Keep Your Cameras Ready
Fall is here. Or it will be by the time this column appears in the local paper. There will be a few more nature lovers in the woods, hunting and simply enjoying the fall colors. Now that more people are aware that a bigfoot-type being is living in our forests, we expect more sightings. Yes, do please, be watching for this being. He probably knows when you are around. One sighting reported a bigfoot hugging a tree in an attempt to camouflage himself. So, do keep your cameras ready. Photos of this being will always be needed and welcome. It is very difficult to get a good clear photo of bigfoot in his habitat, the deep-shadowed forest.
When I first started writing a newspaper column on bigfoot, I made a paper-mache head of what I thought the being looked like. And, I pointblank from two, three feet photographed it. Even then, the features were not sharp or clear. For that reason, I repeat, bigfoot photos and videos of this being will be needed from the wild for who knows how long. An example of enjoying nature’s animals, and one we know exists, is observing a mother panda cuddling a tiny ten, twelve inch baby. I can never get enough of watching that. Wouldn’t you just adore seeing a bigfoot and its offspring?
It has been raining in Oregon. Rain means mud and the chance of finding a footprint of bigfoot increases. I do hope you are rewarded with a footprint sighting. And do share it with us on Bigfoot Ballyhoo (www.bigfootballyhoo.blogspot.com
If you are a new reader to this column, I would like to remind you on the above mentioned blog, we are waiting for two important events. The first I’ll mention is Debbie of Rand Corp Group, a lawyer, is working to have the Columbus Day victim’s classified file opened to the public. The second event we are awaiting is the release of the ESP Team’s photos of Aug. 8, 2010. The team assures us the photos of bigfoot are clear and sharp. Do join us in our “wait.” And you can read about the team, ESP, as they went about their activities in capturing the photos on the accompanying blog, Bigfoot Premise. This blog is only accessible through Bigfoot Ballyhoo. Until next week.