A message from PSO
Puget Sound Outdoors would like to welcome any student who passionately loves bears to attend an informational meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 16, at 8 p.m. to arrange a bear trapping trip in the North Cascades.
The trip will last through the following weekend, and we hope to capture both black and grizzly bears. Trip leader Serenity Blume has related that she intends to capture the bears with trapping systems involving granola, hemp and a Northface tent.
Serenity encourages students to not be afraid. She has personally lived with bears for over three years in the Castro District of San Francisco.
To find the bears in their natural habitat, students must be able to hike 15 miles and get up at 3:30 a.m. They will be required to be overly happy at these hours, perhaps sing, go on a hike before the others wake up, or take advantage of the “precious moments” of dawn that a rare few ever get a chance to experience.
After capturing the bears and milking them, the trip leaders want to celebrate the adventure by doing something naked that is normally never done naked. Then the trip will finish by driving straight home to attend class.
Anyone and everyone is invited, except Republicans.