Original photo: photoxpress
Wednesday, February 23, 2011
Could bigfoot have made these? Probably not. But it's fun to wonder; don't you think? It is Bigfoot Ballyhoo's belief more of these animals than we are made to believe ARE OUT THERE. It seems reports are not being counted (police, forest service) and the majority of sightings are not reported anywhere. Where do we get this information? Right here on Bigfoot Ballyhoo is where you will find readers saying just that. Read older posts and you'll be surprised. Read and comment.
Umm... I'm smelling the Tootsie Roll toes!
Homemade cookies are a real treat to receive. Here is a fast recipe, I've shared it before. This/these cookies are especially nice if you give them to someone that knows you have an interest in bigfoot. The above cookie I gave to the editor of the newspaper that my bigfoot column is published in each week. I gave it to her as a little gift for her third year anniversary of owning the paper.
Fast Tender Cookie
1 cup sugar
1 cup (any of the following to make one cup) peanut butter, butter, shortening, margarine
Stop here if you want a very tender cookie, but add nuts, chocolate chips, oats if you want a harder cookie. You will need it to be harder/firmer if you wish to form it into a bigfoot shape. I made several smaller bigfoot cookies from this recipe but using oats etc. to make it harder.
Drop onto cookie sheet, 2" across, press down and bake at 350 degrees for 12-14 minutes. About 20 minutes for the larger bigfoot cookie. Check often. You want it to dry out. Above I've cut a Tootsie Roll into rounds, pressed and formed them into toenails. Decorate as you wish. I've also spread peanut butter on the top of the foot and crushed up a sweet breakfast bar and pressed it into the top; it just adds sweetness.
Trinity and Guy has left a new comment on your post "On Monday ...":
What a nice video Linda. Scenery is perfect. I'm having a hard time posting a comment on your site. When I try to go to comments I'm redirected to a blank page.Got through today. I think it's neat that your looking for tracks. It sure gives one a chance to enjoy our world.I hear that Oregon is about to be slammed with a major winter storm. I have always wondered how bigfoot can survive the harsh climate. I like this site because it is not negative like so many. Many sites claim to have all the answers to bigfoot. I love to hear the words"I don't know". It is the right frame of mind to have.
Our thanks for all the excellent stories on your site. Please keep up the excellent work. Last year while we were traveling through Oregon we saw what appeared to be a bigfoot on a back road near Diamond Lake. Before then I never would have believed those giant animals to be real. It was a scary time for us. Though the animal did not come close to us the smell was terrible.We still can picture that hairy thing crossing our path and looking at us.
I hope the "problem" with logging in was just because I was working on the site. I work off and on all day long on it. Thank you for your comment. I just sorry you didn't get that one great photo that the whole world is "Talking About!" ... Linda Newton-Perry
When it seems the thing to do, I hand out my business card. I gave a card to a clerk when shopping not long ago. I said my regular line▬"... most people laugh at the idea of bigfoot." She said, “I don’t. I’ve seen one.” She spent a minute telling me about her sighting. It was several years ago and in California. As she told the story her eyes filled with tears. To make it short, she came upon a bigfoot eating the food from a pig trough.
“It was just beautiful,” she whispered, just loud enough for me to hear. For some reason, I picture the animal sitting and gobbling the food down. I’m sure she said something to make me think it was sitting. Then she added with a great chuckle, “One of the pigs died of a heart attack!” When she finished laughing, she said, “When it saw me, it just slowly got up and walked away.”
Do you have a sighting you’d like to talk about? That’s what we do here on Bigfoot Ballyhoo, Talk Bigfoot! So, share your sighting or share a sighting you know of. Talking bigfoot should be commonplace by now. Let’s make it happen!