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Dear San Bernardino Nat’l Forest Bears,

I’ll keep the trees on my property so you have a place to hide and climb, I’ll keep the hose trickling in the bucket so you have a source of water, I’ll keep the fences down so you have easy passage, I’ll shut down the neighbors who try fencing in your forest, and i’ll keep watering the old trees to keep the air fresh and the oxygen rich until the day I die.

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