Natural Selection

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Summer vacation season is under way and soon the mountain country will be filled with city folk looking for an opportunity to connect with nature.

In the old days, things sorted themselves out. The city-dwellers would come out in their Bermuda shorts with backpacks full of Zagnuts wanting to pet the bears. It generally made for a short season and happy bears.

Then the park service started in with their “don’t feed the bears” campaign. Now we have four months of karaoke music and tofu weenies.

Real outdoorsmen know that tourist season is time for Natural Selection. Make sure your local souvenir shop is well-stocked with our “Bear Repellant.” Three new scents are available: Bacon, Salmon, and Chocolate.

Natural Selection: short season, happy bears, peace and quiet.

Author: Stephen Hise

Stephen Hise is the Evil Mastermind and founder of Indies Unlimited. Hise is an independent author and an avid supporter of the indie author movement. Learn more about Stephen at his website or his Amazon author page.

4 thoughts on “Natural Selection”

  1. Totally with you on that, Stephen. Over here in Australia, even our little neck of the woods is gradually being discovered. Because we are only 10 miles north of Byron Bay, the more adventurous tourists are starting to find us. I’m expecting, any day, to be photographed by a Japanese tourist, desperate for ‘local colour’, as I stumble back from the beach in my customary rags. Perhaps we should be devising ‘snake repellents’ – Old Cat, Tasty Green Frog, etc.

  2. I could have used some of that at the rest stop on the way to Denali today. A busload of tourists was between me and a view of the mountain! Okay, it’s a big mountain, but there were a LOT of people on that bus….

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