Wednesday, September 21, 2011

SUMMER S'QUATCH NOT A VEGETABLE IN THE NORTHWEST

"There's nothing like the smell of Sasquatch in the morning. It's the smell of Discovery" - Anonymous

The East Coast may have its Skunk Ape, but the Pacific Northwest claims home to the grandaddy of Cryptozoology, the hairy, stinky, elusive critter that goes by many names . . . including Sasquatch. My recent stroll through the WAX WORKS "A Living Museum", in Newport, Oregon, proved this out as the star of the regional section of the exhibit (beating out even Lewis & Clark) was Bigfoot.

Pictured are the unsuspecting lumberjacks going about their work, while the rarest of all wild beasts of the forest lurks just out of sight. Is S'Quatch just curious . . . or . . . hungry?




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