Tuesday, April 5, 2016

The Urban Sasquatch Journal: Come and Take It!

This is the reporting by a Bigfoot researcher of an ongoing study in the Southern part of the United States in a very large park area near homes and urban setting.

Prior Installments
#1 What is Urban Sasquatch?
#2 "The Original Experiment"
# 3 The Urban Study Begins"
#4 "Signatures and Signs"
#5 "Mixing It Up"
#6 "Neglected and Discouraged"
#7 "Adding Complexities"
#8 "Stunning Interactions"
#9 "Showing My Intent"
#10 "I'm Being Directed"
#11 "New Team Member"
#12 "Working It Vigorously"
#13 "Curious Interactions"
#14 "New Season Begins"
#15 "Answering My Thoughts?"
#16 Trail Cam Sham
#17 Training for Cameras
#18 Weather, Birds and Unexplained Sights
#19 More Preparation For Filming
#20 Revealing the Urban Research Site
#21 Research Considerations
#22 Making Signs
#23 Footprint Found
#24 Testing Animal Versus Sasquatch
#25 Enticing With Food and Curiosity
#26 Amping up the Exchange
#27 Opening Communication
#28 Extended Visit
#29 Pillaged and Moved
#30 Feather Gift
#31 Disarray
#32 Evolving
#33 Flooding and Chaos
#34 After the Floods
#35 Lots of Changes
#36 Hair Samples
#37 Lots of Tinkering
#38 Shocking Find
#39 Between Storms
#40 Are They Understanding?
#41 Amping up the Challenges
#42 The Calm Before the Storm?
#43 Drawing Them Out of Hiding
#44 Footprints and Disruption
#45 Narrowing the Locations
#46 Smelling Something Close
#47 2015 Year In Review and 2016 Begins!
#48 Twigs and Balls

Field Report #3
January 24, 2016

I didn't go the P.R.O.W last visit to the area. I went today. I also re-checked 1B to see if any activity happened over the past 2 days. There are a number of items I tried to accomplish with this visit:

At 1B, I made available the blue 'BF' drawings folder with pages 8,10, 12, 14, 16 to be looked at. I moved the yellow painted bottles to the boundary area and put down limbs and marked with a marker.

At the P.R.O.W. I put up the black 'BF' drawings folder with pages 7, 9, 11, 11, 13 to be looked at. The mesh fencing wire I found, I relocated to the immediate location of the large tree. To the food gifting backpack, I added a 15lb. kettle bell w/rope and string. This was to hold the pack in place and not be pulled up to the tree limb by a raccoon, etc.

I took 29 photos this a trip. Here are my observations.

Ok, I arrived at the park approximately 9:10 AM. The temperature was 49, other conditions: sunny, blue sky with some high clouds and a little breeze. It was a great morning. I did my close bike ride and picked up more balls from trash piles around the creek. This major creek is the trashiest I've ever encountered. The flooding during heavy rains brings trash from everywhere up stream.

#1.  The balls collected from the close bike ride around the creek by the parking area.

I rode my bike to the P.R.O.W area first. I arrived approximately 9:50 AM. I began walking the site. In the open area, I removed all items to just inside the north tree line where I have the food gifting backpack etc.

#2. The plastic, painted garbage can lid is now at an angle from its previous level position. ????? I removed it and took to beyond the north tree line.

#3.  The food items I brought for the food gifting back pack.

#4.  I put the food items in the pack before zipping and raising back into position.

#5.  Pack with food items zipped up.

#6.  The pack raised into position.

#7.  The 15 lb kettle bell attached with heavy duty string to the back pack. This holds the pack into a tight position.

#8.  The string attachments are seen in this photo.

#9.  I attached a small 'dream-catcher' to the pack.

#10.  At the nearby large tree, I have attached various drawing sheets. 2 sheets are 'BF' related and 1 Native American drawings sheet. Also a portion of yellow caution tape can be seen.

#11.  On a near-by section of the tree, I hung the black 'BF' drawings folder.

#12.  On the same section, I added one of my old caps and another piece of yellow caution tape.

#13.  Approximately 5' from the large tree, I laid out this mesh fencing around and over a leaning limb. I also added 3 pieces of yellow caution tape to the mesh.

#14.  Further east of the large tree, I tied off the plastic, painted garbage can lid, hung another Native American drawings sheet and put the painted red ball in the crook of the small bush.

#15. and #16.----The large tree I was using is seen. The rope going to the food gifting back pack can be seen. Other items on the tree can be seen also.

#17. and 18.  I made the rectangular, limbs set-up with balls. This was approximately 10' to the east of the large tree. The balls were collected from the earlier bike ride by the creek.

Ok. I accomplished what I intended with this P.R.O.W. visit. At 11:15 AM I left the P.R.O.W. for 1B. 

I arrived at 1B 11:45 AM. At the entry to 1B, I started picking up and bagging trash. I noticed no changes at the pipes. The bear-bee doll with attached kettle bell and sticks were not changed.

#19.  I added a new, small set-up on pipe #2. This included 5 small sticks, green and red dice, a rock and a nickel. I got buzzed by a mosquito - in January, unreal!

At the ball buckets, nothing changed.

#20. and #21.  At the food gifting map case, the food has been taken ????? and 2 of the wrappers (peanuts bag, cereal bag) were under the map case hanging location.

#22.  Empty map case. ????

#23.  Empty trail mix wrapper bag. ????

#24.  Candy bar wrapper. ????

#25. Painted white kettle bell, with attached strings around the tree and to the map case. Also an attached 'BF' blue drawings folder. This was hung behind a tight vine.

#26.  This photo shows the chain I also use to attach the map case with food items.

#27. thru #29. From 3 directions: This shows the 4 tires I put up in the group of small trees near the food gifting map case.

Obviously, the food was ready to be taken, after the last recent visit, with the 2 tires removed from the small trees as if reminding me take care of business.

I left the area after 1 PM.

This concludes field report #3 for Sunday January 24, 2016.

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