Happy Labor Day!

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Hello again Sasquatch Fans…

First of all I’d like to wish everyone a Happy Labor Day!

I’d also like to thank everyone for their ongoing support this summer. All of your offers to help really mean quite a bit to the family and to me. For those of you who don’t know, we had a house fire during the third week of July.

We are in a different house now. I’d describe it as a walled structure with a roof located in a gravel pit and nothing more. It’s missing the old rusty 1983 Camaro sitting on cement blocks with the wheels missing and the hood removed, but I have plenty of old broken things to look at. I wish I had an old freezer with the door removed for stray cats to breed in to complete the neighborhood environment. Incidentally, there are no crack whores or meth addicts hanging around so I guess there are positive things about my address.

It has been poorly maintained for the last decade and there are dozens of problems that are going to get much worse when winter arrives. (The ½ inch gap around the front door that doesn’t latch nor lock is going to be rather interesting at 40 below zero a couple of months from now.) Yep, it’s all part of the adventure. Nobody is really happy about it, but it is meeting our needs right now. I suppose it would best just to say this is the new “normal” for us until we can get into a real house with a real yard and a real garage that my family and I really like. Until then we will just call it “camping indoors”.

Four new reports were added to the database.  Follow the links and scroll to the bottom:

1999/12/O – Lake Louise, AK (link here)

1999/13/S – Lake Louise, AK (reported in conjunction with 1999/12/O) (link here)

Unknown/31/SV – Meier’s Roadhouse, Glennallen, AK (link here)

2015/02/O – Grass Lake Trail, Sweetwater Creek, AK (link here)

Godspeed, loyal readers…

About Sasquatch Tracker

I am a private and independent researcher currently concentrating my search for Sasquatch and Marked Hominids in the northern frontier of Alaska. The primary focus of my research, field investigation and expeditions are in the interior of Alaska and the border area of the Yukon Territory.
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1 Response to Happy Labor Day!

  1. Doug says:

    Hey Michael, well at least you have a rough, but safe place to stay. We will hope & pray for better days ahead! Am very interested in your recent sighting updates, while hunting I have stayed at Meier’s Roadhouse in the past. May have to stop in soon and see if I can find anymore info on the sighting.
    Keep up the good work! Doug


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