posted on Dec, 1 2007 @ 03:32 AM
Just to post my 2 cents on this issue. I've always believed that Bigfoot existed, and living in the Cascades as I do, it is relatively easy to see
how any creature, including a Bigfoot, could disappear here. The terrain is rugged, difficult to hike at best, and sparsely populated. The Wonderland
Trail that circles Mt Rainier is considered to be among the most difficult in the world. The Pacific Crest Trail also goes through there, and is also
a difficult trail to navigate through that area.
Between early and late season snowstorms, glacial till, volcanic activity, among other natural phenomena, the whole Cascades chain is one rugged,
remote area. Trails through the area are limited, steep and difficult on a good day. They are often only open a limited time, usually mid to late
June, through late September. That leaves only a very limited window to "Bigfoot search" in. It makes the perfect hiding spot for such a species, if
it indeed does exist. And why should we doubt it does? New species are being discovered every day.
I would think that the White Mountains of the Northeast would also make a great hiding area for them, or certain areas of the Appalacians, perhaps.
Given the human species' record for violence and such, would you break cover and allow us to discover you willingly? Probably not. If they have been
here awhile, I'm certain they have become rather wise to our ways by now.
Have a good weekend all, and play nice!