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Norse Horse

The sasquatch of Hurst Island

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Has anyone seen the Bigfoot on this island north of Port Hardy, near God's Pocket ? I read about it in an old cruising guide called cruising beyond Desolation Sound, by John Chappell. Page 76.

Seems the natives don't visit the east side of the island because of the hairy beast.

Have you anchored in God's Pocket and found empty Kokanee cans?

Could be there....just sayin

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I suspect that the Kokanee cans are the key.  When I was a kid, Bigfoot was seen near our farm more times than any place else.  We even had Bigfoot-hunters set up a permanent headquarters near the skool.  Oddly enough, most all of the sightings were around 0200, just after the bars closed.  ;)

Some time in the late 70's, the cryptozoologists gave up and went back to hunting for the Loch Ness Monster.  Or maybe it was the Easter Bunny.  I forget. 

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14 hours ago, Norse Horse said:

Has anyone seen the Bigfoot on this island north of Port Hardy, near God's Pocket ? I read about it in an old cruising guide called cruising beyond Desolation Sound, by John Chappell. Page 76.

Seems the natives don't visit the east side of the island because of the hairy beast.

Have you anchored in God's Pocket and found empty Kokanee cans?

Could be there....just sayin

I was into wild-caught salmon and foraged morels before they were cool.

-- Hipster Bigfoot

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Bigfoot eat free range salmon.

I saw a really hairy French-Canadian girl yesterday...

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2 hours ago, Norse Horse said:

Bigfoot eat free range salmon.

I saw a really hairy French-Canadian girl yesterday...

Would it not be Bigfeet?

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4 minutes ago, sailman said:

Would it not be Bigfeet?

You may be right, I thought it was plural, as in deer or moose...

The French have something similar, must be a non-Kokanee species...https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rougarou

Purported Sasquatch tracks found on Vancouver Island | CTV Vancouver News

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On 7/17/2017 at 8:20 AM, Norse Horse said:

Bigfoot eat free range salmon.

I saw a really hairy French-Canadian girl yesterday...

It might be the lil Mugwump? 

 

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