Limping Bigfoot Still Being Sighted
It seems the “limping bigfoot” is still being seen. A guest editor-blogger said two people saw the animal on Fern Top near Scottsburg, Oregon. The sighting was reported by a couple that had been drinking. An interesting aside to the post is that the editor-blogger stated that usually a report where the witness to a bigfoot has been drinking is not even taken or if taken, not taken seriously. I didn’t get the straight of it. You can read Casy’s comment in the older posts by going to www.bigfootblogger.blogspot
As of today, June 17th, we have not heard the results of Bill Emery’s long hike through the woods. If you recall, he was intent on getting to the bottom of the bigfoot mystery around Sru Lake, Oregon. An earlier comment by Mary Rondeu informed us that Emery was going deeper into the wilderness. He has collected hair samples and saw what he thought may have been a bigfoot’s bed. Also, it is possible that a bigfoot has been stalking him, just staying out of sight. He doesn’t feel it is the dangerous one from Sru Lake as it has shown no aggression. We look forward to reading the whole story when he emerges from the forest.
With Bill Emery hiking and camping deep in the woods, I was prompted to ask the question, How does one protect himself while camping or hiking the woods? I researched the internet and found that just parking and protecting a car is a concern these days. We have thieves prowling these trail head parking areas looking to take your car or belongings. One article recommended parking in a busy parking area and hiking to the trail head. Another article suggested you may want to disable the car. Wow, and we haven’t even gotten to watching out for lions and bears! If you have suggestions on safety while hiking and camping, please visit the blog, Bigfoot Ballyhoo and comment.
The blackberries are blossoming in Oregon. Bigfoot eats blackberries. It reminds me of the sighting where a blackberry picker saw a huge black bigfoot hand on the other side of a blackberry bush, daintily picking the sweet treats. It was all he/she saw, because he/she was gone in a flash. Another thought I had on bigfoot’s diet: With rain comes plump earthworms that are visible everywhere after a downpour. Experts believe the animal is omnivorous, which means he eats both plants and animals. So, perhaps bigfoot fills himself with these meaty wriggly things!
Until next week, Linda Newton-Perry