Wednesday, March 24, 2010
As the shots were effective in stopping whatever had tossed the large rock, it did not stop whatever was following Dancer and me. For several hours the sounds of the animals walking were on both sides of the narrow creek above the treeline. This was the first time I realized that more than one of them was on my trail.
We finally made it to a small stream that fed into the larger one. At this point a small island was visible, so I decided this was where my best chance to defend myself against whatever was after us. The small island would give me some advantage in seeing the mysterious animals if they approached us. I sat silent for over two hours and heard nothing from above the creek. It was then when I thought that I might be getting close to Spirit Lake.
I decided that I wouldn't take a chance on nightfall coming on, with me stuck on the small island. Dancer and me and what else I thought? I had thought of Wolverines but they don't travel in pairs, so it had to be something else. Finally that evening just before dusk, I caught site of the beautiful Spirit Lake where I knew the caretaker of the lodge would put me up for the night.
Harry was a good checker player, so I knew we would have a pleasant evening without the mysterious creatures or animals that trailed Dancer and I for the last two days. I told Harry of our last few days in the Ape Canyon area. He was not surprised by my account of the mountain devils of that region.
Harry Truman died that morning in 1980 when the mountain erupted. I still dream of Dancer and our days together.
Posted by Abe Videl to Bigfoot Ballyhoo at March 24, 2010 6:51 PM
Loved it! Hope you write more of your adventures for us to enjoy. Thank you. ... Linda Newton-Perry
Guest Editor-Blogger: Anonymous
Regarding: On Sru Lake and Trespassers
First they have to stop lying to us about what's going on. You can't preserve something you keep saying doesn't exist. They obviously have evidence that it does exist or they wouldn't be closing the lake. Come on it is time we demand they tell the truth.
We have the power to end the mystery here. The USFS will have to succumb to our pressure now, too many know what's going on. We should call them every day and demand the truth; we know they are lying. The issue has moved from bigfoot to cover-up here.
Lets put a stop to it now.
Another Opinion on Sru Lake
Guest Editor-Blogger: Robert
With all the past and recent damage to the area, I think the forest service is doing the right thing here. Anon is right, if the animal responsible turns out to be bigfoot and they kill it, the public would go nuts claiming conspiracy and unjustified homicide against this animal. By keeping the area closed and posted the forest service would not be responsible for any nut that sneaks in and gets badly injured or killed. We can't have it both ways folks! This is the best way to handle it. Remember this is a small lake that just a few ever heard of anyway. People can surly live without this tiny lake for a while.