Tuesday, July 21, 2015

The Urban Sasquatch Journal: Revealing the Research Site





July 4, 2015 
Visit #11

I decided today, Saturday July 4, to take my bike to the park and do a 7 miles circuit. I went early that morning. I arrived around 8:30 a.m. and it was already warming up. The temperature was in the 80's, sunny and of course humid. 

As I was riding, I made the decision to do a second circuit and take photos of the bike/hike trail and all the trash containers along the route. I also showed areas of the woods that had standing water looking like a swamp. This is to show the possibility of Bigfoots taking the opportunity of raiding these containers for a possible extra food source as needed. I included photos of the main picnic area upon entering the park. This area includes 3 pavilions, 3 playgrounds, many picnic tables and approximately 33 trash containers. Also there are 3 gates across the main park road at various locations that are locked down at closing around dark. I took 69 photos during this time. I was at the park for over 2 hours.

On Tuesday July 7, I went back to the park after work to finish photographing more areas of interest. Its after 4:30 p.m., sunny and hot.These included the sports fields across from the main wooded park. These sports fields have many soccer fields, 4 baseball/softball diamonds, and a bike racing facility. I counted approximately 50 trash containers in that area. The whole area is bordered by woods. I drove next to the secondary picnic areas on the north side of the park. This area has 9 pavilions, many picnic tables, 3 restrooms, 3 playgrounds and approx. 39 trash containers.

On this side of the park there is a neighborhood located directly across from woods. I show photos of the woods in relation to the street you turn on from the road next to the park. As you look down the street this is trash pickup day. You will see many trash bags and containers lining this street and a perpendicular street. Another possibility for opportunistic 'Bigfoots'.

The Saturday July 4 photos 1-69 that follow are mainly taken along the bike/hike trail going to the east. The Trail is approximately 3.5 miles one way. A circuit ride is of course to the end and back.

#1. The familiar limb still in the same location but moved around.





#2. At the .25 mile marker.





#3. Woods on both sides of the trail.




#4. Trail trash container #1 just before crossing a major highway thru the park on the continued path to the east. South side of the trail.




#5. Trail trash container #2 after crossing the major highway thru the park on to the east. South side of the trail.




#6. At the .50 mile maker of the trail. You can see a gated neighborhood in the left upper corner.




#7. Past the marker going east. the road in the gated neighborhood is to the left.


#8. At the trail bridge looking south with the ditch and both east and west grassy areas with both tree lines in view. Research sites 1A and 1B are to the far south at the top left at the end of the ditch.




#9. At the .75 mile marker of the trail.




#10. On the north side of the trail, these limbs are noted. they are laid out or they fell into place looking like an arrow direction pointer.




#11. and #12. Trail trash container #3 with contents. The container has been removed from the wooden stand and is approximately 50' from the stand. south side of the trail.





#13. Two benches and trash container stand with container removed. South side of the trail.




#14. At the 1.00 mile marker of the trail.




#15. and #16. Trail trash container #4 with contents and 2 benches on the north side off the trail. Also 2 benches.





#17. and #18. Trail trash container #5 with contents. The trash bag is in the bottom of the container. One bench. South side of the trail.





#19. At the 1.25 miles marker of the trail.




#20. and #21. A cemetery located in the park surrounded by a high fence as seen from the trail.





#22. and #23. Trail trash container #6 with contents. One bench. South side of the trail.





#24. At the 1.5 miles marker of the trail. Bridge crossing a small creek in the background.




#25. From the bridge, looking at the water in the creek north side.




#26. From the bridge, looking at the water in the creek south side thru the bridge railings.



#27. thru #29. From the trail, looking at a meadow play area. This is to the south of the trail with tree line surrounding the meadow.






#30. At the 1.75 miles maker of the trail. Upper left are some of the picnic pavilions.




#31. At the 2.00 miles maker of the trail.




#32. thru #34. Trail trash container #7 with contents. The rear of the container with partial photo of a bench. to the south close by is the tree line.







#35. thru #37. At the 2.25 miles marker of the trail. One bench. Trail trash container # 8 with contents is not attached to the stand. 





#38. thru #41. At the pipeline right-of-way looking to the southwest then to the northeast. On the south side of the trail , east tree line, is trail tash container #9 with contents.








#42. Wooded area to the south of the trail with water.




#43. At the 2.50 miles marker of the trail.




#44. thru #47. Wooded areas on both sides of the trail. Some with standing water. One photo has a construction hardhat in the distance.







#48. At the 3.00 miles marker of the trail.




#49.thru #52. Again, wooded, wet areas on both sides of the trail.







#53. At the 3.25 miles marker of the trail.




#54. Swampy area to the north of the trail.




#55. thru #59. Trail trash container #10 with contents at the trail turn around back to the parking area. sign showing distance to restroom & exercise station area.









#60. thru #69. These photos shows the park entry picnic areas with trash containers. The wooded areas are close by.













Tuesday July 7 photos 70-93.

#70. thru #80. These photos shows the trash containers at the sports fields across from the wooded areas of the main park. Again, there are approximately 50 or more trash containers in this area.













#81. This photo is from the road near the park.





#82 thru #88. The park north side picnic areas with approximately 39 trash containers.











#89 thru #93. On 2 photos you see the tree line of the park from the neighborhood entry street and the parallel road to the park tree line. Three of the photos show trash bags and containers out for trash pickup.











These areas provide a great opportunity for another possible food source for these awesome forest people. The adventure continues!




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