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Bear spotted by Steven Wilson and Sue and Sarah

By Steven Wilson

(2 seconds ago near Breeding.)

Just saw the first live bear i ever saw in my life, other than at the Louisville Zoo. He/she was at the edge of the woods across from Dean Hayes' home. It may be Randy and Sandy Curry's field. Any way, I stopped the truck. Me and Sue and Sarah sat there and watched it a little while. All at once it stood up and went back in the woods.

Maybe i will retire from squirrel hunting!!!After it left I happened to think and I asked my daughter, Sarah if we could have gotten a picture on her phone. Sorry.For anyone who doesn't know, this is just on the outskirts of the Flatwoods community. --Steven Wilson



This story was posted on 2012-06-10 20:18:01
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