Good morning humans, Bear here. So sorry about the
scare last week.
I'm good and want to thank you all for the well wishes!
It's just that I couldn't possibly believe it was
my real Osa at the door
...not after all that has happened. So I ran. I ran up the coast along the city of angels, with the wildlife in the vast wilderness of Muir Woods, between the massive trees of the Redwoods. I ran through Port Orford - snatching up buttery salmon with every step, ate cheese in Tillamook and roasted artisanal coffee with Modest Mouse in Portland. I ran rampant in Olympia - where the forest and the water become one, boarded a ferry in Bremerton before sneaking past the Fremont Troll. Once in Seattle, I cooked. I cooked five courses and threw a party for new friends that welcomed me with open arms. The Great Oso once told me if I ever again felt in danger, this was the place I was to come.
I'm grateful to the
Five Kingdom Alliance
for locating me and explaining the true story with
and, amazingly, Osito. My cub! I had the opportunity to speak to them via secure internet connection a few days ago. I feel so blessed and will count the days until I get to see them in bear.
All that said, I have decided it's in everyone's best interest that I remain in Seattle for the time being. I don't trust
is truly as dormant as they seem and believe an attack may be imminent. Us 100 animals protected by the Five Kingdom Alliance have been targeted time and time again and I can't put Osa or Osito at risk. So I'll stay here until things calm down and do what I know best; cook and connect new friends. If you know any humans in the Seattle area, have them come see me
and we'll have a party.
Osa Bear, well, she's the best bear and chef I know. She's the creator of many of the dishes I serve and the inspiration behind the others. She agrees it's best for her and Osito remain in San Diego, continuing to take the dining experience we created together to new heights. She has already classed up the joint during our
, and my Osito is getting his paws dirty at
Brunch by Bear
. One of his recent creations is below. I couldn't be a prouder papa. If you go see them for a meal, give 'em a giant bear hug for me.
***(I hope you're all enjoying watching the story unfold! If you have any questions about your existing reservation, please email me directly at
. Thanks for being a friend of Cow by Bear! We're just getting started.)
My cub, Osito, enjoying his tasty Blueberry Crumble.