Bobbi and Joe has left a new comment on your post "Guest Editor-Blogger: Betty":
We had a great adventure this last weekend. We drove from Yreka to Powers to see some old friends.The Bigfoot is the talk of the town in Powers.We had a wonderful time talking to older residents of Powers and hearing their stories about Bigfoot and especially the Squaw Lake (SRU)one.
Many of these people have stories of past encounters with the Bigfoot you call Clyde. Geri and her husband saw first hand the damage the Bigfoot did to the little campground in 2009-10 On Saturday we all went up towards Sru Lake to enjoy the country. The road was plowed for about 4 mile on the 3348.Then we came upon a massive snowbank covering the road so we had to turn around and leave.
Lots of trees were across the road up there. We headed over toward Agness to look the river over. Lots of snow on all the back roads everywhere. On Sunday morning we had breakfast at the local restaurant and talked with a man that currently works in the forest service. He told us many of the roads are not gonna be repaired this year because of budget cuts.
We asked him if he had ever seen tracks or Bigfoot and he explained that off the record "yes" but officially "no". He said its basically the same thing under all government control that they don't really talk Bigfoot to the public. Many around Powers believe in Bigfoot and find it a serous subject. Albert H. Powers the founder of the town believed the bigfoot was real because of a scary encounter he had with one at another nearby lake in 1923.
Then sometime in the 1940s two men went missing somewhere just south of Powers at some lake that was used for log storage by a timber company and it was thought the great wildmen of the mountains killed them. Thats what many of the older people say the bigfoots was called back then.
We will return to the area in the late spring for a vacation in the forest. Sixes River has a long and hostile past with the bigfoot starting back in 1864. Sixes River is only 12 miles from todays Powers by way of Salmon Creek.
Thank you for this great comment. ... LNP
Wednesday, March 16, 2011
Milo and I are taking the kids camping for Spring Break for the remainder of the week. However, Milo and I plan on sitting down, over the next few days, and writing down some of the adventures he had with Bill and some of Bill's acquaintances. I'll also finish telling the followup to Elias encounter and what Bill & Milo discovered during their investigation.
Finally, if you can communicate with Bill, please tell him that we miss him and he can count on all of our support.
Thank you. We look forward to hearing your adventures. I believe that Mr. Emery reads this blog once in a while. ... Linda Newton-Perry