Bigfoot!!

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Where we found the tracks in the woods.
     While Kerry and I were hiking around the Fort Neccessity Battlefield we came across these freakish footprints in the woods. The first print we saw was a bear  I believe because it had to distinct ridge beind the toes. At least that's what they always say on Monster Quest when they are debunking Bigfoot prints. Anyway, a little further down we saw these 2 other tracks in the mud that had NO ridge, I mean they were huge human like footprints! Now of course, one would think with all the Monster Quest episodes I have watched I would have thought to put something down in comparison but that thought went completely out of my mind. All I wanted to do was take the pics and get the hell out of dodge, lol. Anyway, we went back to the battlefield area. They had a Native American encampment there that weekend so Kerry and I walked around the encampment to see if anyone was barefoot. Of course no one was. I then told one of the older guys what we had seen in the woods and asked if any of them had seen anything or been in the woods barefoot. He looked at me like I had 3 eyes and said "Honey, we're just Native American guys throwing back to our ancestors, we really don't go walking around barefoot".  He then smiled and walked away, lol. I don't care what anyone says those were Bigfoot tracks in those there woods, lol.
Aditu says:
I know my computer lost it's internet connection this am and I was just able to get it back. Here they are what do you think?? lol.
Posted on: Jun 19, 2009
vances says:
Great intro, but lacking the photographic evidence....

Where art thou, oh prints?

:^)
Posted on: Jun 19, 2009
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Where we found the tracks in the w…
Where we found the tracks in the …
The first tracks we saw.
The first tracks we saw.
Bear tracks?? See the ridge behind…
Bear tracks?? See the ridge behin…
BIGFOOT!! No ridge.
BIGFOOT!! No ridge.
Another one.
Another one.
Farmington
photo by: Aditu