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    • langfordbc
      Glad you made it out. Sounds like you were pretty well prepared - I'm sure the 4x4 club rescue guys much prefer helping guys who've at least made an effort to help themselves first.   I now have a Garmin Inreach when I go for longer trips. I had to walk 20 miles out through prime grizzly country several years ago, starting at about 800pm. We finally made it to a road that somebody might be on at 300am (still probably 10 miles from the tiny end-of-the-road town of Wells, BC). Lit a fire and had a half hour nap before somebody amazingly came by and drove us in. I might have put 20 miles on but my lab (in the pic) probably covered 60!
    • hiflier
      Buckling up is the least I can do when those guys are out there in the worst of conditions restoring power. They have, and deserve, my untold respect. admiration, and gratitude.
    • BC witness
      Nice adventuring in a hot spot. It's always interesting to meet and talk with fellow squatchers.    The intertwining in pics 1 & 2 is intriguing. Pic 1 is something I see frequently in similarly treed areas here in BC, and I attribute it to a combination of wind and snow load taking out the poorly rooted specimens.
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      Buckle up @hiflier could be worse, you could be a lineman on Mount Washington, New Hampshire at -100F windchill
    • entropy
      So, last summer I had some personal business in NW Ohio and used Cambridge, OH as a stopover point, which is the closest town to Salt Fork State Park.  I summarized my field trip findings and posted some interesting pics in a prior post linked here:  Salt Fork Summer '22 Trip Summary .   I made the same trip a few weeks ago in mid-January.  Originally was going to do an dusk/evening hike but arrived later than expected and it was pitch black, freezing, and wet.  I geared up appropriately and put on a headlamp, but decided the better part of valor was discretion and just tooled around a bit at the beginning of the Morgan's Knob Trail (the pine forest part, if anyone's been to it before).  I then left the trail and drove off the beaten path on some of the gravel roads in the park to see if I might get lucky with a sighting, but no dice.  Absolutely beautiful stargazing, though.   The next day in the late morning I made it out for some hiking.  I went to check out the area where I'd seen what I suspected was a tree structure on my prior trip and was pleased to see it was still there, unchanged (pics 2 and 3 below).  More interesting than that, though, was the trio of pushed-over trees I noticed on my hike out to the tree structure (pic 1 below).  They looked a bit odd b/c no other trees around them were pushed over or had fallen over, and it seemed the three were intentionally pushed over in the same direction.  Not sure it's significant, but it did look interesting, and I'm curious to know what others think.   Anyway, after my hike, I did a few more short walks, and then drove in a loop on some of the gravel roads in the park.  Came upon a pickup truck with some bigfoot stickers on it, and stopped to have a nice chat with a fellow 'squatcher named Wayne who had driven down from PA.  I gave him some tips on the known hotspots in the park, and we showed each other photos of tree structures we both had come across.  His was from North Georgia and wasn't too different in appearance (kind of an asterisk shape) in the one I'd found at Salt Fork.  I'd heard on a recent Bigfoot Eyewitness Radio podcast that the asterisk-shaped structures supposedly commemorate a birth.      
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