Happy New Year and 44 degrees below zero vs. the Boreal Sasquatch…

Hello again Sasquatch Fans of All Ages…

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

Happy New Year!  Yes, I realize we are ten days into 2020, but this is the first post of the year.  I wish everyone all the best in 2020!

So, I’m pinned down right now by extreme weather.  I have had some pretty low temperatures the last few days.  Right now I have -44 degrees Fahrenheit (-42.2 C) on a home owner’s model weather station thermometer.  It will warm up a bit as the sun comes up.  Expecting a high of -33 today.  Yeah, it’s cold by anyone’s standards.

Being pinned down by the weather has prevented me from doing some research on Boreal Sasquatch caribou kills.  However, as the temperature drops, consuming even more calories becomes necessary to maintain warmth and this increases the number of killings.  All predators and scavengers are struggling to survive right now.  When the weather breaks, I expect to be investigating an increased number of kill sites.  More information to come…

Godspeed, loyal readers…Patch for web

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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2 Responses to Happy New Year and 44 degrees below zero vs. the Boreal Sasquatch…

  1. Doug S says:

    Not that cold down here in the Idaho Mountains, but several feet of snow on the way! Yes I imagine it would be very difficult for a large hominid to survive in an area with very cold winters. Maybe they have sheltered places like caves to use? Or migrate down to the coast where it is milder? Either way its an interesting research project! Keep up the good work! Doug

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  2. Norman Sollie says:

    I’m over near Healy. We’ve warmed up to -12!

    A few winters ago I went into an area with a high caribou concentration and found they were strangely skittish of us bipeds when we were walking, but on noisy snow machines they could hardly be bothered to look up. Then I found some sign and heard some noises and it clicked in my had that if any of our furred friends are around, they would be following the caribou concentrations.

    Still, I find it hard to understand how they make it through these winters. You’d think they would head for the south central coasts. Probably some do, I guess.

    Stay warm!

    Norm Sollie

    On Fri, Jan 10, 2020 at 8:51 AM The SASQUATCH TRACKER wrote:

    > Sasquatch Tracker posted: “Hello again Sasquatch Fans of All Ages… As > always, I hope all is well with each of you… Happy New Year! Yes, I > realize we are ten days into 2020, but this is the first post of the year. > I wish everyone all the best in 2020! So, I’m pinned down ri” >

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