Reese Witherspoon Continues Wild-Inspired Camping Trip, Bear-Watches with Her Son

Reese Witherspoon Continues <em>Wild</em>-Inspired Camping Trip, Bear-Watches with Her Son
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Reese Witherspoon is continuing her Wild-inspired rustic hiking trip with her 12-year-old son Deacon, and her latest Snapchat story shows the mother-son duo roughing it going bear spotting, riding horses, and sampling sea kelp.

The 40-year-old actress, who headed out to the camping expedition in British Columbia, Canada, on Sunday, has been sharing photos of her and her mini-me enjoying the great outdoors on Instagram, and now the mom of two is documenting some definite firsts on Snapchat.

The Oscar-winning actress proved that she might have more in common with author Cheryl Strayed, whom she portrayed in the 2014 film Wild, than we thought when she posted a selfie of her and her look-alike son dressed for the weather in red rain jackets. "Going bear watching," she wrote on the photo.

Reese Witherspoon Wild Camping with son Deacon
Reese Witherspoon/SnapChat

She then took to the social media platform to post a shot of an actual bear playing in the water, which she cheekily captioned, "Yum."

Reese Witherspoon Wild Camping with son Deacon
Reese Witherspoon/SnapChat

Witherspoon previously shared a photo of herself bonding with a horse on Instagram, and on Tuesday Deacon got his own close-up on Snapchat when the proud mom took a photo of her son riding a brown horse in the creek:

Reese Witherspoon Wild Camping with son Deacon
Reese Witherspoon/SnapChat

The Legally Blonde star also showed off her adventurous side when it comes to food. She Snapped herself trying sea kelp—though from her expression it appears she's not the biggest fan.

Reese Witherspoon Wild Camping with son Deacon
Reese Witherspoon/SnapChat

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The real Cheryl Strayed may have some competition!

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