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Old 09-28-2015   #11
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It was definitely one highlight of my trip!

"There is NOTHING--absolute nothing--half so much worth doing as simply messing about in boats. Look here! If you've really nothing else on hand this morning, supposing we drop down the river together, and have a long day of it?" -Wind in the Willows
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Old 09-29-2015   #12
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there are also mountain lion, above Mex Hat.

Pulled into Prospector Camp, tracks up and down the sand.

Linda the Ranger has seen them by Mex hat Rock camps

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Never seen them on the Juan but its great that they are using that habitat and don't seem to be interacting with humans in a negative way. Its always beautiful to see a functioning ecosystem.

I would imagine the canyons along Comb Ridge provide a great corridor for them to travel along.

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Old 09-29-2015   #14
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These bears probably migrate out of the Blue Mountains (near Monticello) via Cedar Mesa and Comb Wash. Last place you would expect to see a bear though when you are on the river.
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There was a bear spotted in Grand Canyon this year, so they are definitely around.
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Raymo, he left it there.
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Old 09-30-2015   #17
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The "Thug Life" chose that bear!

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