And as for lunch - I think we are rather lucky that we saw our bears in 2008 from good solid Berri and not 1808 from a skin boat. Humans have always been part of the food chain for hungry bears and we might just have become lunch and sustained them for the next 100 miles. There's a grim description of a bear killing an Inuit man in Brower's book.
Nowt to report and an anti scorbutic is due.
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