Well if I sing, there will be no bears, or anyone else around.
Not sure why this might have been subject to deleting as there are MANY campers out here. We spend a LOT of time camping and just returned from a two week + trip down the entire 469 miles of the Blue Ridge Parkway then on the the Smokies. We are at present planing a trip next year up through NY into Canada, then turn left to the Alaska HWY and on to Anchorage, where our son lives with our lovely daughter-in-law. Bears are a REAL concern, and the fine in the Smokies at present can be $75.00 & up. This is no joke- you don't leave food out, or anything used to cook in. Not in your tent, or camper either. Our son down the street gave us a 'YETI" cooler that fits across the rear of the truck bed. When locked, it is bear proof. We saw 3 bears on this last trip, two, were in the campground during the day. Every park has information to hand out on bear proofing your camp. If you are in doubt, ASK!!! Oh yeah, we don't do too bad for seniors.