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  2. Arvedis

    Sasquatch and Civic Duty

    Through the years, interacting with plenty of pro kill folks, they all say their goal is to have BF confirmed by science. It's so ironic that it takes Bigfoot to get people interested in education. I am certain that reasoning is just an excuse to get the mystery out of their head. If only these people understood the world of academics and how little BF means. As if it would be anything more than a trending news article or "viral" sensation. Then bleep, its 15 minutes of fame are up. But of course the proof of its existence solves a mystery for people, as if it's an important life mission. The real reason pro kill bigmouths want a dead BF is for you. You want closure. It's all about your motives. When was the last time you were in a museum? Do you really think you know anything about science reading wikipedia and watching YouTube? The argument is laughable but I just play along because I enjoy watching the chase.
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  4. NorthWind

    Cooking in the field

    Awesome, sounds good! Bears will be smelling bacon!
  5. https://blueridgecountry.com/archive/favorites/ottie-cline-powell/ Too many similarities between this and others to be readily dismissed offhand as just another "wandering child" scenario, I'd say.
  6. BigTreeWalker

    Field trips 2.0

    Why the fee? Does it cross private property?
  7. SSRID: 8589 Report Score: 5 Sighting Date: 10/01/1968 Sighting Time: 22:00 Moonphase: Duration (mm:ss): Season: 3 - Fall (Sep 20 - Dec 19) State: MD County: Worcester Latitude: 38.129860 Longitude: -75.453540 Altitude: 6 ft BFRO Class: A - Class A Sighting Type: M - Multiple Creature Witness: 2 - Multiple, no evidence Witness Activity: D - Driving (road) Witness Gender: Male Witness Age: 0 Witness Feeling: 0 - Unknown Witness Occupation: Unknown Terrain: W - Wooded Plain Zoning: P - Park Land / Refuge Photo Evidence: N - None Footprint Evidence: N - None Footprint Length: 0 - 0" Stride Length: 0 ft 0 in Height (ft): 8 Height (in): 0 Hair/fur Color: U - Unknown Skin: U - Unknown Organization: John Green 992006 Researcher: Mark Opsasnick Confidence: Low Report URL: https://bigfootforums.com/topic/68829-maryland-worcester-county-fall-1968-or-69-report-992006/ Biological Evidence Animal Activity E - Eating F - Food Gathering Animal Disposition Animal Locomotion Weather Other O - Odor E - Eye Shine
  8. SSRID: 8588 Report Score: 5 Sighting Date: 05/01/1968 Sighting Time: 18:00 Moonphase: Duration (mm:ss): Season: 1 - Spring (Mar 20 - Jun 19) State: MD County: Baltimore Latitude: 39.328574 Longitude: -76.649285 Altitude: 259 ft BFRO Class: A - Class A Sighting Type: S - Single Creature Witness: 2 - Multiple, no evidence Witness Activity: D - Driving (road) Witness Gender: Both Witness Age: 0 Witness Feeling: 0 - Unknown Witness Occupation: Unknown Terrain: W - Wooded Plain Zoning: S - Suburb Photo Evidence: N - None Footprint Evidence: N - None Footprint Length: 0 - 0" Stride Length: 0 ft 0 in Height (ft): 7 Height (in): 6 Hair/fur Color: U - Unknown Skin: U - Unknown Organization: John Green 992002 Researcher: Bigfoot Digest Confidence: Low Report URL: https://bigfootforums.com/topic/68825-maryland-baltimore-county-may-1968-report-992002/ Biological Evidence Animal Activity Animal Disposition Animal Locomotion W - Walking Weather Other
  9. Catmandoo

    Field trips 2.0

    Did you say fire damage? Rattlesnake Creek fire damage from years ago. The images are just below Hart's Pass. The views are on the east side of the P-C-T. What is with the fires near the P-C-T ? I saw 1 deer in this area. Looking west, The P-C-T runs along the ridge in the background. The P-C-T crosses the road. There is a campground further up this road. Can't remember the name but it is a perfect telescope campground. Campsites are level and paved. Spendy, the pass to get through here was $80. I went past this area to prospect below Baron, on Slate Creek. This area is easy to find. Travel to Mazama WA., gas up, go west. The fire damage takes a long time to heal.
  10. gigantor

    The hunted

    Watched it tonight, it was very interesting.
  11. Madison5716

    Cooking in the field

    Oh next time we go out in n the woods, let's do it up! Make a day camp, cook some food and let the bigfoots find us instead of hiking all over the forest looking for them! As long as we can keep the cougar and the bears away. Those 50 bear poop piles might deter me a bit, but what about setting up right off the road? You know where I'm thinking! We could even stay until twilight, with just enough light to get off the mountain before full dark. That would be fun! Let's do it! I'm a good camp cook and I have lots of cast iron cookware.. I got my ghost meter back from Tobe yesterday at Strangebrau, so we can play with that, too. Oh, and I recorded some Thom Powell and Ron Morehead for you to hear. Fun!
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  13. NorthWind

    Cooking in the field

    I prefer moose or even bison to elk meat, but I'm not too picky. Had these recently with dinner. Grew these pearl oyster mushrooms myself. I love learning how to do new things. Dutch oven cooking is something I would like to learn one of these days, too. And I would like to build a cedar strip canoe.
  14. SSRID: 8587 Report Score: 5 Sighting Date: 04/01/1978 Sighting Time: 18:00 Moonphase: Duration (mm:ss): Season: 1 - Spring (Mar 20 - Jun 19) State: MD County: Harford Latitude: 39.584305 Longitude: -76.503650 Altitude: 590 ft BFRO Class: A - Class A Sighting Type: S - Single Creature Witness: 2 - Multiple, no evidence Witness Activity: N - Normal Activity at Home Witness Gender: Male Witness Age: 0 Witness Feeling: 0 - Unknown Witness Occupation: Unknown Terrain: W - Wooded Plain Zoning: R - Rural Photo Evidence: N - None Footprint Evidence: N - None Footprint Length: 0 - 0" Stride Length: 0 ft 0 in Height (ft): 7 Height (in): 6 Hair/fur Color: C - Cinnamon Skin: U - Unknown Organization: John Green 992105 Researcher: Mark Opsasnick Confidence: Low Report URL: https://bigfootforums.com/topic/68821-maryland-harford-county-april-1978-report-992105/ Biological Evidence Animal Activity S - Peeking / Watching Animal Disposition C - Curious Animal Locomotion W - Walking Weather Other
  15. BigTreeWalker

    Field trips 2.0

    In OfflineMaps it's all done at the same time. You find a spot, which you can mark. Then use the GPS in the app to get there. If you want to see terrain switch to topo. If you want to see what's there or forest cover switch to satellite. There's also a compass if your phone has that capability. Since it's all one program it works seemlessly.
  16. wiiawiwb

    The hunted

    The Sierra Camp sound recordings are fantastic. Worth the price of the film itself especially considering these were made in 1974.
  17. MIB

    Field trips 2.0

    Thanks. Interesting idea. I don't have any issues locating spots with the GPS, the problem is the accuracy of the GPS maps. If I take coordinates off of Google Earth and create a waypoint on the GPS, I can get within 2-3 feet of the spot on the ground. So the issue Friday was that Garmin's map was wrong. I'm not sure there are better maps, I suspect what I'm doing is the best that can be done. I'm looking forward to returning to that area once the weather cools a bit. i'm going to do 2 things differently. First, I'm not leaving my canteen in the truck, second, I'm going to mark the truck's location so I'm not having to relocate it by dead reckoning again. MIB
  18. norseman

    Sasquatch and Civic Duty

    Shhhhhh......
  19. Twist

    Sasquatch and Civic Duty

    Is there not a little irony in defending the shooting of a BF to a user with the screen name 7.62? Lol
  20. norseman

    Sasquatch and Civic Duty

    Feelings and emotions. While admirable, it’s just not the foundation of how human understanding of the natural world works. Physical evidence is how it works. Until Sasquatch takes its place in a museum somewhere? It doesn’t exist.
  21. Show Me Bigfoot

    Sasquatch and Civic Duty

    While not something that can be proven MK Davis seem to have evidence that a juvenile (maybe more) was shot during that time and marked Bob as one of the shooters. This mostly came out on a Dee Doss interview with MK on the BDRP. Certainly look that one up and watch it.
  22. Show Me Bigfoot

    Sasquatch and Civic Duty

    I personally don't believe a dead BF is going to help as I feel those in power have/had plenty of specimens. I reason that just as I reason they exist based on circumstantial evidence and testimony. Comb through the links on Show Me Bigfoot as I have and you'll find plenty of fingers pointing to this. Can I be wrong? **** right! Equally we could all be chasing unicorns. Throughout my years I've heard countless stories of special teams that remove and clean areas and afterward "debrief" the victims. While not a BF incident the LBL story is perfect evidence of this. So you kill a BF and parade it through town with the media in tow. Next thing you know you're a hoaxer and your family and finances are in ruins. Seems to be how it works. To be clear, I'm not trying to sway or change any minds in this forum. Just wanted to let you know my stance and why on "kill vs no-kill".
  23. SSRID: 8586 Report Score: 4 Sighting Date: 03/20/1978 Sighting Time: 18:00 Moonphase: Duration (mm:ss): Season: 1 - Spring (Mar 20 - Jun 19) State: MD County: Harford Latitude: 39.594020 Longitude: -76.474710 Altitude: 629 ft BFRO Class: A - Class A Sighting Type: S - Single Creature Witness: 1 - Single, no evidence Witness Activity: O - Other Witness Gender: Male Witness Age: 0 Witness Feeling: 0 - Unknown Witness Occupation: Unknown Terrain: W - Wooded Plain Zoning: R - Rural Photo Evidence: N - None Footprint Evidence: N - None Footprint Length: 0 - 0" Stride Length: 0 ft 0 in Height (ft): 0 Height (in): 0 Hair/fur Color: U - Unknown Skin: U - Unknown Organization: John Green 992093 Researcher: Bob Chance Confidence: Low Report URL: https://bigfootforums.com/topic/68818-maryland-harford-county-march-1978-report-992093/ Biological Evidence Animal Activity Z - Other (no description) Animal Disposition Animal Locomotion Weather Other
  24. 7.62

    Sasquatch and Civic Duty

    I really never thought about dam building very good point on that . I don't know if it's hunters that lost their nerve really. If we are to believe the interviews of the few that had them in their sights it had more to feeling like they were about to kill something human looking that wasn't posing a threat to them. It was just standing there looking at them or just walking away. It would be a different world but that would be a hard film to watch if he shot her as she was walking away.
  25. norseman

    Sasquatch and Civic Duty

    Noel is ostracising people, not you. Why do you find it hard to understand? Environmental Impact Assessments are based on the known flora and fauna of the area. Logging is only one such activity that needs a EA on federal lands. Mining, Road building, Dam building, Cell phone tower construction plus recreational activities, campgrounds, boat launches, trail heads, etc. it’s extensive. I.e. Pac NW native salmon runs are something like 95% extinct. Mostly from dam building. That has nothing to do with logging. But could have the potential to adversely affect something like Sasquatch, yes? So is Sasquatch considered in this decision making process? Absolutely not. Neither are Unicorns, Pixies and Trolls! It happens, yes. People lose their nerve. And each time that a type specimen is not procured? Means another week, year or decade that Sasquatch remains a cryptid with no voice in its future. Imagine if you will, if Bob Gimlin had shot Patty in 67? The species would have been recognized for over 50 years by now. Imagine what a different world we would be living in today?
  26. 7.62

    Cooking in the field

    Great stuff I'm addicted to Dutch oven cooking and never go car camping without mine .
  27. 7.62

    Sasquatch and Civic Duty

    I'm not ostracising anyone who thinks it's the best way to produce evidence I just find it hard to understand the statement you wrote on it's protection ? In my opinion logging companies are bound by federal laws that do protect forests on what they can cut , how they can can cut and to replant . If anything wild fires would be any animals biggest threat which really has no bearing on classifying something as protected . That has more to do with dry weather , lighting , careless campers etc.. I've hunted my self also , killed many of whitetails so I'm no peta type by far it's just killing something like a bigfoot is on another level if it's looking you in the eye standing up right just like you and I. i know you say you would pull the trigger when you have one in your cross hairs but you might decide not to pull that trigger also. It happpens 're
  28. Madison5716

    Cooking in the field

    I love elk jerky. It's the best! I love mushrooms sauteed in butter with a bit of garlic and a lot of bacon. It's 100x better outdoors than inside. Add coffee and it's my favorite camping breakfast! I've also just bought the Uberleben twig stove and that's fun to cook on! Gotta keep feeding the fire, but that's easy, and fun.
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