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Can you believe it? We’re in the fourth week of May already. Spring has definitely arrived in my area. It’s been a while since we have had frost or been below freezing at night and schools everywhere are holding graduation ceremonies.
Sasquatch Tracker Associate Larry “Beans” Baxter was recently examining the area around Bottenintnin Lake Alaska and noticed a couple of odd tree breaks in the parking area. Bottenintnin Lake ( N60.515556 X W150.555283) is a popular fishing area and is near Sterling, AK.
Baxter reported that there was quite a bit of human activity in the area so he is not ruling out the possibility that the observed tree breaks could have been man-made. However, the larger tree is pretty thick and green and it’s doubtful that the damage was caused by the wind. Baxter also reported that the second tree (to the right of the spruce tree in the photo) was pointing the same direction. There was no definable disturbance to the ground in the vicinity of the trees.
Baxter further reported walking around to the west side of the lake, but nothing suspicious was noted. Baxter has plans for further investigation in the area later this summer.
Thanks for sharing Beans!
Godspeed, loyal readers…