These articles are preserved as an archive, but no new messages appear. We provide this information to www. nieuwsblad. be/ followed by the name of your city. Same news, delivered by your trusted correspondent (s). But now a different place, a new look. Let us know what you are thinking. Meanwhile, Rudy De Bock for several weeks with us and he is already packing his suitcase to his visit to Alaska in November. You and I now know that Rudy De Bock we went back to the Harmony can take. Late August, however, he took his last drop between the bears of Kodiak. The next day you can read along in his last diary entries. Stijn is a new Ronse To. In September 2006 he came to Ghent, where he was born and raised. Ronse Why? His wife works in Oudenaarde and it's nice to be close and yet just far enough from work to attend. This may involve young people in Ronse still get an affordable home, the surrounding greenery, the city beautiful and the atmosphere is slightly open and the world. Ghent also pleasing that his 'r' can preserve that is similar. CLEARANCE! Wonderful family owned trailer with the bed of the master comes out the back room and closed the front which provides L-shaped sofa that more . . Start the summer in a beautiful large trailer with the kodiak tents 220 BHKS that offers plenty of room for the family thanks to its large bed (king) more . . Start the summer in a beautiful large trailer with the kodiak tents 220 BHKS that offers plenty of room for the family thanks to its large bed (king) more . . In June 2009, during our tour in Kodiak, we istall the camp for the night in a place of dreams. Tents pitched in height, stream, and long sandy beach. People in my group were working at the camp, I was on the water fishing. From afar, I saw a bear on advancing the beach towards the camp. It is far enough, so do not panic. The grizzly is a curious animal by nature, short-sighted, but with a highly developed sense of smell . . Above all, he is fearful and fled at the slightest unusual noise. So far all we have encountered bears (black, grizzly or Kodiak) fled as soon as we began to shout or bang on a metal object. For cons, it is a dangerous animal, and its powerful attacks against men are not rare and often fatal. I advance with my kayak toward the grizzly for the scare. I had not noticed that Anne and Jean-Louis, Jean-Jacques and Frederic were already spirit to manifest itself by shouting and banging on a tin can. The bear keeps advancing unmoved. I go to the beach, always in my kayak, I cry, throws him to the water with the paddle, slap on the kayak with the paddle . . Nothing to make it even approached me. In a few strokes I arrive at camp and I find the others. The bear continues to advance it. I seized the gun which we had been entrusted by Tom Pogson Homer. 3 packs in the store, 3 others in my pocket. Together we are making great gestures, noise, full of noise. The bear sits down, sniffs the air and continues its slow march towards us. He's not afraid. I know the screenplay, he will advance as it slowly and make the final 20 meters running and it will attack. I shoot the first shot above his head, to frighten small lead. Nothing helps. He sits down and continues to advance. The second cartridge, bullet, kills. Hit in the throat it falls. The bear is at home in Kodiak, as in any of Alaska, we were intruders in its territory, and it is with pride that I spent the evening that day. But I think I have acted responsibly, without fear or panic, bearing in mind the protection of people with me. On each ride, my mission is to bring everybody home. . . .