Wednesday, April 25, 2012
Dewey has left a new comment on your post "Guest Editor-Blogger":
When a person is walking in the forest and they feel something is wrong, they need to pay attention to their self defense instinct. The broken limbs on the trail was a warning for people to stay away from the area.
You ask how I know this? In 1971, while working on a logging job, I had the same thing happen to me. I was living on the site in a camper. One morning, I walked to the landing only to see a hairy, heavy and upright creature peering at me from behind the yarder.
It was a very large Bigfoot. For several nights, we had limbs and large rocks thrown at the machinery, and we chose to take it as a sign of danger. As it turned out, we never finished the job because the vandalism became extensive.
Yes, the word (?) can mean something other that human caused. We were not wanted in this area and the creatures made it clear.
Thank you so much Dewey. Did you mean work where I put the question mark? At any rate we know what you mean. See, we've learned something about bigfoot: if we see broken branches on the road out in the middle of nowhere, bigfoot could be near and would like us to stay out! We have two sightings where the branches were observed on the road. Dewey can you tell us where, in general area, that this sighting took place? ... Linda Newton-Perry