The BFRO's PNW Newsletter will only be available on this web site,
in this format. It is no longer e-mailed to anyone.
will not be updated on a consistent basis -- only when there
is enough new information to justify a new volume.
received a deluge of messages from people wanting to participate
in BFRO PNW activities. Unfortunately we will not be able to respond
to those individual inquiries at this time. Our resources are limited
and there are simply too many messages to respond to.
can be accomodated in the remaining summer expeditions. We
may open it up again in the future, but for now we can only accomodate
the people who signed up for these trips so far.
are welcome any time, as are those who bring us these sponsors (Major
sponsors will provide the necessary resources for us to accomodate
more people on more expeditions).
We'd prefer not
to charge individual participants any fees for these trips. You
will be spending plenty of money on your own outdoor gear, if you
don't already have these items. Keeping it all free, however, means
we can only accomodate a limited number of people for now. When
we have the resouces to accomodate more, we will indicate that on
III July, 2001
1. Skookum Meadow Expedition Report
Detailed summary of the 8-day expedition that led to the discovery of a sasquatch impression
and the making of what has come to be known as the Skookum Cast.
II June, 2000
1. Report on Gifford Pinchot Expeditions
Roster of attendees, highlights, photos, summary.
2. Recent Incidents in Pierce County, Washington
Remote area south of Tacoma is the focus of recent investigations.
3. Choosing Locations for Wireless Monitoring
A location in Western Washington illustrates what we are looking
4. Always Be Prepared
Tips to insure you will be ready when the evidence presents itself.
5. Would You Like to Sponsor an Expedition?
If you or your company would like to sponsor an expedition, please
let us know. We will also consider taking corporate "team builder"
groups on weekend trips in the best bigfoot/sasquatch areas.
VOLUME I MARCH,
1. Upcomming Pacific
The BFRO's Jeff Lemley and John Frietas will be organizing several
expeditions in the Pacific Northwest this summer.
2. Powell on the Wireless Wilderness Project
Preparing for electronic monitoring of wilderness areas.
Willow Creek, Calif. : Bigfoot Museum Grand Openning
You are invited to attend the openning of the new Bigfoot wing of
the the Willow Creek - China Flat Museum.
4. Bigfoot Sasquatch Evidence
Dr. Grover Krantz' latest publication -- a must read.
5. Field Investigation Near MT. Rainier
BFRO volunteers find tracks and hear vocalizations in the Mt. Rainier
6. Snohomish County Location
BFRO investigators have located possible recent activity northeast