Saturday, August 7, 2010

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  1. Nancy Griffith USFSAugust 8, 2010 at 6:43 AM

    I am worried this Sunday morning about Team Emery. Cole Saxton said last night Bill and Hank were out in the woods and would remain there all night. He said Bill wanted to try a new approach on bigfoot. Being I don't know what that approach might be I would think it is standing guard in the brush for bigfoot. If this is the case they could be in danger.Chances are this bigfoot has come to except Bill by seeing him in the woods often and can sense Bill is not a danger to him.But on the other hand the bigfoot might think Bill is trying to hurt him and this could devastating.Bill has fed him food and he may think Bill is OK but with all wild animal they are unpredictable.I also believe that winning the friendship of this creature may prove quite successful for Team Emery.

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  2. Good thought Nancy but one other thing! If the bigfoot is used to Bill OK. But with two more team members on site it may be too much for the bigfoot to swallow making it very aggressive. I really don't think Emery would try to get close to it. He is well informed on it's past behavior.

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  3. Nancy you have good thoughts on this matter. As a precaution I wouldn't put your employer down with your name. people have made trouble for some of us that used to do this. They want us here at FS to talk bigfoot but when we write USFS they call the district office and complain about us using this blog to insinuate we are giving away information not meant for public view.

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  4. Gregg, I don't work in that district but will remember that.This is bad then most people want us to tell the truth but then some make it a crime to write about our thoughts.

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  5. I have been following this search out there for weeks. Allot of us at work want B Emery to find out exactly what these reports we all get are. Are the reporters actually seeing the same thing or is it mistaken identity of the animal as we are often told.

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