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    Weather is improving, almost hit 20C today. Little rain tonight and then maybe a few decent days of weather with temperatures close to 20C.

    Cream Caramel

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      Originally posted by Great outdoors View Post
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ID:	17948239 That is a momma grizzly and her three 3yr old cubs.
      No one is messing around with them!
      Esa dicen que es la situación más potencialmente peligrosa, no?
      No se nada de osos; en mi país solo hay osos pardos en las montañas del tercio norte peninsular, y creo son más pequeños y menos feroces que los norteamericanos....
      Cual podría ser una "distancia segura" en un encuentro como el de tus fotos?

      ...Chulisimas las fotos, por cierto.


      That is said to be the most potentially dangerous situation, isn't it?
      I don't know anything about bears; in my country there are only brown bears in the mountains of the northern third of the peninsula, and I think they are smaller and less ferocious than North American bears.....
      What would be a "safe distance" in an encounter like the one in your photos?

      ...Great photos, by the way.

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        Wow still a Great show here. It seems that you are living at a beautyful Place <3 !!!

        Do that bears have theoretically have access to your ground ?

        Still pressing my thumps for good weather at your site!

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          Originally posted by Montuno View Post

          Esa dicen que es la situación más potencialmente peligrosa, no?
          No se nada de osos; en mi país solo hay osos pardos en las montañas del tercio norte peninsular, y creo son más pequeños y menos feroces que los norteamericanos....
          Cual podría ser una "distancia segura" en un encuentro como el de tus fotos?

          ...Chulisimas las fotos, por cierto.


          That is said to be the most potentially dangerous situation, isn't it?
          I don't know anything about bears; in my country there are only brown bears in the mountains of the northern third of the peninsula, and I think they are smaller and less ferocious than North American bears.....
          What would be a "safe distance" in an encounter like the one in your photos?

          ...Great photos, by the way.
          For sure this could be potentially dangerous, bears always are. But it is very situational and seasonal dependent.
          You never want to get between a momma bear and her cubs. But they are together on the other side of the river. It is also fall, so the bears are focused on eating salmon. So if you don't disturb them and let them do their own thing, they will generally keep to themselves. If it was spring time it would be a whole different story.
          Can't really give you a safe distance as it depends on so many factors. I have lived around the bears all my life and they are pretty much in my yard every day so I have a good sense of what each situation entails. But I have been bluff charged in the past and have had to bear spray a few over the years. Back in the guerilla days there were plenty of wild bear encounters.


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            Originally posted by Calle Minogue View Post
            Wow still a Great show here. It seems that you are living at a beautyful Place <3 !!!

            Do that bears have theoretically have access to your ground ?

            Still pressing my thumps for good weather at your site!
            Yeah bears are on my property most days. You have to be careful with what you feed the plants so it doesn't attract them. Had many plants stomped over from bears cruising through in the past. My dog does a good job of keeping them away from the immediate area around my house.
            I am going to chop the Cream Caramel and Psicodelicia before the next big storm coming up here. The Cream Mandarin still needs at least a couple weeks.

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              Gorgeous day with some more fresh snow in the high mountains

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                Cream Caramel

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                  Cream Mandarin frosty but a ways to go

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                    Psicodelicia

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                      Some sweet looking buds
                      Cream Caramel

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                        Psicodelicia mountain sunset

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                          Cream Mandarin looking frosty but also leafy. Don't have high hopes on the calyx to leaf ratio.

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                            Well the Psicodelicia and Cream Caramel are down. Too big a storm coming through for them to be out any longer.
                            Cream Caramel is really hard buds with purple calyxes and a beautiful chocolate caramel smell. High calyx to leaf ratio especially for an indica, looks really nice.
                            Psicodelicia produced big time. I am guessing over a kilo but I will see. I am away at work right now so my wife had to harvest but judging by the area it took up there is lots there. 3 racks the size you see in the picture. Smells like sweet candy with hints of skunk. Medium calyx to leaf ratio and medium density, not as hard as the Cream Caramel. Really impressive strain, nice and hardy for outdoor and great vigor in growth. Psicodelicia had a few grams of mold but nothing too bad for the shitty fall we had. Cream Caramel was mold free.
                            More complete reviews of the strains once dried and trimmed in a month or so.
                            Just the Cream Mandarin left. It will go through this storm system the next few days and then it looks like some decent weather again.
                            One rack Psicodelicia hanging.

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                              Red Mandarin is drying nicely

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                                That's a very good harvest!!

                                I hope you enjoy it. Don't forget to tells about the smoke, once you have it dried and cured. 😋

                                Thanks for posting.

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