Bear and Bare Butt – Our Vacation gave us both.
The first part was easy and uneventful
The really funny part
This story takes a bizarre turn. As as we rode down, we came upon about seven groups of hikers with 2 to about 10 people in their respective parties. We slowed to let them know there was a bear up ahead. Each one responded with, ‘good to see you have your clothes on’ or ‘glad you’re not bare’. It seemed rather random and bizarre. After we’d passed a few groups but kept hearing the same thing, we finally stopped and asked what they were talking about. We were told, ‘a bike rider came through a few minutes ago, bare naked’. We laughed so hard about it. I said, ‘well we experienced a real bear and they got to see a whole different kind of bare’.
Bare Butt … Why?
It was one of those events that was just too bizarre and too funny. I have no idea where the naked man came from as we hadn’t passed him on the road on our way up. Or for that matter, on the way out. The group said he was riding pretty fast. The only thing we can figure is that the bear passed by, near where he was camping. The point he’d come from was at the base of the mountain where we’d encountered the bear near the top.
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That was funny. I wonder why he was bare? You have the best adventures. Thanks so much x
Hi Jane. I have had a few odd ones that is for sure. I truly have no idea as to his state of dress but obviously he wanted to enjoy nature, naturally or he got caught off guard. 🙂