Oh No! Ms. Kathy Bigfoot is angry with what I said about how bigfoots have the reputation of well, smelling bad! She said it was unkind of me to mention it even if it may at times be true.
Look kids! I apologised, okay?
Now she is giving it thought. She may quit. Just goes to show, we've got to watch what we say. Some people or in this case, some bigfoot are just touchy. I hope she doesn't read the touchy part here or who knows what she might do. Ms. Kathy, I really like you. Pleaseeeeeee don't quit. ... LNP
Saturday, April 23, 2011
Busy Saturday for Ms. Kathy Bigfoot
Ms. Kathy Bigfoot's Little Forest home has a very small kitchen. She loves making cookies. Can you smell them? Don't you wish we had the abitlity to smell things on our computer. Wellllllll, I don't know. You know what they say about how bigfoots smell?
Copy and Paste onto your computer and print out.
(Coloring Page Bigfoot)
"I know I appear sad,
It's wrong, it's bad.
Why? 'cause I'm as happy as can be,
You're coloring me! Now do you see?
Color the bird black, will you please?
He is annoying me.
Black is the "annoying color" I think.
So draw it on thick, maybe he'll leave in a blink.
I love to color too,
But I have none to do.
It gives me pleasure anyway
That you've come to Ballyhoo for a little time today.
New Bigfoot Website: mebigfoot.com
We had a couple of sun-dazzled days last week. No doubt, many got caught up on yard work. Flower and vegetable planting, however, had to wait, because the nights following these dazzling-bright days threatened to fall below freezing. Soon the rain will stop and discovering bigfoot tracks will be very difficult (no moist soil) without going deep into the forest. Since I go alone searching for tracks, I’ll have to curtail that activity. It is scary alone in the forest, even if just a few feet off a roadway. While out in the woods, I’m always thinking of the large cougar population we have here in Douglas County, not to mention bears. I will still video the areas where I can picture bigfoot going about his daily life. The videos and photos, I believe, give Bigfoot Ballyhoo (our online bigfoot magazine) depth and added interest to our readers.
I do much research on the Internet for Ballyhoo. It is mind-boggling how many sites there are on the subject bigfoot/sasquatch. So, we are very grateful to those that read Bigfoot Ballyhoo. We thank you. Speaking of these sites, I found a newer site that is very entertaining. Three guys are dressed as bigfoots. The costumes are wonderfully made. They say quirky things, dance and generally entertain from their perspective, that of bigfoot’s. You will want to watch every short video on the site. They’ve kept it clean and it will crack you up! Their mission statement is to “Save the Earth.” Find them at www.mebigfoot.com.
Jon Adamsen left this comment on Ballyhoo: “If anyone can share where to get a copy of Oregon Outdoor Life from March 1935 and October 1964 please help. I’m working on the 196 Columbus Day animal and also the Keller case from 1935. Both issues had articles in them about these cases.”
If you will remember November of 1962, a dead bigfoot-like animal was found by a road-clearing crew in southwest Oregon. The crew was cleaning up after the Columbus Day Storm of that year. On Ballyhoo you will find all the details of what was presented us on this story. In short, the file on the animal was sent to the Smithsonian, released and finally closed to the public. An attorney, Debbie, will let Ballyhoo know when and if this file is to be opened to the public.
If you’ve seen a bigfoot or its tracks and would simply like to talk/write about it, comment on Bigfoot Ballyhoo at www.bigfootballyhoo.blogspot.com. Until next week, Linda Newton-Perry