Do you think I do anything normal when I have time off? Since time off is precious and rare for me, I take full advantage of it and do something insane so the rest of the boring time I'm typing medical reports or writing books, I can daydream about the fun and goofy things I've done. Life is really just about experiences. I'm tired of saying I want to hunt BF and now I'm going to finally do it! I hope this is the beginning of something big. I really want to move to Oregon and if I do some day, no one will ever see me again, I'll be in the woods getting into, well, mischief.
So, the end of this month, my POE team and I are going on a BF hunt up in Northern AZ. Yes, he's been seen up in that 8000 foot area with thick forests. We can try out our skills and perhaps some day plan a trip to extreme Northern CA, Oregon or Washington.
I have some absolutely ridiculous videos planned to share with you and some photo shoots of Autumnforest in a, well, autumn forest.
The nights are in the 30s there at that time of the year. It will be burr cold, but I will be all enthralled. I haven't seen autumn colors since 2005! I can hardly wait. We have a FLIR thermal imager, plaster of paris, a very well trained tracker on the team, and plenty of imaging equipment.
If anyone has any ideas for things we should try, please share. Each month, expect me to do something insanely weird and share it with y'all. Hey, it's my favorite thing in the world--to keep people a little unsure of my next move. This time of year around this blog, it pays to remain edgy, folks. You're going to fucking love my posts for October!
Good for you. I've listened to the point of weariness to people who say "oh, I'd love to do..." or "I wish I could..." or "One day..." Things don't just fall in our laps (unless you're at a strip club) and it's good to see you getting out there and doing what you want to do. This world is too big and full of too many mysteries to sit around watching TV! (But it isn't so big that you shouldn't stay at home now and then to read a book. May I suggest....) :-DReplyDelete
Take chocolate - every one like chocolate including Big Foot.ReplyDelete
Try beef jerky - it works in the commercials!ReplyDelete
I wish I could do cool stuff like that on my day off. lol.ReplyDelete
Haha. I've been threatening for years to leave hemp brownies for BF....ReplyDelete
AWWWWWWWWESOME! So jealous! Can't wait to hear all about it!ReplyDelete
Melanie, you'll have pictures, nightvision video, Flipcam video, and tons of descriptions. I might just do a daily "log" from the cabin.ReplyDelete
Looking forward to it!!ReplyDelete
I don't know about what to try...but if you come across any footprints or big nests...hopefully you will try to read them and see if you can get anything from them!ReplyDelete
Jeff, that's a great idea, actually. I tend to do it anyways. Our tracker took advanced training in the CA mountains and he said they even did some psychometry, where they would feel and emotion and walk and then the person would touch the footprints and see if they could identify the feeling. Cool, huh?ReplyDelete
Watch out for the SEDONA DEVIL CHICKEN!ReplyDelete