By O. Köhler

No. forty five in a sequence of presidency guides titled "Ethnological Publications." This factor discusses Grootfontein district: heritage, mines, hard work, SWANLA, demographics, city parts, ethnicity, and different information.

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Don't hike in the late evening or early morning. Make lots of noise. If you see a bear on the trail: Freeze and begin to slowly back away. Let the bear know you are there by clapping or talking to it in a loud voice. The bear will usually take action to avoid you. Never run from a bear, since they might consider youprey. Cute, cuddly, and lethal: If you see a bear cub, don't go one inch closer to it. Back up and go around, or take another route, if possible. The cub might seem abandoned, but it most likely is not.

All notable creek and river crossings are mentioned in this guide, with special notes on potentially dangerous fords. Other trail dangers are smaller. Ticks are harmless, but the diseases they carry can be deadlyincluding Lyme disease, Colorado tick fever, and Rocky Mountain spotted fever. After traveling in tick country, watch for symptoms of tick-borne disease, including a high fever, arthritic-like pain in the bones and joints, or a rash. During tick season (spring and summer), stay out of tall grass or brushy areas, and inspect yourself and your clothing after each outing.

Buy unscented varieties, since the scented stuff may attract bugs and bears. Horseback parties must limit the number of animals and persons. Groups are restricted to 15 totalfor example, you're allowed 10 people and 5 pack animals. The best way to minimize livestock problems is to take as few animals as possible. One pack animal for every three or four people should suffice. To prevent damage during short stops, tie horses to trees at least 8 inches in diameter. During long periods, tie horses to a high line that stretches between two sturdy trees so they can move about freely.

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