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Friday, June 29, 2012

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Big Josh has left a new comment on your post "Squaw Lake, Oregon, to Remain Closed for 2010":

We are heading up to do our own investigation this weekend. Will report.

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Anonymous said...

Most of the people that read this blog think Squaw Lake is over by Klamath Falls because it is. Sru Lake is in the Siskiyou National Forest. Sru was closed at different periods for Blue Algae and twice for safety reasons in which I cannot comment on. It is my understanding the lake is open for fishing. If people think they can drive up to Sru and pull into the campground and see a Bigfoot right away they're mistaken. My group spent one week at the lake and only on one night did we hear what we believed to be a Bigfoot far off in the distance. We did find some impressions around the lake that looked like old Bigfoot tracks weeks old or more. For some unknown reason a sheriff deputy came into the campground once a day while we were there. When asked about the sightings he just shrugged his shoulders.