posted on Jan, 16 2014 @ 02:54 AM
The OP asked why Bigfoot would be so frequently spotted crossing the road? Because there are too damn many roads. Seriously. Buy an Atlas & Gazetteer
for your state and peruse it. It's depressing how small our roadless areas are.
The sheer abundance of roads carving up all the wildlife habitat into little parcels is one good reason the existence of Bigfoot is unlikely. I worked
as a park ranger in Montana and Wyoming for nearly 2 decades. I took zero reported Bigfoot sightings in all that time.
On the other hand, a friend and i took a grizzly bear hide and a gorilla mask, canoed out to an island in a marshy area that was a popular wildlife
watching spot ... and gave the tourists a show to remember. WIN!
edit on 16-1-2014 by RangerMel because: (no reason given)