Next summer my family and I are planning on staying at our remote property for about a month to build a cabin. I already snow machined in all of my roof and floor lumber last winter. This winter I am going to haul in the logs for my cabin, along with my door and windows, insulation, and a lot of the other miscellaneous hardware and supplies. A couple things I am concerned about is the insulation and gas cans. I have heard about bears chewing up insulation and gas cans. Are there ways that I can prevent this from happening? I plan on using a Honda 2000 generator and also I will have my boat with a 20 hp engine to run around the lake and fish. I am figuring that I will need about 20 gallons of gas per week, so I plan on taking out about 80 gallons of gas. I am curious to know what other's think about my estimate on gas usage as well. Am I being too conservative with my estimate? I don't think I will go through an entire 5 gallons of gas per day. I was thinking maybe 5 gallons every other day was reasonable.