We got Safari Steve back in the studio. Safari,
it’s summertime soon. There’s gonna be some hikers and some campers preppin’ their gear
to go out into the wild. But chances are they may encounter a bear. What can you tell our
viewers as far as safety tips as they enjoy Mother Nature? Well, Mike, as you know, my
thing is education. But the first thing you wanna do when you’re going on your hike is
you wanna be as quiet as you can. Because if the bear hears something unusual, it’s
gonna wanna figure out what it is. So what do you do if you actually encounter the bear?
Well, if you see a bear, you wanna lock eyes with it. And then you walk slowly up to it,
repeating the phrase: Whassup up bear? Whassup bear? Whassup bear? Whassup bear? Then the
bear will know you just wanna be friends. Wow, okay. Is there anything the hikers should
do differently if, say, the bear is with one of its baby bears? Baby bear is called a coob.
Coob? But with coobs, you wanna run up to them as fast as you can and give them a good,
loving hug. And then the mama bear will know that you’re good with its young. That’s some
sound logic, Safari. Let’s move on to our campers that are gonna have supplies and foodstuffs.
What are some safety tips for them as far as setting up their camp? Well, I think it’s
extremely important to stake your territory. So what I would do is encircle the tent with
your food. No kidding? Yeah. Oh, okay. So what I would is I would have my BBQ chicken
thighs–I’d put probably right there. Oh jeez. I’d like to have my sweets right here.
Absolutely, yeah. Desert, chocolates. Were would we put the bacon? I’d put bacon over
here. Yeah. Because then you got your salty and your sweet. Ah, I wish we had some sorbet
over here to cleanse the pallet. Jeez, Mike, I got sorbet over here! No kidding! Oh man,
am I hungry right now. Hey, you wanna grab some supper? Yeah. As informative as ever,
Safari Steve. Thanks for coming in. Thanks, Mike. Up next: The kid from Old Yeller says
he was framed.