Thanksgiving, Black Friday and Christmas Season Guide…


Hello again Sasquatch Fans of All Ages…

Here is Sasquatch Tracker’s Thanksgiving, Black Friday and Christmas Season Guide!  Everything you need to know to be cool and stay sane this holiday season…

Thanksgiving:  Be nice and avoid talking about Biden, Trump, gun control or other topics that always end in fights. 

If for some reason you just can’t avoid these conversations, be sure to always take the pro-Sasquatch stance on every issue.  Slamming your fists on the table to emphasize your point is optional.  I don’t recommend it because you usually end up spilling something which instantly alienates you even more. 

Sneaking off to a back bedroom to watch Chuck Norris DVDs is always an acceptable alternative to being polite.  Remember, you’re making this sacrifice to keep the peace in your house.  Be the hero…

Black Friday: As always, I advise skipping it altogether.  COVID fears and shutdowns are helping you skip it this year so take advantage of this and go for a long hike in the woods. 

Skiing is another Sasquatch Tracker approved activity if you have the snow. 

A turkey based leftover meal in your ruck sack taking the place of a couple of trail bars?  Yes, that is appropriate. 

Small Business Saturday, Cyber Monday, the 12 Days of Christmas:  Hmmm, that’s easy too…  Hike, ski, hike, ski, hike, work on tracking skills, more Chuck Norris DVDs, ski, hike, ski, repeat…

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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2 Responses to Thanksgiving, Black Friday and Christmas Season Guide…

  1. Doug S. says:

    Yes we prefer a nice hike in the snow, usually go rabbit or grouse hunting while checking out all the cool tracks! You never know what you may find! Either way everybody be safe & have a good weekend!

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  2. Definitely a great guide to follow. Some of the tips have been tried and true by The Northern Garden.

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