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NatFoot
42 minutes ago, Twist said:

Talking about the fake BF in the woods ? 

 

Yes.

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Wolfjewel

You didn’t go up close to it and check out how “mechanical” it was?

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daveedoe
14 hours ago, Wolfjewel said:

You didn’t go up close to it and check out how “mechanical” it was?

 

I did not go onto their property. Just barley spotted it from the road. Being from SW Washington and growing up with local Bigfoot stories, I never knew there was so many locations where people had sightings. I had always thought Bigfoot range was only from northern California to SW Alaska. I can see how the forests in East Texas and SE Oklahoma could  support Bigfoot. One thing for sure there where plenty white tailed deer where we were.

I don't like hoaxing but I'd bet this mechanical looking Bigfoot was only intended for  fun for guests. There where Bigfoot cut outs and statues at just about all the shops, good for tourism and cash in on a legend.  

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gigantor

I'm in South Florida keeping an eye out for skunk apes..

 

 

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hiflier

Check under the umbrellas ;) Don't let the bikinis fool you!

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hiflier

Yeah Dude! Good for you. Carry nitro myself for the last 12 years (never have needed it) and have done everything from winter camping to bushwhacking. Take your time, enjoy being on two feet and let your eyes do the research. I can't express how glad I am to see your drive to hang tough. Breath deep and soak in the beauty. Looks like a good area to explore and get stronger in and I hope you're going with some company. At least for the time being.

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BC witness

Glad to hear you're getting out, norse. 

I got out Sunday for a long drive through some less travelled high country, with my youngest boy and his girlfriend along to make sure this old fart made it back home. We did the traverse from Harrison East FSR over Kookipi Pass to the Nahatlatch Valley, an older deactivated logging road that made travel very slow due to the frequent cross ditching and washouts. We didn't see anything other than some does and a bunny, but it was a beautiful day, with some spectacular scenery. Lots of deer tracks and bear scat, but no Sasquatch sign. 

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norseman

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South fork of Sherman creek off of hwy 20 (Sherman pass)

 

Found what looked like Black bear hair. Found where he was scratching up a post at the USFS corral. I usually park here when I bring the horse trailer.

 

Someone cut the head and buttons off of a rattle snake ahead of me on the FS rd.

 

Saw some deer is all. Pretty uneventful. I didn’t crash....that was a plus.

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Incorrigible1

The frustrated herpetologist in me screams.

 

Beautiful photos and vistas, this plainsman is a little jelly. But there's places for venomous snakes, and remote areas like this are exactly such places. Let them live!

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Huntster
1 hour ago, Incorrigible1 said:

.............there's places for venomous snakes, and remote areas like this are exactly such places.......

 

So is the cast iron frying pan over a nice, hot mesquite fire.

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norseman

Now I have a mess to clean up this morn...

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7 hours ago, Incorrigible1 said:

The frustrated herpetologist in me screams.

 

Beautiful photos and vistas, this plainsman is a little jelly. But there's places for venomous snakes, and remote areas like this are exactly such places. Let them live!

 

Too many ranchers and horses and cattle I think. They run cattle up there. I live directly across the river and have only bull snakes. For some reason...

6 hours ago, Huntster said:

 

So is the cast iron frying pan over a nice, hot mesquite fire.

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norseman

Night has fallen.... let the black bear games begin. 🤠

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NatFoot

I would've guessed that a grizzly. Thought I could see the hump and all.

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