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    • norseman
      Nice find!   Someday I would like Alpine Touring skis. Right now I'm on snow shoes. They suck. But better than walking!
    • Airdale
      I've never been on snowshoes, but began cross country skiing with the family in '93 at age 42 and continued until '01, skipping two seasons when arthritis destroyed my right hip and recovering after the surgery in June of '98. Every place we skied started at over 6,000 feet and some climbed to over 7,000 and by age 50 I was in better shape even than when working on the flight deck of the USS Enterprise during the Vietnam war in my early 20's. The latter was hard work, but it was at sea level or a couple hundred feet above when Stateside at NAS Lemoore, CA; moving through snow at over a mile in altitude, even with slick boards stuck on your feet is serious exertion. Oh yeah, gliding down a half mile of groomed trail is great fun, but you didn't get to the head of that slope on a lift and when you get to the bottom you'll have another hill to duck walk up before that fun glide repeats. Replacing the slick boards with baskets can only make every step harder and you don't get that free ride on the down slopes. To even suggest that something like the track in the photo below from BFRO Report # 37974 was made by someone with fake feet strapped to their boots leaping in five foot steps cross ways up a mountain slope at over 7,000 feet is beyond even my vivid imagination to comprehend! That photo was made just over 31 miles almost due east and about 2,600 feet higher than where I'm sitting in my home office typing. Here is the link to the report: http://bfro.net/GDB/show_report.asp?id=37974    
    • norseman
      Next time your in snow country? Buy some snow shoes and go try it. You will change your mind quickly. Snowshoes force a man to spread his legs wider and sort of shuffle along. Nothing like what we see with snow trackways associated with Bigfoot. Which are spread apart and inline.   I can assure it’s not a hoax and it’s not a Bear. Mule deer stot or hop along. Which can look similar but they do not do this for long periods of time. And Mule deer do not reside in the Himalayas.    If you definitively get this figured out with a mundane explanation? Please let me know.    
    • Redbone
      I was very surprised to find that the 1941 Chapman/Ruby Creek incident that Thomas Steenburg talks about was not in the SSR. I've fixed that tonight... https://bigfootforums.com/topic/72314-british-columbia-fraser-valley-oct-1941-report-1000009-ruby-creek-chapman-incident/
    • 7.62
      Well they would all have to be in it and people talk . The trackway wouldn't be made that high up for the chance someone finds it.   Either that whole unit is in on it plus the officer and decided to lie and fake tracks or they are real.  You think that many guys can keep a secret ... I don't 
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