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Searching For Bigfoot in Oregon - Take 2

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BigTreeWalker

To me the best thing about bigfooting is the chance to get out and enjoy the outdoors regardless of what you find. 

 

Madison, great drive on a rainy day! 

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Madison5716

Thank you! It was beautiful.

 

Good thing I did it yesterday, though. We received over 2" of rain yesterday and over night and all the rivers are flooding today bigtime.

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Madison5716

Link to my Sunday drive:

 

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SWWASAS

I thought about you when I heard about the flooding down South.    Be careful with that.    The morning news showed a gravel truck that had been washed off a road by the flooding.  

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NorthWind

Yep, it's pretty bad around here. Was going to go out squatching this weekend, but with the floods and more rain in the forecast, I think I will stay local and just go the the knife show instead. World's largest!. Fun times. Always need something new in the "sharp and pointy" category. 

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Patterson-Gimlin
On 4/8/2019 at 5:17 PM, BigTreeWalker said:

To me the best thing about bigfooting is the chance to get out and enjoy the outdoors regardless of what you find. 

 

Madison, great drive on a rainy day! 

I have said that exact thing about the great outdoors. Any reason is a good reason. 

 

Chasing mythical creatures or real ones or just enjoying the great outdoors. 

On 4/9/2019 at 2:08 AM, Madison5716 said:

Thank you! It was beautiful.

 

Good thing I did it yesterday, though. We received over 2" of rain yesterday and over night and all the rivers are flooding today bigtime.

Thanks for sharing. That looks awesome. 

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Madison5716

Went camping this weekend on the Umpqua River here in Oregon. 50 during the day, 39° at night. Rained most of the time but just drizzle. The forests are a mess. I wonder if that upsets the squatchy people?

 

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hiflier
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I see you don't dote on your dog too, too much ;) 

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SWWASAS

Oh that was nice to give your dog a blanky!

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hiflier
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Saw your picture in the other thread. YUMMY! I can almost smell the food! If I was "ol' Hairy" I'd be lining up right behind the other BF's that showed up with their big red and white checkered napkins tied around their necks :) 

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Madison5716

My old man doggo was cold ;)

 

Why does chicken & mushrooms (dinner) and coffee, bacon and baked potato taste better when cooked outdoors? I don't know, but It's a proven camping fact!

 

I was sad that the river was too muddy and fast for fishing :( or there might have been trout on the menu, too. Next time!

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hiflier
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Well I can tell you COFFEE sure does ;) 

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SWWASAS

Your dog seem interested in your Sasquatch hunting?     I wish I had their nose.    Sometimes they stare off into the distance and you wonder what they are looking at.   

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spacemonkeymafia

Coffee, bacon, EVERYTHING tastes better in the woods!:sungum:

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