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quote:Originally posted by DonnahJaramillo, what was the experience that you had?So, Ronnie, I take it you think I've seen one.
quote:Originally posted by DonnahJaramillo, I find it interesting that you've had two encounters with these creatures. I'd love to get close to one. I don't recall ever hearing of a Sasquatch attacking anyone. They are probably like wolves; they won't attack unless provoked.About 25 years ago I was riding along a heavily wooded highway in B.C. when we passed someone walking on the other side of the road. I tend to ignore people in a natural setting, but something in this person's gait caught my eye. By the time I turned to look we had zipped by, but that was one very tall "person" with incredibly long arms, a huge squished-to-a-point head and a fast but lumbering gait. When I asked the driver what he had seen he replied that he hadn't gotten a good look, but hoped it was a big person wearing a pointy hood.I believe yeti exist, but they must be rare or surely we'd have found one or the remains of one by now.
quote:Originally posted by DonnahJaramillo it would be fantastic if you would scan in the photo for us to peruse! That website is extremely interesting. I marked on a map all the Class A sightings in Alberta. What I noticed is that they all were in parks and reserves (no hunting) or remote areas. What's really exciting though is that there were 2 sightings of a blonde yeti, one near Banff in 1979 and one near Lake Louise in 1991. Banff and Lake Louise are 55 miles apart, and Banff is a one hour drive from where I live. There was also a story about a Sasquach that ran and waved his/her arms at some deer when there were hunters after them. This furthers my belief that they are gentle creatures.Is it not possible that humans evolved into 2 distinct lines, one that followed technology, and the other that followed humanity? We must seem very base to them. In the words of Albert Eienstein "it appears our technology has surpassed our humanity". I couldn't agree more.
quote:Originally posted by NakedScientistJaramillo - email a copy of the picture to :email@example.comAnd we'll put it up for you.TNS
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