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    Blueberries for Sal Funny

    Me: Why did Little Bear and his mother come to Blueberry Hill?
    Son: To eat food for the winter. (pauses) Why didn't they just eat a big deer?
    Hahahaha!
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    #2
    When I did it with my daughter, her takeaway was, "That lady needs to do a better job watching her kid." Hahahaha!
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      #3
      Originally posted by Cheryl in CA View Post
      When I did it with my daughter, her takeaway was, "That lady needs to do a better job watching her kid." Hahahaha!
      Right? If I remember correctly, that was my oldest daughter's reaction. "She let her kid wander off in the woods with bears?"

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      Year 12 of homeschooling with MP

      DD1 - 27 - college grad, bakery owner
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        #4
        East coast vs. west coast bear issues. In the Shenandoah Mountains, bears always look for berries and grubs first, maybe a fish or so, but both of my two remember my bear scare while hiking around Lake Moomaw with a raspberry jam sandwich. Hahaha.

        I see that as a perfectly logical west coast reaction.
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          #5
          Originally posted by DiannaKennedy View Post

          Right? If I remember correctly, that was my oldest daughter's reaction. "She let her kid wander off in the woods with bears?"
          It seems perfectly logical to me, LOL!
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          ds 25, graduated
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            #6
            Originally posted by enbateau View Post
            East coast vs. west coast bear issues. In the Shenandoah Mountains, bears always look for berries and grubs first, maybe a fish or so, but both of my two remember my bear scare while hiking around Lake Moomaw with a raspberry jam sandwich. Hahaha.

            I see that as a perfectly logical west coast reaction.
            How scary! I'm running from a bear no matter which coast I find myself on!
            Cheryl, mom to:

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