Grin and bear it while fence repairs occur

You think that headline is bad, you should read the rejected ones. Really you should, I’ve included them in this post.

Here is what Maymont had to say on the tree meets fence news.

Sorry to be the “bearer” of bad news, but Maymont’s bears will not be on view in their habitat for a while. A huge tree in the exhibit came down during the storm Thursday night, and it did significant damage to the perimeter fence. Please share with friends to spread the word. If you’d like to help fund the cleanup and repairs, consider a donation to the Maymont annual fund:

Those concerned about the bear can rest easy. They have “bedrooms” where they spend their evenings and during severe storms, weather, or times like this when work needs to go on in their enclosures.

Here are a small portion of the headlines that bearrelled through my head that I feel a need to share with you:

  • Bear with me the fence is down
  • The bear necessities are a fence
  • It’s bearly a problem but the fence is down
  • Don’t fence me in, say bears to storm
  • Bear naked something something
  • Bear market means fences have crashed

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Richard Hayes

When Richard isn’t rounding up neighborhood news, he’s likely watching soccer or chasing down the latest and greatest craft beer.

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