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Several BFRO volunteers gathered at the River's Edge Cafe in Snohomish, WA, on April 15. The main purpose of the meeting was to get together and discuss various aspects of bigfoot field investigations. Jeff Lemley spoke briefly about his upcoming expedition in the Gifford Pinchot National Forest. Most of the people attending the meeting expressed an interest in participating in the event.

Volunteers Tod Fossetta and Rob Johnson discussed activity at a site near Tacoma. Both of them have visited the site several times. During one visit, Fossetta found and photographed a possible track, but it was inconclusive.

Volunteers Darrold Smith and Nancy Smith, along with friend Doug Goddard, discussed their experiences in the Dark Divide, east of Mt. St. Helens, where they've heard several vocalizations. Darrold also shared a photo that he had taken the previous weekend while in the North Cascades. It shows a possible footprint in the snow, next to his own boot print.

Possible footprint in the North Cascades
(photo by Darrold Smith).


Volunteers Steven and Heller James recounted their sighting in the Trinity Alps of Northern California. Their report can be viewed on the BFRO web site. Click here for report.


Volunteers at the River's Edge Cafe include from left to right: Don Udell(black hat), Doug Goddard, Steven James, Nancy Smith, Darrold Smith, Heller James, Tod Fossetta, Rob Johnson (behind Tod), Chad Cheney, and Steve Galic (foreground). Photo by Richard Noll.

The group decided that they would like to meet on a regular basis at this location in Snohomish. Anyone who is interested in attending, write for more information at BFRO-WA Meetings.


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