Mom says, “Let’s stop and see if the bears are there.”
So we turn off into the dump grounds, where six large dumpsters are lined up on an asphalt pad inside a ten foot high chain link fence.
It is night.
Our headlights illuminate almost everything–to a height of about six feet.
The scene is ghostly.
A bear saunters out from between the dumpsters–wary, as any wild animal is on an Indian reservation.
He is huge for a bear, at least a good six hundred pounds.
He walks slowly away and out of the compound with a full white garbage bag clutched in his mouth.
He is followed closely by a black and white mother cat–her belly hanging down loosely–
as if she were his pet,
hoping for a morsel leftover from her master.
Another bear rises from scrounging within one of the far dumpsters.
His form towers three feet…
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