Posted by Bobby, a resident of the Green Acres neighborhood, on Apr 11, 2007 at 7:57 am
Sounds like you are in doubt as to the accuracy of my posting about seeing bifgoot...
well, i am heading up there today, with a camera, and i intend to prove to the world once
and for all that bigfoot is alive and well. Doubters we ware, my eyes don't fool me. I will post my pictures along with my written report. My goal is to have Bigfoot warning signs along with the signs for mountain lions, assuming the lions have not decided to attack sasquatch (as you call him).
Posted by Bobby, a resident of the Green Acres neighborhood, on Apr 11, 2007 at 4:34 pm
It's okay Phil, I made it back, relatively unscathed except for a little poiosn oak. You need not worry anymore, although I appreciate your concern. I did manage to make contact with Bigfoot again, and was even able to chat with him for aprox. 15 minutes, before he got nervous and fled. He asked me to not take any photos because it attracts lots of media attention, and thus places him on the run again. He was upset that I notified the people on paloaltoonline, although he understands that we are very interested in his whereabouts and if he exists and so on. It was really a very elightening conversation. I learned a lot from The Foot (thats what I call him now), and hope to continue doing so, until he moves on to another region of this beautiful country. While he mainly resides in Foothills Park, he says that he also frequents several of the peninsula regional open space parks, from Santa Cruz to San Mateo. He likes Foothill because it is usually quiet during the week, and because it's such a "beautiful place to be." Anyways, don't expect to see any photos, cause I am going to honor his simple request. I will not report anymore of my findings, which is also another request that I will honor. Also, he asked that you not come looking for him, because he will not make himself available to other members of the community. I feel so lucky to have met The Foot, but I would hate for any harm to befall him on my account. Also, he can get angry, and has claimed to use force when provoked. That is all. Thanks again for your concern. Signing off, this is Bobby from Greenmeadows.
Posted by Bobby, a resident of the Community Center neighborhood, on Apr 11, 2007 at 9:26 pm
Babs, please be catious. I think it's a geat idea, only because he prefers the opposite gender.
He only talked with me because I had something he wanted, which I can't reveal here. I do know that he likes to eat, and the food supply at the park is not that great, a few toyon berries, caterpillars, beetles....gets old after awhile. I am sure that he will appreciate your enthusiasm and female "spirit" but please know that he's been abstinent for some time and, well, lets just say that apes will be apes, if you catch my drift. Nevertheless, sounds good. I can't lay claim to this freindly beast. He is an american treasure, and may not be here in palo alto for long. George, he did not say where he learned to speak English, although he did
mention that he is fluent in over eight languages, although i don't know which ones. I think he grew up in the northwest somewhere. I am thrilled that you appreciate my writing skills, but I must say that I am not directly related the that philanthropist you mentioned....
Posted by Bobby, a resident of the Green Acres neighborhood, on Apr 13, 2007 at 9:02 pm
DUI, got your message. Glad to know that you were able to do your thing with small.
Wanted to let you know that while small foot may like your banana(s), apparently The Foot doesn't like them. He prefers Peet's coffee and some of those cigarettes from Humbolt content- there it is- I've said enough, probably too much.