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Old 06-10-2015, 12:22 PM   #1
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Hi, I am new to camping in bear country with a T.T. Camped for years without one. Used bear boxes and stored all dry goods in bear box or completely out of sight and smell. What is common practice with T.T. can I keep dry goods in storage cabinets and use Refrigerator and freezer? I don't want the door ripped off of the T.T. like they do all the time with cars. Any experience and feed back in this would be helpful . Thanks
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You can keep all your food and stuff locked in the TT. just make sure to close all the windows when you are not in camp. Even Yosemite allows this.
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And for Heaven sake, DO NOT feed the chipmunks !! You will be sorry !!
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You can keep all your food and stuff locked in the TT. just make sure to close all the windows when you are not in camp.
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Also I've read on this site that you do NOT cook inside of the TT in bear country.
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Thanks for your comments! Wasn't sure about T.T.'s and the bears. Knew you never cook inside. I know from experience that you finish dinner before dark and be sure all is put away. At dusk the boys & girls start looking for freebies. It is fun to sit back and listen to other campers trying to keep the bears away while eating.
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