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Thursday, June 5, 2014

Oregon Bigfoot Camp-Out

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5 comments:

Dan said...

To get rid of oder from dead animals. I box of Baking soda and 2 oz of Murphy's floor soap. Mix in 1 gallon of water in old milk jug and pour where dead rodent was. GONE .

Tom said...

Linda Perry can you answer these few questions. Every year at this time we go to SRU lake to fish and camp for 14 days. We love it there because its so remote and very few people go up into that area. This year we were told by forest service that the lake has not been planted with fish. It will not be planted from now on because of the distance from the hatchery to the lake. They said SRU is being turned into mainly a water pickup for copters for forest fires. Did the story about bigfoot have anything to do with the new rules? I ask the ranger and he winked and smiled and said it is because of budget cuts within the forest service. What we found odd is that the ranger was up there looking all over around the campsites and around the lake shore for something on the ground. He was packing a firearm and camcorder on his waste. I really believe bigfoot might have something to do with the changes.

Linda Newton-Perry said...

I've been told that the Forest Service knows the animal, Big Clyde, Bill Emery's name for it, is in the area. And a bigfoot watched Buck Hamilton's little girl at Sru. But the exact reasons for the change, I can't be sure. Thanks for the comment.

Linda Newton-Perry said...

Thank you so much.

Paula said...

Oh yea they know! They've been watching that whole area up there real close. One thing for sure,what ever it is they dont want people up there at night.