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Madison5716

Become known as the go-to person in your area. Make your interest in bigfoot public, despite the occasional big of mockery, and Oregonians have stories.

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wiiawiwb

It's a gorgeous area the two of you do your sasquatching in.  Very green, dense, wet, with endless forests. Prime habitat.

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SWWASAS

Skeptics wonder how BF could be there in any numbers but not be seen in the forests.     Those that know the history of World War II know that a German Army infiltrated the Ardens Forest in great numbers including dozens of tanks without being detected by the Allies before the Germans launched into what became the Battle of the Bulge.  Madisons forest pictures could literally be hiding an army of BF.   

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NorthWind and I returned to the sighting site - I'm losing track of my days here - two weeks ago? - and found deer in the same area. This is what the deer looked like. Definitely not what we saw! I'm really glad that we saw the deer, even though they were not what we were looking for.

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Date & Time - Monday, September 7, 2020 - 10pm+

Weather - Warm 75°F, some wildfire smoke, very windy, hazardous 

Location - Lane County Oregon

 

What Happened- NorthWind and I went out with our FLIR cameras to explore an area where I had my first encounter at exactly this time of year in 2012. The trail was hazardous, with falling tree limbs and branches all over the path. We bailed after 15 minutes down the nearest road after a huge tree limb broke and crashed on the path 50 feet behind us. Must have been 15 inches in diameter from the sound of it, it was big. Cracking, swaying trees all around us in the dark.  It was probably stupid, especially since I still have tubes sticking out of my chest and bandages, LOL, but I was going stir crazy sitting at home.

 

We did see eyeshine across the river in flashlight beams. But whatever it was, it was hiding behind cold, dense bushes and only an indistinct head shape showed, really, only the eyes. No idea what it was. Kinda scary walk.  You can see in the bridge picture that the sky is beginning to fill with smoke.

 

There are several fires burning near where we go bigfooting, and where we drive.  The whole McKenzie River valley has sporadic fires.  It's one of the most beautiful places on the planet and it's breaking my heart to see it in flames.  I even have friends who have been evacuated and will likely lose their homes.  Sad.

 

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BlackRockBigfoot

@NorthWind

@Madison5716

 

Just logged into YouTube and see that your latest video dropped.

 

I am only a couple of minutes into it, but I am glad to see that you have retained your sense of humor throughout all of this!  

 

Well, one of you has, anyways...  Lol.

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Date & Time - Saturday,  September 26, 2020 from 7pm to 11pm

Location  - the Oregon Cascades,  the "Hairy Creek" area

Weather  - Partially clear sky, no wind, 65 degrees. Utterly gorgeous. Moonlight.

What Happened - NorthWind and I went out to the "Hairy Creek " area. We found stuff there, but we want to research the exciting area more and have more to post. It's also a -difficult - area to share, do hang in there and we'll have more posts.

 

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Date & Time - Saturday October 9, 2020 all day basically 

Location - 200 mile road trip, through the Oregon Cascades 

Weather - 65°F, occasional rain

What Happened- NorthWind and I went out to see some of our research areas that burned,  but we were unable to get there due to road closures due to the aftermath of the fires. So, we went on a drive to Clear Lake, Fish Lake, several sections of a lava tube and Sahalie Falls. Alas, not a sign of a sasquatch anywhere. But it was a lot of fun!

 

Sahalie Falls is above. Below - some pix of the burned out areas.

 

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Maybe NorthWind has pictures of the lava tubes, I can't find them. And Fish Lake and Clear Lake. IDK what's up with my phone. Hmmm. Oh he sent them to me. Thanks!

 

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hiflier

I know your fire after math photos are only a small fraction of the total devastation but they certainly tell the story of destruction. The burned out vehicles also demonstrated the speed with which it occurred. Unbelievable.

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1 hour ago, Madison5716 said:

NorthWind and I went out to see some of our research

 

I can't believe you're out hicking already!

 

Stay safe.

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Oh, we've been out the two weekends before this, and hiked a bit. Not much, only a mile or so each time, probably the same on this Saturday. This was my third weekend walking in the woods. Last weekend was much more difficult, we were literally bushwacking for that mile, lol! I'm using my light pack, and honestly not carrying much more than a water bottle, a layer, lunch and a first aid kit if I fall in a creek.

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hiflier

OH NO! Not the creek! ;) All joking aside it's so great to see you out there again with NorthWind. The two of you are on my high list of respect, especially you m'lady.

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