Free Talks: Rumor or Reality? The Creatures of Cryptozoology!

Hello again Sasquatch Fans of All Ages…

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

This was passed on to me by Beans Baxter.  I don’t have any other information, but it looks promising…  If anyone attends this, please let us know how it was in the comments…

Free Talk

 

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“Beans” Baxter selected as a Featured Speaker for the 2020 The Spokane Valley Sasquatch Roundup…

Hello again Sasquatch Fans of All Ages…

As always, I hope everyone is doing fine…

A couple of new followers this month!  Welcome!!!  It’s always nice to see new names on my roll call.

I had a small break in the low temperatures so I did a bit of scouting the of the local area in support of my caribou kill study.  Even managed to get a short back country ski trip in too.  Anyway, Sasquatch Tracker Headquarters is back to low temps again.  My area forecast says -45 to -50 for the next few days… Yep, it’s not summer until July…

So, on to the big news:  Larry “Beans” Baxter of the the Kenai Bigfoot Research Group has been selected as one of the featured speakers for the 2020 Spokane Valley Sasquatch Roundup.

Larry Baxter

Larry “Beans” Baxter (Photo by Baxter, T.  2018).

Baxter, founder of the Kenai Bigfoot Research Group, is a Sasquatch Tracker Associate and has assisted in some past research.  “Beans” was a member of both the 2018 and 2019 Port Chatham Alaska Bigfoot Expeditions and appears in the documentary film, “In Search of the Port Chatham Hairy Man”.  (Sasquatch Tracker highly recommends this film if you have an interest in AK Sasquatch.)

This year’s Roundup is scheduled for November 7th at the Spokane Valley Events Center in Spokane, WA.  The Roundup is also featuring Will Ulmer as a speaker.  Ulmer has a solid outdoors background and considers himself as more of an enthusiast, than a researcher.  Either way, this event is going to be great!  I’ll post some ticket information as we get closer to the event…

Godspeed, loyal readers…Patch for web

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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

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Gruss vom Krampus…

Hello again Sasquatch Fans of All Ages…

I hope everyone had a wonderful Christmas…

December 26th and 27th are the days where the people who were on the “naughty list” typically purchase the gifts they wanted for themselves.  Nothing wrong with getting something for yourself and if you were naughty, then you should know how to fix your behavior for next Christmas…

Here’s an interesting Krampus picture:

Krampus

Gruss vom Krampus (citation below)

Notice how the Krampus is depicted as Sasquatch or “wild man” wearing a devilish mask.  No horse or goat like legs on this fellow.  Hmmmm…  Is it possible that “feral men” were the origin of the legend?   Probably not a true man due to the amount of body hair.  Even without haircuts or shaving, men just don’t grow enough body hair to be covered completely like this fellow.  Of course it is possible that the artist choose to cover the subject completely with hair to depict the man as being more wild than civilized.  You know, like an iconic image of being feral.  If it is not truly a man, then what is the other possibility?  I leave it to you to decide…

Happy New Year everyone!

Godspeed, loyal readers…Patch for web

 

 

 

Anon, N.D.  Gruss Vom Krampus.  Merry Christmas from Krampus and Morbid Anatomy, December 25, 2015.  Online: http://morbidanatomy.blogspot.com/2015/12/merry-christmas-from-krampus-and-morbid.html

(Accessed: 26DEC2019).

 

 

 

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Christmas, 2019…

Hello again Sasquatch Fans of All Ages…

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

Christmas 2019

Enjoy the season!

Godspeed, loyal readers…Patch for web

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Black Friday Brush Off…

Hello again Sasquatch Fans of All Ages…

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

So, Happy Thanksgiving!  Be nice to each other while gathered around the table enjoying the holiday feast.  If you can’t be nice to each other, just fake it…  If that is just impossible, sneak off to a back room in the house and watch football or Chuck Norris DVDs…  I make this suggestion every year and none of you ever comment that things got ugly so I guess the holiday advice works… (That is Sasquatch Tracker sarcasm if you didn’t pick up on it.)

Sasquatch Tracker picked up a few new readers in November via Facebook… …  Welcome new readers!  I am always happy to see new names on the roll call.

On to the annual Black Friday Brush Off:  Avoid this day like avoiding the plague.  Pack some sort of turkey leftover thing in your rucksack and hit the trail.  Time spent in the woods is always time well spent.  Don’t worry, all the stuff you want will still be on sale until Christmas Eve anyways…

Godspeed, loyal readers…   Patch for web

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Veterans Day, 2019…

Veterans Day 2018

Thank you to all Service Men and Women past, present and future…

Godspeed, loyal readers…

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October and November News…

Hello Sasquatch ans of All Ages!

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

Just a quick check in with my loyal readers to let you know I’m still on the planet.

October was pretty much a big blur, much like September was.  I have been back from Swedish Medical Center in Seattle for a couple of weeks now.  After returning I was splitting my time between Sasquatch Tracker HQ and the hospital in Fairbanks.  Now I’m back at HQ and will be for the rest of 2019 except for a couple of follow up appointments here and there.  Thanks for all your support and prayers!  Things are better and we expect a good recovery!

I had a bit of trouble with the main website.  Really simple things can cause really big problems sometimes and this caused the site to go offline for a couple of weeks.  Since I’m an older and seasoned dog incapable of learning new tricks, I had my Tech Guy help me out.  Long story made short, the site has been restored.  It’s not up to date yet, just back online. My Tech Guy rocks!

Godspeed, loyal readers… Patch for web  

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September News…

Hello Sasquatch Fans of All Ages…

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

Wow, September is almost over with.  Can you believe it?

This month has been a big blur for me.  I missed moose season and had to change my plans about my fall research projects.  I’m busy caring for a family member with some major medical issues and have been back and forth to Fairbanks a few times and now I’m heading to Swedish Medical Center in Seattle.  Don’t worry, it’s not as bad as it sounds and I expect to be back in Fairbanks in about a week and then back to the Sasquatch Tracker Headquarters around the middle of October, give or take a week.

More to come…  Godspeed, loyal readers… Patch for web

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Paradise Hill Tree Structures…

Hello Sasquatch Fans of All Ages…

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

Welcome new followers!  Sasquatch Tracker picked up a few more readers in July and the first part of August!

So let’s get on with the business…

I have been doing some research on tree structures in my area and I’d like to share a bit of what I am observing:

Paradise Hill Trail Barricade

Paradise Hill Trail Barricade.  The top photo shows two crossed logs arranged as a possible barricade.  The lower photo is enhanced to show the direction of the trail since it has not been used for some time.  (Photos by Sasquatch Tracker, 2019).

Paradise Hill Tipi Structure

Paradise Hill Tipi Structure.  (Photo by Sasquatch Tracker, 2019).

Paradise Hill Nest Structure

Paradise Hill Nesting Site.  The left photo is southern elevation.  Right photo is of the eastern elevation.  This possible nesting structure is within 200 yards of the Tipi structure.  (Photos by Sasquatch Tracker, 2019). 

Sasquatch Tracker is in the process of writing the investigative summary and it will be posted to the main website upon conclusion.

Godspeed, loyal readers…  Patch for web

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