posted on Dec, 20 2011 @ 06:09 AM
While I have heard of this before and included mention of it in my book on mythology, I had not heard of Nuk-luk nor Waheela for which reference I'm
Sadly I'm too infirm to travel farther than the mail-box. When I was younger I was a farm boy and quite capable of the hardy life, having always
enjoyed both the cold and roughing-it.
That said, and with the uncertainty of the myths, I'd suggest, for the exploration group, taking along one pair of high quality night-vision goggles,
a satellite phone, each be equipped with a personal GPS location transponder and a simple whistle for emergencies. in addition to all other equipment
and ration. Perhaps it would be wise to travel in the spring, just after the thaws have ended. A larger group, while unwieldy, will not only provide
the protection possibly needed, but also allow equipment to be parceled out among many so the burdens are lighter.
Wouldn't it be wonderful to indeed find a living Mastodon or similar prehistoric creature. Perhaps someone could be included to join the group who
is versed on identifying previously unknown or extinct species of animal or bird.
A fair bit of warning. If you find a dangerous or rare living animal, keep in mind, it is NOT the only one. Also most animals are not solitary so it
will be likely that others are not far away. If it is dangerous, that danger could be amplified several times.
On a personal note, please keep me informed of heretofore unknown mythical creatures and cryptids. With over 3,000 pages on the subject, one would
think I had exhausted the realm of myth, but apparently I've barely scratched the surface.