Sasquatch Resolved

I am amused by the Sasquatch hunters on TV (Squatch’s to the believers). One admitted to searching for twenty-five years. Has there been much evidence to continue the search with great optimism? My time in the enjoyment of nature has shown that when animals are in your proximity (or vice versa) there are tell-tale signs about, most notably animal waste. Wild animal poop is dark like tar while domestic species tend to expel the coloring of their feed. When one is in bear country mounds of a tar-like substance abounds. And footprints. Many footprints. I recently browsed a hunting magazine showing a stunningly huge grizzly shot at thirty yards range by a young lady. That’s close considering many bears get up after being hit. What struck me was the statement of the paws being the size of the ladies head. The picture showed a monster of a bear. Taken from the gene pool as a trophy. Yet I understand the hunters perspective too. But here is my real point to this rant. That species is top predator in North America. Its been that way since the ice age. Any others species has been tasted by these stunning beasts. The possibility of a dreamed of Squatch being able to out smell, out run or even out think even a small black bear would be nil. A group of Squatch’s with sharp sticks or lethal bows would still be called lunch. I’m betting the First Nations hunters were real cautious around prairie grizzlies until the horse arrived for better speed. The next howl you hear late at night in the forest may well be that of other Squatch hunters mourning the loss of a legend. Noooooooooo…….

About James

As a semi-retired senior, I researched the story of the lost gold bars of Camp McKinney. My years in agriculture allowed me to comfortably search the rugged BC forest uncovering valuable clues over the years. Although I have paid a high cost for my unwavering search, I have once again seen the magick and power in nature.
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