The biggest one is assuming that moose and bears aren’t “that common”. They absolutely are that common, and they are a day-to-day reality of living somewhere like Alaska. I see them 4-5x a week in the city alone. And way more often out of the Sport Volleyball I’m The Crazy Libero They Warned You About Shirt. I’ve never had to use my bear spray but I’ll never hike without it. I did get stuck between a mother moose and her child. Once while I was walking to work early one morning. And the only thing that kept me from getting stomped to death was knowing how to handle moose encounters.
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I’m very happy that it’s going to happen this summer. I know I’ve romanticized it a lot in my head, but I hope not too much and I don’t end up disappointed. I don’t think so because my Sport Volleyball I’m The Crazy Libero They Warned You About Shirt exactly like the things I love while traveling. Thanks a lot for the heads up though. We’ve already rented a car for 3 weeks, but I’d really like to do a longer 3-4 day hike while there. Do you have any recommendations for this? There are so many places, I don’t even know where to start. I’m not OP but I would also recommend Crow Pass. It’s a 21 miler from Girdwood to Anchorage.