We do believe that the southern end of the Sierra Range, like the Mount Charleston area, here outside Vegas, probably holds squatch, I just haven't had the time to get up there either. There were some older reports of prints found in a wash outside of Pahrump, and also more reported tracks along the Muddy River out toward Moapa/Glendale. There were archived reports of an actual sighting near the Nevada test site, off the 95, just northwest of Indian Springs. As soon as I get a chance to to make a squatchin trip, I will definately post an update here.
I just responded to a question posted at the SierraTahoeBigfoot channel on YouTube, and so I thought I'd post my response here.
Question from Uaegnome: on 3:30 to 3:40 right down in the middle was that your friend or bigfoot?
(Pt 1) What I'm thinking you see is a dark figure in the shadow of trees? I wish it were a squatch, but what it looks like to me is a juvenile pine tree, much of the shape of a small Christmas tree, which there are few of in the area. This is the area of our base camp. We do not usually get "activity" until dusk, and then some after sunrise.
**(What I did fail to mention was that no, it is not my friend Woodrat. He was back in base camp which was about 200 yards behind me, in relation to the area I was filming, during that segment of video in question.)
(Pt 2) We believe this is a travel corridor for them though out the day. In the day, this time of year, we think they are in the upper elevations, feeding on manzanita and currants. At night, they come down for water, and to possibly hunt mule deer that are abundant in the area.
(Pt 3) During the daylight hours, we usually spend our time hiking the upper elevations. When we're not at the upper elevations, we're looking for possible travel corridors and squatch sign. I highly recommend to any of you that are interested in bigfoot, to go out yourselves. Look at BFRO reports from your area, then look at google maps, and just look for spots you think that might be "squatchy" and just go for it! I love being out there. That's what it's all about. Thanks for the comment!
Squatching Tips: Just remember, that if you do go out there, to please be respectful of the squatch and their habitat. No camp fires, unless it is survival situation! Make noise to keep the bears away. Being quiet isn't going to trick the squatch, they know you're there... trust me. Let friends or family know where you are going to be, and when you expect to return. Print out a copy from google maps to point out the area you expect to be in, and try not to stray too far from your plans. Also make sure you practice safe outdoor survival techniques and be prepared for an emergency if it arises. Have fun and take care!
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