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Close to the grand children. A variety of birds and animals greeted me at the small farm property.
Coda, the old bear fighter, now retired to watch the door.
Proud mother showing off her newborn twins.
Coming home this afternoon a black bear was in my driveway. I honked the horn and the bear ran up the driveway, and into the bushes. They have all the food they need, berries and fruit of all kind are now in season. The Pink Salmon is also running, but the rivers are very low. My dogs did not wake up.
Bergie collected and salvaged everything from the Sechelt Inlet.
Bergie’s cabin in a quiet bay in Sechelt Inlet, close to Carlson Creek. All is now gone and cleaned up.
Some of her goats, she milked them and was very protective og them.
One of many cougars she shot. She ate the cougar meat, and said it tasted ok.
These pictures from Mike Whitehouse, thank you. They will be forwarded to the Sechelt Museum where they have a file on Bergljot Solberg – Bergie – Cougar Lady.