Comment from Sierra Tahoe Bigfoot Research:
I'm sure Dad is smiling big right now, Cole. I lost my dad on May 28th, and I can understand the emotions that are swirling around you after all this. I hope you got the chance to see it too. Please pass along to Bill how happy I am for him to have finally gotten the chance to see the grumpy ole squatch. I'm just glad that it was guys, like you who are up there. I know it is your foremost objective to keep the big squatch safe. You respect it, and I respect you for this reason. I commend you! Take care up there guys, and God Bless. Chuck
Cole Saxton Replys
Sierra Tahoe, I'm very sorry for your loss. It's a tough thing to swallow. Yes, the total preservation of this animal is our main goal in life. As you know Dad never saw one but searched since 1974 for it. He would be proud of his partner Bill. Dad did a grand old job getting Bill involved with bigfoot. No, I did not get to see it. I was in camp but heard the grunting and cracking of the underbrush.
I do hope we can all sit down one day together united and talk bigfoot. It's nice to be home with a hot shower.