Hello again Sasquatch Fans of All Ages,
I hope all is well with all of you especially with the Coronavirus still active.
It’s quite possible that spring is actually here now. It’s almost 50 degrees at 11 AM! It’s kind of hard to complain about that.
I reached a decision on my spring research area. The area has plenty of the natural resources required to support a Boreal Sasquatch, even with the competing bears in the area. There is flowing water in a wide valley with several natural vantage points for setting up monitors and cameras. I have conducted research in adjacent areas with favorable results in gifting and sorting items, so I believe this area will be productive as well. So, exactly where is it? Well, I keep these things secret to keep people from encroaching and possibly disturbing my experiments. Sorry guys.
I’ve also decided to begin wearing a “back-trail camera”. The camera I selected is the SQ11 Mini Camera. The low cost was my deciding factor, I just don’t want to invest too much money until I’m convinced with the results.
So wearing a “back-trail camera” is an idea I picked up from researcher Scott Carpenter. Carpenter began wearing a small camera on his shoulder to video what was going on behind him as he traversed known Sasquatch areas. He believed that as he walked down a trail, an undetected Bigfoot would have an uncontrollable urge to peek out from behind a tree or other cover used as a blind and observe him. Carpenter’s notion proved to be correct and he was able to capture several video images of a Bigfoot observing him in the Great Smoky National Park. How cool is that? No sooner had I read this in his book, The Nephilim Among Us Updated, The Identity and Origin of the Sasquatch and Other Mysterious Creatures, that it was obvious that I had to give this a try.
So developing and testing various way and means to mount the camera to the different shoulder straps on the gear I normally carry is now underway.
Godspeed, loyal readers…