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Jul 20 2011

WW: Ontario Fishing Lodge Security

Category: Egress,Wordless WednesdayLori @ 12:01 am Comments (4)
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These photos were taken by Ted Wightman of Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies, at a fishing lodge in a remote area of Ontario, Canada.  I wonder who they were trying to keep out…the bears?

4 Responses to “WW: Ontario Fishing Lodge Security”

  1. Joseph Vaida says:

    I don’t think this will keep the bears away. They’re a sneaky bunch. I’m pretty sure they’re responsible for the rumor that we’re supposed to “play dead” if we encounter them in the wild. I’m still a bit skeptical about curling up on the ground into a bite size snack for them to enjoy…

  2. Horn says:

    Joe, I think Lori’s was referring to a Chicago Bear but you’re right they are a sneaky bunch.

  3. Ian Bouchard says:

    Sadly, that would do a much better job keeping the fire department out in the event of an emergency than it would any unwanted intruders.

    How is this better than a working panic bar to get out, and room key access in?

  4. Glenn Goulet says:

    I think their security team is confused.

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