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Sunday, February 28, 2010

Loon Lake Turnoff Photos



Top Photo is Mill Creek which parallels, at least at first, the road leading to Loon Lake. Middle photo I'm walking across the bridge on 38 to take the shot of Mill Creek. And now the footprint, if it is a footprint. The actual print was so much better. It was pressed into the soil at least an inch and as you can see the toes seem clear. But I'm a novice at this, I claim nothing. But this was taken in what I believe was the area of the Loon Lake turnoff sighting.

I didn't take photos of the Tyee area where the police officer saw the bigfoot. It is such a large area I wouldn't know where to begin without more directions. Mind you, we were just passing through on our way to the coast and decided to take a few photos. Hope you enjoy them. And thank you all, for the updates on the CNN program.
Linda Newton-Perry

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

THAT SURE LOOKS LIKE A BIGFOOT TRACK TO ME. THEIR ISNT MUCH OUT THERE THAT WOULD LEAVE A IMPRESSION LIKE THAT.

Shelly said...

Very good imprint of something. Was this taken at the Loon Lake turnoff? You know the Elliot State Forest is right there. Many reports have come out of that area.

Linda Newton-Perry said...

Yes this was found about 40 feet down the Loon Lake road on the left. I don't know, it could just be wishful thinking, but it was fun walking where I knew bigfoot has walked.