posted on Mar, 14 2004 @ 10:43 PM
I live in Montana, about 20min from a forest.. and am always in the woods.
I've seen 1 mountain lion, 2 bears(black) (both of which were on a wildlife park), 1 badger, 1 rattlesnake, only 3 coyotes, I think I may have seen a
wolf once, but can't be poisitive, and only 4 moose'(though only 1 was not on a wildlife park).
now that is after spendign alot of time in the woods (i'm currently 20). My dad, who grew up in montana, and was in the woods alot more than me up
through 20, and tons more if you count up to current days list is not that different than mine. He's seen a few more bears, only 1 mountain lion,
only 1 rattle snake.. not many more badgers or moose, but more..a ton more coyotes, and afaik no wild wolves.
I am one that thinks it's entirely possible for a bigfoot to be out there, and avoiding people. Most other animals do a great job of it... so why
would this be any different?
I would love to go on the expeditions, even expecting NOT to see or hear sasquatch. Visition those forests would be delightful for me.. (mostly
washington and n.california.. new mexico is kinda far away for me :p)