(Updated) Possible Bigfoot tracks. Never know, could be moose too. Doug has yet to confirm it, but he says he seen what looked like snowshoe tracks off the side of the road, heading into the woods. He says he noticed the tracks were closer together like a human would walk - the closer the tracks were to the road. But it appears someone may have been driving along and may have spooked it because suddenly the strides between the tracks widen way apart before disappearing in to the woods. He says it's just not possible that a human could have made those strides in the snow. He will stop there tomorrow, have a better look and bring the camera along. If it is Bigfoot, then it is possible this may be related to those sightings near Fulton this summer.
Doug stopped by today to have a closer look. He said there had been too much wind, blowing snow and falling snow to be certain. Tracks being partially covered or altered in appearance. He wishes he had stopped when he first seen them. The tracks most likely had been made by a moose. It is too bad that we cannot tell for certain. Bigfoot is famous for hiding its tracks. They would use moose tracks to hide their own. Especially where people tend to pass by. We will be keeping our eyes and ears open. There have been a number of sightings in the area already.
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