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Friday, December 25, 2009


Guest Editor-Blogger Lou has this to say:


The Powers Ranger District has found more vandalism at Squaw Lake this week. According to a field ranger, small trees about 15 feet high were found to have been twisted off at the top near the east bank of the lake. Also the information board was found to have been pulled up and thrown into the lake.


Forest Service officials said the lake has been closed since Oct. 1st  and gated off four miles from the entrance.  The rangers also said several large firs have blown down this fall making the road impassable.


No trace of human activity has been found on the road leading to the lake.  Squaw Lake is located in southeastern Coos County in the Siskiyou National Forest.

3 comments:

  1. what does this have to do with bigfoot? Is there something here I missed?

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  2. One point is the road was blocked, so the damage mentioned must have been done by soemthing other than man, something very strong. And there is much reported Bigfoot activity in this area.

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