after midnight for my big 50 quart cooler (it was empty) but I caught him on that one and explained that was a no-no...








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