Sasquatch and Tree Markers…

I hope everyone is having a great Sunday so far…it’s a beautiful morning here, I’m still zonked from an evening investigation inside the Black Hut. The Black Hut lands are steeped in Native American history, in fact, there is still a wigwam there to find.

It was a known stop on their travels to fish, hunt and rest. While we were walking out there, we were talking about how the natives bent the young saplings to grow the trees crooked to use as navigation, or to mark certain important area for spiritual or resource reasons.

The hut gets pretty dense I use the trees there to navigate now. Another thing they did was bend the young trees into an arch, pin them into the ground then cover them with hide or other materials to use as shelter. Like bigfoot now, all they had was nature as a resource for materials.

They spoke of his existence, we know they lived around them, so could Bigfoot himself still use all those same methods? Bending branches into arches for shelter, curving trees for navigation?

We see a lot of things in the forest that look odd and unnatural and he could be a likely reason for most of it…what do you think? There is a Tree Marker society out there that have marked where most of the trees are now, if you contact them I’m sure they can help you find a few of the historical ones in your area. I have been lucky to see a few and as I wrote above, I do use them for navigation. Pay attention and know your surroundings when you’re out there. I like to joke a bit I know, but out there I am very serious and always aware of my surroundings…

Author: sasysquatchgirl

A Bigfoot and beyond blogger and Nature Photographer from New England. I spend a majority of my free time in the woods exploring for any signs the hairy man has been around and snapping some pics along the way. So if you’re following this blog, you’ll be the first to know if I see him...

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