Saturday, October 29, 2011
When I began writing a bigfoot column for the local paper, I soon after began an online bigfoot magazine, Bigfoot Ballyhoo. I did this to get original information for the newspaper column, A Matter of Time. (At one time the column was in three local papers. The papers were sold and the new owners had no interest in bigfoot. And so the column is just in one paper at this time.) I’m happy to report the strategy worked.
We, I’ll change to we now, my husband and I, have received a constant flow of information to keep us interested in the subject of bigfoot and plenty of information to include in this column. Without the support of my husband, Christopher Perry, both this column and the online magazine would not exist. He is my official proof reader and advisor. Often information is excluded or included with a strike of his red pen or after a long discussion.
Like me, when we first started this column, Christopher was not at all sure that the animal existed. It wasn’t long before we were both “bigfoot believers.” And now when we hike the trails of
, we both watch for the illusive animal, bigfoot. I don’t know if we would have taken up hiking so seriously if we hadn’t been introduced to the curious subject of bigfoot. So, thank you, bigfoot. Oregon
I would like to remind our readers of this column that on weekends we include articles, puzzles etc. that children may enjoy on Bigfoot Ballyhoo. (This is the web address www.bigfootballyhoo.blogspot.com.) And you may like to know that any day of the week children can read and enjoy the content. We do not allow profanity on the site.
Another comment came in about the
Canary Road area, southeast of , on Ballyhoo last week. I enjoyed reading it very much. I may be getting two comments tangled, but one mentioned he enjoyed the site, Ballyhoo, because it was free of profanity and offered many sightings of years past. And another commenter told of a family member, years ago, telling people about the hairy creatures that he knew roamed the mountains southeast of Florence, Oregon . Florence
And we had one reader say he knew, he thinks, Bill Emery years ago. I included a photo of Bill Emery on Ballyhoo and he confirmed that the man he knew was the same as the man in the photo. Until next week, Linda Newton-Perry and Christopher Perry.