2018 Fall Research Area…

Patch for web  Hello again Sasquatch Fans of All Ages!

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

Tomorrow I depart for my fall research area.  This year’s area is along the Taylor Highway between Tok and Eagle, Alaska as well as the Top of the World Highway from Jack Wade Junction to Boundary, Alaska.  I will be gone for almost two weeks!  You can’t beat that with a stick!!!  I have been to this area several times before so I am pretty familiar with it, yet I’m still very excited to be going back and being in the field doing some solid hands-on research…

My research objectives are to establish an observation point with favorable topographical features and environmental factors.  That’s fancy talk for a high point overlooking a suitable valley with a water and food source.  I have a couple of pieces of equipment I will be testing this fall and a new method of collecting hair samples.  I will be searching river and creek bottoms, along established game trails and the shoulders of the highway for tracks, of course!  (Yes, tracking is what a tracker does just in case you haven’t figured that one out…)

I hope to be able to conduct some interviews with the local population too.  This area is in the heart of the 40 Mile Mining District and local gold prospectors and workers are usually a good source of testimony.  Almost every miner I have talked with in the past has a tale of something big and powerful lurking about their claims as well as accounts of vandalism that would require more strength than a grizzly bear.  I have one report of rock throwing and howling that I will be following up on with a site visitation too!

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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3 Responses to 2018 Fall Research Area…

  1. Doug says:

    Sounds like a great research area! Am looking forward to hearing about your findings….I was recently in SE AK, doing some fishing & researching at Ward Lake, then a week on Prince of Wales Island. Weather was great, made some good contacts, had a good time! Doug


  2. Jenny Karin Pompura says:

    I am trying to connect with someone involved with Tok-A-Tan and your blog came up. I just cleaned and organized my sewing/creating area and have some never used yarns and such I can’t bare to toss so would love to find a new home for these items where they will be appreciated and used


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