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NorthWind
On 5/5/2020 at 10:20 AM, Bigtex said:

 

Really cool to find the tiny prints....the babies must get carried around a lot, but put down by creeks to drink & play, that's where I always seem to find them....

 

Madison and I have been noticing the same thing, BigTex. 

 

Have you measured the baby prints? The ones that we have noticed are in the 6 to 7 inch range.

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Bigtex

Hey NorthWind....hope you and family are doing well:) I don't measure or cast....usually try to get my size 9'EE' in there for a rough size estimate, but moving pretty fast keeping up with Lulu....she won't wait for such things, lol!

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NorthWind
On 5/22/2020 at 9:00 AM, Bigtex said:

Hey NorthWind....hope you and family are doing well:) I don't measure or cast....usually try to get my size 9'EE' in there for a rough size estimate, but moving pretty fast keeping up with Lulu....she won't wait for such things, lol!

 

Thanks for the well wishes. No family currently. Long story, don't want to get into it. I hope you and yours are well, too. Eager to get back out there and start exploring a few new areas while waiting for the lakes to drain. 

 

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the parkie

If you keep finding something that you think bigfoots are chewing on, then their dna will be on it. Why not carefully bag some up, send it for analysis and prove their existence? This will then stop people trying to shoot one to get a body to prove their existence and will help preserve their habitat. 

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Bigtex

Hey Parkie…..it's been a journey to say the least since my first sighting in the Fall of 1959, and for many years I really wanted to prove the Hairyman's existence…..but not anymore, they are better off a cryptid, and they seem to appreciate that!

 

Here are a few recent prints, and more discarded Sotol snacks. We share a lot of the same trails in my area, am constantly finding the discarded leaves this time of year, and pretty sure they are leaving them so I see them......they must be observing me taking pics of this over the years, plus they seem to love them as an 'on the go' snack.

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Catmandoo

Do you know if the Sotul has a laxative effect?  Just curious because in the PNW,  the 'skunk cabbage' growth is robust in the springtime and the bears eat it to 'clean' themselves out after a sedentary winter.

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