Hello all, I'm looking for some local insights on bears and winds in and around the Toba Inlet. First the bears. We travel often to the Sierra here in California and the bears are habituated to us humans to the point they will approach people on some of the more traveled trails to steal the backpacks from hikers. We are considering a night of camping in July, possibly near Gastineau Bay. We are versed in the use of bear cans, hanging food and proper protocols of keeping sleeping areas and odors separate. We have a can of bear spray and an air horn. With that said, are there a any other experiences and information that might be important for our planning? Second winds. I understand the winds can vary in the Toba. We will not travel beyond Gastineua Bay. It seems the weather graphs have AM southwesterly winds and PM switch of near 180. Any comments on this trend or pattern? How do the winds impact the Pryce Channel which we need to cross to get into the Toba inlet? Thank you all for any advice or information.