President’s Day and Elder Believers…

Hello again Sasquatch Fans of All Ages…

As always, I hope all is well with each of you…

Well, Happy President’s Day!  It doesn’t matter if you love him or hate him…  He’s still the president and it’s still a holiday.  Holidays are always good, so go enjoy the day with a hike in the woods looking for Sasquatch…

So, according to the AARP, only about 22 percent of adults between 18 and 29 years of age think there is an actual hairy hominid living in the Pacific Northwest.  Not too shocking…  What really floored me was that only 12 percent of people over 65 years old believed.

I’m not over 65 years old, but I am definitely older than 29 and I believe 100 percent.  I’m not planning to lose 88 percent of my belief on my 65th birthday so I guess I’ll be exempt.  My advice to all of you is to keep on believing and to help others get some “belief”…

Elder Belief

Godspeed, loyal readers…Patch for web

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Upcoming CHAMPIONSHIP Fight…

Hello Sasquatch Fans of All Ages…

As always I hope all is well with each of you…

It’s been sort of busy week for me so I have to wrap it up with a bit of humor:

Phil vs Vortex

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Vocalizations in Clam Gulch, Alaska…

Hello again Sasquatch Fans of All Ages…

As always, I hope all is well with each of you…

I want to share with all of you the last encounter of 2018 to be reported to Sasquatch Tracker.  Sasquatch Tracker associate Larry “Beans” Baxter of the Kenia Bigfoot Research Group passed this along to me via email:

vocalization in clam gulchOn December 30, 2018, at approximately 17:30-17:45 hours local: A man playing with his family dogs outside makes “grunting-growling” sounds to interact with his Great Dane and has his sounds mimicked.  The man’s wife explained that he suddenly ran into the house “screaming” for a flashlight.  With flashlight in hand, he returned outside to investigate.  The woman then hears all the dogs in the area “going nuts” and asks him for an explanation.  The man tells her that while playing and making the sounds, something mimicked him exactly but “it was deeper toned and about 50-100 yards from the house!”  The woman stated, “Our Great Dane is around 155 lbs. and not afraid of anything…” but in this case, “she had her hackles up [while] sniffing the air and whining like crazy.”   The woman mentioned being familiar with moose and bears that had been on the property before, but did not think it was either, especially with …”bears in hibernation right now.”  The woman stated she was “fairly new to Alaska” and had a previous sighting in Washington State during 2008.

NOTES:  The Boreal Sasquatch ability to mimic animal and human sounds has been reported before to Sasquatch Tracker.  Clam Gulch, AK is located at N60°13’40” X W151°23’38” on the eastern shore of Cook Inlet.

In follow up email conversation,  Beans reported the witness checked the surrounding area later for tracks but didn’t find anything.  The witness admitted that she was not 100% sure that the correct area was checked (as in it was difficult to determine the exact direction of the vocalization during the evening compared to the area during daylight) but promised to contact Beans if anything further developed.

This is of particular interest to Sasquatch Tracker because I’m in what is best described as a “pre-research phase” right now.  I have been concentrating, formulating and sort of guessing about the best way to attempt a vocalization contact / interaction with a local Upper Tanana Boreal Sasquatch.  More information to follow…

Godspeed, loyal readers…   Patch for web

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Cabin Fever and Gulliver’s Travels…

Hello again Sasquatch Fans of All Ages…

As always, I hope all is well with each of you…

cabin fever

The newest outbreak of Cabin Fever is around the corner!  It was a brisk 46° below zero on the thermometer in my Jeep earlier today.  The last handful of days have not been much warmer.  When temperatures stay below -30°, Cabin Fever begins its incubation stage.  In another day or two, the symptoms will be visible on all of us, including Sasquatch Tracker’s awesome K-9 pals.  Don’t worry though, there is a cure for Cabin Fever.  It’s called the rest of the year when it is warmer.  Call me crazy if you wish, most people do.

So, today I want to share a passage with you that I came across while doing some “homework” for an ongoing project.  Take a look:

…They are prodigiously nimble from their Infancy…  I observed the Young Animal’s flesh to smell very rank, and the Stink was somewhat between a Weasel and a Fox, but much more disagreeable…  They are strong and hardy, but of a cowardly Spirit…  They dig up Roots, eat several Kinds of Herbs, and search about for Carrion, or sometimes catch Weasels and Luhimuhs (a sort of wild rat) which they greedily devour.

Nature hath taught them to dig deep Holes with their Nails on the Sides of a rising Ground, wherein they lie by themselves; only the Kennels of the Females are larger, sufficient to hold two or three Cubs.

They swim from their Infancy like Frogs, and are able to continue long under Water, where they often take Fish which Females carry home to their Young… (Swift in Bayanov, 2011).

This is from Gulliver’s Travels by Irish author Jonathan Swift.  No kidding.  Written 293 years ago (1726), Swift is describing a “Yahoo”.

swift

Jonathan Swift, Author,  1667-1745. 

 

That’s what wildmen and Sasquatch were called long before Al Gore fathered the internet.  You could argue that Swift is describing a bear until you get to the description of the swimming.  Bears don’t swim like frogs, but Sasquatch do and there are several eye witness reports from southeast Alaska confirming a breaststroke type swim.

 

Your food for thought.  Let it sink in.

Godspeed, loyal readers… Patch for web

 

 

Bayanov, D.  2011.  BIGFOOT RESEARCH The Russian Vision.  Hancock House Publishers, Blaine, WA and Surrey, BC, Canada.

Swift, J,  1726.  [1941] Guliver’s Travels (Part IV, A Voyage to the Country of the Houyhnhnms, Chapter VIII). Oxford.

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The End is Near…

 

New Year 2019

Hello Again Sasquatch Fans of All Ages…

As always, I hope all is well with all of you…

Can you believe it?  The end of 2018 is near!

It was quite a year for Sasquatch Tracker.

Thanks to everyone for your on-going support!

Sasquatch Tracker wishes everyone happiness and success in all of your endeavors!

 

Godspeed, loyal readers…  Patch for web

 

 

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Christmas, 2018

Patch for web  Hello again Sasquatch Fans of All Ages…

I hope all is well with each of you!!!  Enjoy the season!!!

Christmas 2018

Godspeed, loyal readers…  Patch for web

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Thanksgiving, 2018

Patch for web  Hello Again Sasquatch Fans of All Ages…

Well, Happy Thanksgiving everyone!  And if you don’t do Thanksgiving, I’ll just say Happy 4th Thursday of November to you…

Like I tell you loyal readers every year, be nice to each other, fake it if you have to.  It’s better to argue about Bigfoot than politics while your family and friends are gathered around the dinner table.

My mother used to say, “If you have nothing nice to say, say nothing at all.”  Hmm, that is pretty good advice.  However, Sasquatch Tracker says if you have nothing nice to say and you just can’t fake being nice, then sneak off into a back room of the house that has a television and watch a football game or a really cool Chuck Norris movie you haven’t seen in a few years…

Last year’s advice still applies to this year’s Black Friday: Pack some sort of turkey leftover food item in your rucksack and take a hike in the woods looking for Sasquatch instead of being trampled and molested during some Black Friday sale.

Godspeed, loyal readers…

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Veterans Day, 2018

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Veterans Day 2018

Godspeed, loyal readers…

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Sasquatch Tracker @ the 2018 Tok-A-Tan Holiday Bazaar

Patch for web Hello Again Sasquatch Fans of All Ages…

Here’s the information on the Tok-A-Tan Holiday Bazaar mentioned in the last post:

Tok-A-Tan 2018

The Tok-A-Tan Holiday Bazaar features the handmade arts and crafts of local artists along with some awesome homemade cakes, cookies, pies, breads and more.  Please come and support the Tok area community!

Of course, everyone is invited to stop by the Sasquatch Tracker table and introduce themselves and share their encounters!  I’m giving away a Sasquatch Track casting so be sure to sign up for your free chance to win!  Come early or bring your own chair!

Godspeed, loyal readers…

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“Beans” Baxter @ the Spokane Valley Sasquatch Roundup

Patch for web  Hello again Sasquatch Fans of All Ages…

As always, I hope all is well with all of you…

I have an announcement today!  Sasquatch Tracker Associate Larry “Beans” Baxter of the Kenia Bigfoot Research Group will be attending as well as presenting at the 2018 Spokane Valley Sasquatch Roundup.

Sasquatch Roundup

Image: Extreme Expeditions Northwest, LLC, 2018

The event will be December 21st and 22nd and held at the Mirabeau Park Hotel and Convention Center in Spokane Valley, WA.  Be sure to click the hyperlink or the photo above for more details.

So how cool is that?  Sasquatch Tracker encourages everyone who is able, to attend and show their support for “Beans”!  The Spokane Valley area holds quite a few memories for me.  I spent a few years there conducting research about an hour’s drive away as a younger version of myself.

In other news: I will be attending the Tok-A-Tan Bazzar in Tok, AK on the 17th, and as always, I am inviting all to stop by the table and introduce yourselves and share your Boreal Sasquatch encounters.  Also be sure to enter for your chance to win a replica Sasquatch track casting!  (I’ll be posting more information about the bazzar soon.)

Godspeed, loyal readers…

 

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