Friday, May 16, 2014


Today 05/16/2014. I conducted a investigation of the area around the habitation site of any signs of evidence of activity, not wanting to disturbed the habitation area due to the over night investigation Saturday night 05/17/2014 in the heart of the habitation area.
While checking the game trails I happen upon a track way not a couple of hours old.
Tracks measuring around 17 1/2 in length in what appears to be a bedding area.New stick formations were found in the bedding site. As I continued in the wooded area something began moving adjacent to my location and I started  filming with my cell phone.
Photos were taken and measurements
Tomorrow myself and the team will be conducting the over night in this area we should get some good evidence. and a follow up on the evidence found today.


Was a sasquatch a mascot of a sports team part 2

Sasquatch or Bigfoot is very popular as sports mascots or  used in there logos.


Colorado Avalanche 

2010-11 Sasquatch Hockey Club

2010-11 Sasquatch Hockey Club



the Eugene Emeralds

Montreal used to have a basketball team called

Montreal Sasquatch

.team logo Ottawa Sasquatch

Squatch  was the team mascot for the Seattle SuperSonics 

The Edmonton Rush Lacrosse Club has, not one, but TWO yeti mascots.

There is "Slush".

And the more elusive "Freez

Quebec Rafales hockey team 

Was a sasquatch a mascot of a sports team part 1

Squatch  was the team mascot for the Seattle Supersonics of the National Basketball Association. Between his 1993 debut and the team's relocation in 2008 to Oklahoma City, Squatch appeared at more than 175 events annually, and was with the organization during their run to the 1996 NBA Finals.
In 2007, Chris Ballew of the rock band Presidents of the United States of America wrote and performed a song about the mascot That same year, Squatch attempted to set a world record with a jump of 30 feet on inline skates, over vehicles owned by NBA players Ray Allen and Robert Swift.
The biography of the Edmonton Rush Lacrosse Club's yeti mascot, Slush, describes a history wherein the two characters grew up together in the Cascade Mountains. Squatch appeared during the Rush's inaugural game to "teach" Slush how to be a professional mascot.
Following the move of the Seattle SuperSonics to Oklahoma City, Oklahoma the character was retired, and remains part of the intellectual property (name, colors, et cetera) that the City of Seattle retained as part of the KeyArena lease settlement. The character's performer from 1999-2008 remains under contract with the relocated team.

The Edmonton Rush Lacrosse Club has, not one, but TWO yeti mascots.

There is "Slush".


And the more elusive "Freez

  And for a few years, the Quebec Rafales hockey team had this flaming yeti surfing a hockey stick as its jersey logo.