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Bigfoot Ballyhoo began publishing Oct. 30, 2009. The site is very large. Use the search tool to find information. For example type Columbus Day Storm to read about the animal found under a fallen tree. Type in Dr. D.S. Gould to read about his findings on this animal. And type in Debbie to read about her efforts to get a DOI file of the Columbus Day Animal opened to the public. Enjoy the site and comment. ... Linda Newton-Perry

"For every beast of the forest is mine, and the cattle upon a thousand hills." Ps. 50:10 King James Bible

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Saturday, July 17, 2010

BRIBE, BRIBE!


Here is the deal: Every comment today, Sat.17 until 10 pm, will be put in a bigfoot mask and a drawing by the hardworking hand of my husband, Christopher,  will take place. The winner OF THE DRAWING will receive the bigfoot children's book, fiction, Bigfoot Stories for Children. Now if I don't get several comments, I will be crestfallen and wonder why I'm even doing this blog. So comment away!

ONE BOOK GIVEN AWAY TODAY, JUNE 17, 2010

7 comments:

  1. Dear Mrs. Newton-Perry: I've tried several times to comment, but the recent changes in the system on your blog make it very difficult. I'm Marcy, not "anonymous", but I can't make this system work. And the visual verification section seems to be broken too. Your blog hosting service seems at fault.

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  2. Hi Marcy, You did get through today. What I wonder was different today that you were able to get through?

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  3. The reason you continue this blog is for us...the people that enjoy hearing about bigfoot; information that cannot be found elsewhere. Even if you feel that we are responding with comments on an infrequent basis, rest assured that is only because we are too busy reading the great articles! This site is among my favorites...your effort is VERY appreciated by all who frequent. :)

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  4. Testing, Testing

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  5. I'm not posting to win the prize, only to let you know a farm wife in Missouri reads your blog daily. I really enjoy the posts, even if I never (other then this) comment. Keep up the good work.

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  6. My husband and I drove to Loon Lake today. We then ask about Coffee Creek Rd and was given directions to it. We wanted to look to see if we could spot the old bigfoot. We didn't see him but fully understand why he is in this area. The orange and red berries were thick everywhere. Also plenty of small streams with plenty of water. A truly beautiful place all around. As we came out on Oregon 138 near Elkton we saw a bear and several big elk along with deer.

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  7. (This is Marcy, not anonymous) You asked a good question! I don't know the answer. But if using that 'anonymous' button will work, then I can post whenever the urge strikes. The visual verification word is showing again, too.

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Can't wait to hear what you think!