Replying to subcribe. Great thread, looking forward to following this one
Originally posted by Phayte
Lat: 61.25 Long: -124.5
I'm in. I wouldn't mind going for a trip with a large enough group. I'm healthy, have land surveying skills and generally am very good working with my hands and on my feet.
At the coldest, I have worked in -52C (on the thermometer) without windchill.
If anyone is actually serious about this expedition I would love to hear more. I bet we could get TV channel like Discovery to document it like "Gold Rush Alaska", to help with resources if needed. Obviously independent investors and documentary crews would be better but whatever it takes I say for something like this...
I am going to research this some more.
edit on 19-12-2011 by Phayte because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Toadmund
The valley looks nice and green as far as I can tell from the picture blow up. I wonder how hard it would be to find on gooogle earth?
It's interesting, the tales of weird creatures and people who lose their heads.
Never heard of this before either.
The image provided is for reference only, and as far as I am aware, there are no images of the 200 Mile Gorge available online.
Originally posted by blamethegreys
Originally posted by Chefspicy
wow this is an interesting thread. since i work for the NORTHERN ROCKIES LODGE, and we fly there with our bush planes . i haven't heard of this before, the company has been flying out there for almost 15 or so years, maybe they have some more stories about that place.
NRLedit on 20-12-2011 by Chefspicy because: spelling
OMG Chef, did you see this pic from your NRL link?!?!
no that is not from my link!
Originally posted by connorromanow
I know I said cryptids earlier, but just taking a head docent seem liked any typical animal, almost something with more intellect knowing that decapitating someone might ward of more people, like it wants to keep Peopje away, so if it's one of the cryptids. In guessing it's smart