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Thursday, September 17, 2015

Guest Editor-Blogger: Anon


Loon Lake, Oregon

Linda and Jim, just a thought, and a great one for believers and non believers alike. Why not get all the bigfoot websites to get together or get a non profit organization together and raise funds to purchase this forest and have the very first bigfoot sanctuary in the world, where a conference building could be built for bigfoot symposiums, and research rooms where bigfoot researchers could have places to work and study the evidence found out in the forest around the Loon Lake and Elliott State Forest areas.

Make this area a green area with electric golf carts, bicycles, rentals included to help maintain park, or hiking past a certain point. Have horseback camping spots with a corral for public use, rentals will pay to maintain park also, and electric motors only on Loon Lake. People would come from everywhere to camp and have a remote chance of even catching a glimpse of a bigfoot. Build a amphitheater and have movies about bigfoot or have popular researchers speak and answer questions about the animal.You could have a place to sell books on the subject, sound good Linda, and t-shirts and some proceeds to maintain the park included. You could limit the amount of people in there on days so the forest is not beaten down and rundown and would give the researchers working in a area the privacy needed to do their work in studying these animals.

I also would build a memorial to honor the people that gave their lives or their dedication in saving this forest old growth as well as the brave people who looked danger in the face in the disputes that led to helping to save it. The very first research facility and bigfoot sanctuary right here in Oregon, a dream come true! Think about it!

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Good thought. I can't take it on but perhaps someone may. ... LNP

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