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  2. hiflier

    Why can't we find and study Bigfoot?

    I'm thinking SWWASAS is referring to modern Humans which didn't arrive in Europe until 40,000 years ago. They were in Africa and the Levant before that. And you are correct, remains are found in Europe and elsewhere, but those remains were from other branches of Humans, not the 200,000 year old Cro-Magnons who were our direct ancestors
  3. the parkie

    Why can't we find and study Bigfoot?

    Sorry, this is going back quite a bit in this thread, and you may now already be aware that there have been remains much older than 130,000 years found in Europe! Many examples are cited in this wikipedia article for instance. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hominid_dispersals_in_Europe
  4. If you are going to have ketchum, be sure to have mustard with that above mentioned combo.
  5. Are you sure that's her thumb and not part of the background? I feel like, if that was her thumb, someone would have noticed and pointed it out by now. I've never seen it mentioned before. Look at the first two panels on your image; whatever that is stays at the exact same angle even though the rest of the arm and hand are moving.
  6. BlackRockBigfoot

    What backpack do you use?

    Good looking pack. What's the cost on it? I wanted to try a different brand...like HPG or Mystery Ranch. But, the Osprey for like it had been made for me.
  7. Wow. Beautiful dogs...
  8. You're right it does depend on the dog and his health . My shepherd stuck to me like glue , I spent a long time on training and my job allowed me to have him with me all the time. He ( my shepherd )trained my Husky . He stays with me just like my shepherd did. I have never used a leash on him unless it's a vet visit .
  9. I suppose it depends on the dog! Mine stays home, for the most part, though he found a sasquatch where we didn't expect, and I don't know if it would have revealed itself if my doggo hadn't smelled him. My old man - he's 12, slowing down, losing his eyesight and in the past six months he's gone deaf. He's basically a couch potato now. Maybe the next dog will get out more.
  10. Madison5716

    What backpack do you use?

    My beloved 20L Osprey is too small, at least for winter. I'm looking at getting the Savotta Jaakari, 30L. Maybe. IDK. https://finn-savotta.fi/en/products/jaakari-m/
  11. You ain't kidding His latest one has been on 22 hours and has over 1,300 comments . And a good dog he's my warning system and he's never failed me. I know some folks say leave the dog at home but when I hike he's with me always .
  12. True, that. Like NorthWind said - cougars, bears and tweekers. The Oregon backwoods have some odd and dangerous weirdos.
  13. Wow. I just checked. 105,000 subscribers. And he releases videos constantly. That has to be some serious YouTube coin...
  14. Okay thanks I agree man His channel is growing everyday
  15. He's not. Beansbaxter said this a few posts ago..."Back on topic....I hate to by cynical but it's impossible anymore. I'm guessing his goal or big reveal or whatever it is he's working toward is going to cost around $5.99 a month." Beans is guessing that the Steve's big reveal is going to be a monthly fee podcast or something. Nothing definitive yet, just going by what the other folks who get name recognition in the field do. I am still of the opinion that Steve, Paulides, Carpenter, et al are going to try to develop a higher profile nationwide research group like the BFRO, but based around the Ketchum study and Paulides/Carpenter's views on Bigfoot. Paulides gets a lot of attention...and Steve is blowing up on YouTube right now.
  16. It's clearly Gollum from "The Lord of the Rings"! Also, my opinion, but if there's been more sasquatch talk lately with several shows and whatnot, the best way to continue to discredit the whole idea is to focus in on the woo factor. Most folks laugh at the oddities. I suppose that's a bit of conspiracy theory, but so be it. If you follow the money, the money doesn't benefit from acknowledgement of the species.
  17. What did I miss on the how to hunt channel charging $5.99 ? I just watched his latest video and didn't see him mention it I'm lost
  18. Yeah, I agree. Just figured that maybe a smaller shotgun option might appeal to him since he can't carry a handgun
  19. 7.62

    What backpack do you use?

    I don't hike for extended days so I just use a over the shoulder sling pack . It has room for what I need but I also have a a bunch of packs of various makes I've collected over the years.
  20. It has it's cool factor for sure but it's nice to have a stock , just my opinion when it comes to shotguns . That doesn't mean I won't own one soon but agree it's easy to pack if that is one of his considerations
  21. Wait what did I miss ? who's charging $5.99 Yup shotgun would be my choice in the bush if I'm only carrying for self defense against 4 or two legged threats
  22. I posted V1 of it a few years ago if you have the search skills to find it. I tried and failed so clearly I am not up to the task. I will work on posting V2 but it may be a while as I will want to review it one more time to check for stupid errors. Will get my HS daughter to check the math. Here are the pics and lines I used to calculate the final dimension. The tricky part is understanding it is a 2D pic of a 3D object so twist in the Z axis which is unknown but can be estimated will impact the final height dimension by upwards of 6 inches. While the lines may look crude, they are based on real world anatomy as far as I could determine. Hope this helps. 3rd edit lol - That is a huge thumb. Will add calculating its length to the to list as it appears way beyond human range to the visual eye.
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  24. BlackRockBigfoot

    What backpack do you use?

    I used an Osprey Stratos 24 all summer for short outings. Most comfortable hot weather pack I have ever worn, but space is an issue. The frame/webbing design is an absolute dream come true for my sweaty back during the Carolina summer. I was going to get a Hill People Gear Umlindi or Ute, but I tried on an Osprey Kestrel 48 last week and was sold. It is an extremely comfortable pack. Going to put it through its paces this weekend. Osprey seems to be like Merrell...one of those companies that I just can't seem to escape.
  25. That narration is missing in the digital version, so I just may have to get the CDs.
  26. I'm pretty much in agreement. I do not think he is out for money. He's said many times (paraphrasing) that he wants bigfoot acknowledged so people traumatized by their experiences and by others responses to their experience are validated and can get the help they need. I'll take him at face value 'til he shows otherwise. My guess is he has the delusional belief that if he can get enough "groundswell" behind him, he can force the US or Canadian government to acknowledge bigfoot. (A bit like hiflier has tried to do here but on a grander scale.) I think he's kidding himself. I think one of these days his big event is going to be ... crickets. Maybe I'll be wrong. Time will tell. MIB
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