Todd: So， Asako we're talking about Alaska. Now， in Alaska， there's lots of wilderness. Some people say it's the most wild area left in the wolrd. Did you get a chance to go camping or hiking?英语阅读文章
Asako: Oh， yeah. Camping almost every single weekend. That's a joke， but... Yeah， many times. I camped and of course people enjoy hiking， rock climbing. If you're not really an outdoor type， you can enjoy barbecuing， but yeah， some people do enjoy outdoor.
Todd: Well， you know， for bears， so when you would go hiking or camping would ever see any bears?
Asako: Of course.
Asako: Yeah. Of course. Wolves. Bears. You can name it.
Todd: Bears. Wolves.
Todd: And people still go out there?
Asako: Of course.
Todd: Yeah， but aren't you afraid of the bears?
Asako: Well， you have to know what you are supposed to do， but yeah.
Todd: Well， what do you do?
Asako: Well， you have to be careful about what you would do with your food. You know. You don't put your leftovers anywhere you like. You have to be really careful with that， and also you have to know how you are supposed to act when you actually meet a bear when you are hiking， but if you have the right knowledge， you should be OK. Of course， but you should be OK.
Todd: Wow! So what do you they tell you to do if you see a bear?
Asako: Well， you're supposed to wave your hands.
Todd: Wave your hands. Up high?
Asako: Up high.
Todd: So you seem taller?
Asako: You seem taller and also bears have never seen animals doing stuff like that， but when bears are really hungry， then you still， yeah， so there are bears that are really hungry and maybe look crazy， so you're still taking a chance， but.
Todd: Well， what about a wolf? Or wolves? Do you do the same thing for wolves?
Asako: Well， actually， the only wolves I've seen was in the Denali Park. I was in a car， so I didn't have any problems， so I really don't know what I am supposed to do when I meet wolves.
Todd: Now for the local people，， a wolf or a bear?
Asako: You don't see many wolves， but you do see a lot of bears so maybe bears.
Todd: Oh， yeah. Well， they both sound scary to me.