Alan (Fathom Frontiers) and I hit to the woods of the Cuyahoga National Valley this morning for a fun filled day of hiking, I mean Bigfoot Research.
Alan had pulled up an old report of a track find and we hit the road. I called Mark Maisel of the BFRO and he couldn’t join us but he gave us a few tips where to head out.
Most of the snow has melted so we had to deal with a LOT of mud and some icy spots. Of course that was on the trail and who does trails??? Come on!!! So we got off trail and the fun begins.
At the first location we hiked for about 2 hours and absolutely nothing jumped out at us or seemed out of the ordinary. But man did it feel good to be hiking, climbing, jumping streams and just being one with nature!
We then headed to our second location and found many stick structures and lots of deer poop. LOTS. They are eating well.
It’s always fun to go into the woods and to new locations. The second area seems a bit more promising for activity and I’m sure we will add this to our places to go in the summer!