This endeavor has been a major labor of love. When I first started out, my family did not know what to think. My husband started going out on some of my investigations so I wasn't by myself all the time. When he found the 17 inch print over a year ago he was more enthusiastic and open to this idea of a possible bipedal primate. Now he has no doubt. The evidence and our investigations have convinced him.
With this in mind, we went exploring for a new investigation spot for this winter. We wanted a spot that we both found and will research together. Where do we look? How will we know it is the spot for us? If you have read my earlier posts I have outlined several criteria that I usually use in my investigations. So far they have not failed. I will briefly list how we found this new spot. I added a couple of new criteria due to my factoring in the Colorado winters.
- I used locations of reported sightings. I know of 3 in this area.
- Geography of the terrain. Ravines?
- Food source such as deer or elk in area.
- Relatively easy accessibility for vehicles. Is the road maintained during the winter? How steep and rugged is the road? How close to the main highway and is there a town somewhat close by?
- Signs of their presence in this location?
So my friends I will keep you posted with this spot and my first love, my original spot. I hope this winter while you are toasty warm reading my posts that you will remember that I am out in the cold, wintery conditions continuing my grand adventure.