Tag Archives: Bigfoot

Yaks, Yetis, and Party Clothes

A few years ago, Jack and I backpacked Nepal for a month.  We flew over Everest, that beautiful lady of a mountain, in a small plane.  But mostly we hung out in Kathmandu, and Chitwan, and Lumpini, and tried to … Continue reading

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Grandma Grace

I spent summers with grandma in her cabin about half-way between Peckwan and Weitchepec in Northern California.  Bigfoot Country. Tall trees, clear rivers, bone-deep poverty, and wild salmon. Land of the Yurok. Grandpa lived in the cabin too but he … Continue reading

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Belief and Bigfoot

Many of you know the story of how my grandfather’s road building equipment was scattered all over the backside of Blue Mountain by a critter with very large feet.  This was back in the 1950’s when I spent summers in … Continue reading

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Weight loss, Bigfoot and Creativity Coaches

Tell me: I saw Bigfoot. My heartfelt reaction is going to be: Wow.  That’s awesome.  How did the encounter change your life? Make me a special offer, a claim that involves me handing over money, time, or energy: Tame your … Continue reading

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Angels, Bigfoot and ETs

If you tell a child angels watch over her, she will see angels.  If you tell her Bigfoot lurks in the woods, she may well encounter Bigfoot.  If you speak to a child of UFOs and alien being from other … Continue reading

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Talking Bigfoot with Hunter Joe and a Cast of Thousands

People are so funny.  And by people I mean me. My friend, Madison Woods, suggested I email Hunter Joe to see if he’d like to interview me on his blog talk show, Investigations of the Unexplained. The first novel in … Continue reading

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Campfires and Stained Glass Windows

We who believe in the unexplainable, the unknowable if you will, seek each other out.  It’s a need shared by true believers of every stripe.  We gather together on the fringe and share stories by the campfire, or meet in … Continue reading

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