• tom_billesley

    Tourists could hang a haunch of venison on their cabin door.

  • mauser 98

    one can dream

    • It’s…. beautiful….

    • mobuyus

      What a wonderful dream.

    • Blacksmith

      Hope he jumps, wouldn’t want the bear to get poisoned.

  • lolwut?

    I’ve been asked by tourists outside the ROM when I lived in Toronto where they could see Polar bears, I told them they probably have them at the zoo, they’re like, no we want to see the ones walking around.

    Then of course then Americans who think it starts snowing when you cross the border… in August

    • Jay Currie

      Well, it was snowing in Calgary a day or two ago.

      • lolwut?

        Well sure, in the higher terrain foothills and Calgary has the Rockies within an hours drive generating the type of weather that can cause that.

        I’m talking about people coming across the border and think it’s snow all year round in Canada.

        I’ve been there many times, hot in Calgary, snowing in Canmore.
        BC gets the same thing, sudden snowfalls in the summer.

  • Jay Currie

    They can come to my backyard…. Bears, elk, deer

  • Edubeat

    So let’s all join Yogi Bear and his friend Boo-Boo in writing a response to this guest.

  • mobuyus

    I wish they could of met a silver tip..

  • Frances

    Grew up close to the US border. As bare-foot young’uns in the summer, we would watch with amusement as vehicles with US licence plates and skis came looking for the snow.

    Some years later, there was a series of cards out showing the border as envisioned by Americans: bungalows and green grass to the south of the border; a three-foot wall of ice at the border with igloos and polar bears to the north.

  • Canadian

    Some dykes have bear arms…

  • Blacksmith

    THe STUUPID… it burns…..

  • AlanUK

    “… and an optional bear in every room.”
    (Revised ad for National Park Lodges)
    Make that ” … a beer in every fridge” …