May 18, 2011

2011 Ohio Conference

Well, another Ohio Conference goes down in the history books. What a conference it was.

I won't give a full run down of events, as I am sure all the speakers have been discussed elsewhere, besides I go to conferences to meet other researchers, and discuss what we are doing in the field. We all spend so little time together in one place, it's nice to catch up with old friends, make new ones and just talk Bigfoot. I do have a few photos for you all, but once again I didn't take many.

I was having too much fun :)

Okay, before anyone freaks over the photos of Bruce removing a splinter from Steve Jr's hand - he did have a spliter, I tried and failed. So, Bruce was called away from the conference - as he has performed this kind of task before.

Kids - Bruce is an expert, don't try this at home. Steve walked away with all his fingers and both hands, thank god no one sneezed. I also have this on video (along with other clips from the conference), and I might post it if I can figure out how.. :)

Both myself and Wayne had a fantastic time, and can't wait for next year!!

Squatch on my friends!!!

May 4, 2011

East Coast Cooperative Expedition

The 2011 East Coast Cooperative Expedition is in the bag!! For the ABS it was a total of 9 days beginning in Pennsylvania, and ending in the State of Virginia. There will be a full expedition report to come, and what an expedition it was!!

Life just does not get any better than when your away from civilization, surrounded by friends who make you laugh and share a common goal. While our days were filled with laughter and good times, our nights were spent in the woods, doing what we love to do -- looking for bigfoot. I would like to take the time to personally thank the members of Sasquatch Watch of Virginia, NESRA, and the Pennsylvania Bigfoot Society for another expedition that will not be forgotten.

On a more personal note, not one member of this expedition could help but feel sorrow for all those who lost their lives throughout the country, to include Virginia, during the outbreak of tornados. As we all sat at the camp in Virginia, we watched as the storms approached us, and for some reason split, sparing us, but causing devisation and loss of life to our north and south. Our hearts go out to all those who lost loved ones, and property. While our various cell phones kept us up to date on some of the information, It was not until we returned to civilization that we realized how extensive the damage and loss of life was.

Thank you to all who expressed your concern for the safety of all involved in this expedition. We were lucky and only experienced about a half hour of rain.

Soon the full expedition report will be available for public consumption. It was a fun, yet active week and we look forward to spending more time together in the future!!