Post by secheltbigfoot on Jul 30, 2005 15:37:03 GMT -5
This Expedition is going to take place on the SunshineCoast from portmellon to earls cove from one end to the other is only a sort distances and there has been many sightings here latey. there has been three sighting with in ten mile off each other in the last few months . over the years the Sasquatch has been seen in, port mellon , langdale, gibsons, roberts creek, wilson creek selma park ,sechelt, half moon bay , penderhourber, egmount and earls cover , all these towns are every close to one anther the colour as been black in the portmellon langdale and roberts creek to selma park it has been white grey colour , halfmoon bay it is black and at the end of the coast it is a redis brown . a lot of sightings have been around the populations of the coast and yes we do get a lot from the mountains . this expedition will be happing around the halfmoon bay. we will be going in the the moutains around two lakes in some old stand of trees some of the trees here are up to 500 to 800 year old and yes there has been logging happing around to . we have had people telling us that they have heard things walking around and loud noises whistling and seen foot prints in this range . as we speek other reports are comming in. i have some old reports of people being cast , rocks tosst , looking in to homes and banging on the side of homes this has also happen to my family looking in to are home ..please reply there is much more that i have not told and please for give me for the bad gramer thank you robert kennedy !!
secheltbigfoot...again, best of luck in your group's hunt for Sasquatch. Please keep us all posted on your findings. If you are interested, there is a good satellite image map of the entire Sunshine Coast area at the following link: www.lestwarog.com/maps/insidepassage/index.html Once there click on the "Sechelt" java section of the map mid-right. Take care.
You are welcome, secheltbigfoot. No, I'm not from your area. I live in the Fraser River Valley near GrandCherokee. I have, however, spent a good deal of time in your neck of the woods in the past while working for a company that seeded oysters on large private land leases in Sechelt Inlet region.
Working during the commercial fishing off-season, I had the opportunity as a deckhand on a large ocean-going tugboat called the "Progressive" (which generally towed a 200-foot scow loaded with hundreds of tons of empty oyster seeding shells, carry cages and cranes) to travel to many smaller bays inside Secelt Inlet.
Although my work generally consisted of deck work onboard the Progressive and setting and retrieveing large strings of empty oyster shells to collect spawn or seed on shore, I rarely had the chance to meet any of the local operators.
Our company was more or less contracted to collect and transport hundreds of tons of seeded oyster shells to various destinations on the West Coast for shipment to purchasers.
It was as great job when I was not commercial fishing as I got to see some beautiful country, every day was another adventure, we ate like kings, and the money wasn't too bad either. ;D
Post by secheltbigfoot on Aug 14, 2005 0:33:36 GMT -5
well every one there has been alot of sightings going on here on the sunshine coast thur night at 906pm in half moon bay againg comming up from the salt marsh in sartens bay park going up to the trails in half moon bay did get hair it has been sent in to be checked so i am not going to be saying it was or not he was all so seen swimming in trout lake i am looking in to that one more i will be talkig to the girl ,, the last four sightings have been seen by weman and one by a guy and way i hope to have more info on this for all of you robert kennedy
Last Edit: Aug 14, 2005 0:36:05 GMT -5 by secheltbigfoot