[Tagging] bear box in campground ?
daveswarthout at gmail.com
Fri Aug 23 17:38:44 UTC 2019
Alaska, with its huge population of bears, has these bear-proof receptacles
at all public campsites. I think bear_box will serve the purpose but it
doesn't work for other types of animal-proof containers as Joseph pointed
out. However, those other types are not very common, if they exist at all.
Still, if we want to allow for easy expansion of the tagging scheme then
using waste_basket=bear-proof, for example, would help such future
On Thu, Aug 22, 2019 at 12:36 AM Joseph Eisenberg <
joseph.eisenberg at gmail.com> wrote:
> I agree that bear_box is clearer. Most food storage is not bear-proof.
> If there are other food storage options that are simply racoon-proof
> or squirrel-proof, they can be tagged differently, but I'm not aware
> of any of these.
> On 8/22/19, JS <grimpeur78 at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Am 22. August 2019 03:41:08 MESZ schrieb Rob Savoye <rob at senecass.com>:
> >>On 8/21/19 7:27 PM, Paul Johnson wrote:
> >>> For someone who is not familiar with the term 'bear box' it may
> >>> sound like bears are stored in there.
> > That would seem like a rather odd idea. Why would a bear be stored in a
> > and even more so at a camping site?
> >>> "Food storage box" might be better?
> >> Actually something like that is probably a better term. I think 'bear
> >>box' only because that's the term I'm familiar with.
> > I find "bear box" a pretty instructive term. More generic terms don't
> > to catch the idea of protecting food from animals quite as well. The
> > were developed against bears and thus got their named. Also, from my Jack
> > London influenced imagination, I immediately understood what we're
> > about here. Thus, I'd go for "bear box=yes/no", even in areas where there
> > are no bears.
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