Monthly Archives: July 2015

Hanging Out

With the extreme heat seemingly behind us – well, until the next wave hits, anyway – we decided to kick back and have some growlies at one our favorite hangouts, of course the Sasquatch Inn!

Thomas Jul 25 2015

Thomas, deep in contemplation of what would be the best menu item for the evening – his choice? Their awesome pizza!

Talk isn’t always about Sasquatch… 🙂 Tonight’s was all about enjoying the much needed cool minus the mosquitoes.

Good food, good company, and yes, laughter all around!


Just a quick addition to this post. I was thinking about Sasquatch the whole time. Yes indeed, no question, never think of anything else, no way around it, Sasquatch on the brain.  Ladies would you date this man? LOL.

Thomas Steenburg

Another Day Of Searching

On July 5th, 2015 Brad Trent, Bill Miller and myself decided to do a Recce, up a reopened Forest Service Road (FSR) located on the east side of Harrison Lake, BC.

Having had the hottest and driest spring in many years, we decided to head out early to try and avoid the hottest part of the day, thinking the possibility on seeing wildlife may increase before the + 30 Celsius expected temperature hit with full energy-draining force.

We were right.  We encountered a nice black-tail deer, and either a large Black, or medium Grizzly bear, which dashed into the shadows in about 3 seconds.  Bear scat was all over the place and we encountered more than a few footprints, as well, including this one below:

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This clearly demonstrates how one can be fooled into thinking he is looking at a Sasquatch footprint, when in fact, he is looking at something totally non-Sasquatch related.

This footprint, in my opinion is  overlapping bear tracks as the animal came out of the bush and moved down an embankment onto the FSR.

This area, though, I believe we should return to a number of more times and really check it out.  It was gated and closed over the last few years due to logging equipment being kept there.  Now it seems to open to the public again.

Thomas Steenburg