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Going BigFooting/Dogman Adventure

Post  dingo3497 on Thu Sep 13, 2012 8:12 pm

My family, myself and friend are heading to the Va. mountains for a little vacation. We have rented a cabin that sits on 120 acres and backs up to the Blue Ridge Parkway. Very secluded.
My two sons and friend plan on making it into a "see what we can find" trip. We will be in the same area as my "animal in the cave" sighting from years ago. We will have generation 4 night vision, trail cams and the whole bit. Do we expect to find or see anything. No! But my boys now 15 and 17 are so excited to just be looking. And to be honest, so am I. My wife is on board and will be entertaining the girls 3yrs old and 6 months while we do our thing. My wife is the greatest.
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Sounds Exciting!

Post  Sweetsusiq on Thu Sep 13, 2012 8:36 pm

I sincerely suspect since you will have your children and wife with you that you will be armed just in case...At this point I hate to walk my little Yorkies in my own yard! Rolling Eyes I've read too many scary encounters. Plus this Dogman/Wolfman creature frankly terrifies me.
Thankfully you are a trained weapons expert, so you can and will keep your family safe.
Have fun, and stay armed and packing up there. It's a prime BF area.
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Re: Going BigFooting/Dogman Adventure

Post  MrBigfoot on Thu Sep 13, 2012 8:54 pm

honestly Susi, you should be much more worried about your fellow humans than any critter in the woods.

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Re: Going BigFooting/Dogman Adventure

Post  dingo3497 on Thu Sep 13, 2012 8:57 pm

Thanks for the concern. Safety first! I really cannot remember the last time I went anywhere unarmed. It has just become away of life. I do not take the responsibility of being armed lightly. Enough of that, but wouldn't it be nice to come back with undeniable proof of the existence of one of these creatures. I don't mean a body, but just sound proof.
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Let us know if..

Post  Sweetsusiq on Thu Sep 13, 2012 10:21 pm

Let us know should you catch a picture or a specimen, okay? It would be fabulous if you, a member of our forum, got the definitive proof of this species. But be safe, you have your wife and babies with you. Make sure your wife is aware of these possibly dangerous animals being in your vicinity. There are many stories of these animals being seen in that area. Tell her not to walk the babies without you being with her, Okay? Shocked


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Also!

Post  Sweetsusiq on Thu Sep 13, 2012 10:25 pm

Don't let the toddler out to play without you being with the child, and you armed. This Dogman creature scares me more than any Bigfoot ever has.
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Re: Going BigFooting/Dogman Adventure

Post  dingo3497 on Fri Sep 21, 2012 9:55 am

Ok, the dates are set for the second week of Nov. Google Earth/topos research on going, gathering supplies and I have been able to secure a FLIR and two generation 4 night vision devices from a very good friend. The cabin site is remote and secluded.
My son showed me on one of the big foot sites several recent accounts of sightings and wood knocking reports in the general area. Do I expect to see anything, NO! But me sons are really chomping at the bit to go.
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Re: Going BigFooting/Dogman Adventure

Post  Blondie1 on Fri Sep 21, 2012 10:16 am

LOL , I bet. Are you going to do any wood knocking?
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Re: Going BigFooting/Dogman Adventure

Post  dingo3497 on Fri Sep 21, 2012 11:44 am

Absolutely! The sound travels so well at higher elevation.

Knowing my luck, I will get a response from another bigfoot enthusiast doing the same thing as I.
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Re: Going BigFooting/Dogman Adventure

Post  CMcMillan on Fri Sep 21, 2012 11:45 am

~bring silver bullets for the dog man~ Giggles Just Kidden

Go and have fun and if you get responses awesome sauce
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Re: Going BigFooting/Dogman Adventure

Post  dingo3497 on Thu Nov 08, 2012 6:37 pm

Ok all, the weekend is almost here and the week long adventure is on. Hopefully I will have something to report in the way of an experience. All the gear is packed and will be doing a "fly by the seat of our pants" type investigations. I definitely plan on spending some time in the area we had the "dogman" type encounter as well as exploring some other areas close to the cabin we have a few leads on. Excited and anxious is an understatement!
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Post  MylesLI on Thu Nov 08, 2012 8:39 pm

Sounds very cool!

I was suppossed to be leaving tomorrow for our trip but caught a nasty bug with all the power issues and weather.

Late Winter/Pre Spring will be the time for us

Have fun!!! Thats what's most important. Time with your family will make it memorable enough...add in the possibility of an encounter and you have all of us cheering you on!

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Re: Going BigFooting/Dogman Adventure

Post  GT3Paul on Fri Nov 09, 2012 1:38 am

Dingo I wish I was going with you, we could use my UAVs equipped with FLIRs and real time video feedback.
I would have my Kimber .45 and think about having my AR-10.308 but I wonder about BF knowing your armed.
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Re: Going BigFooting/Dogman Adventure

Post  Green911 on Fri Nov 09, 2012 7:28 am

I can't wait to hear how it went, good luck, and drive safe.

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Re: Going BigFooting/Dogman Adventure

Post  dingo3497 on Fri Nov 09, 2012 5:19 pm

Thanks all for their concerns and encouragement. All but the little ones have extensive firearms training and basic woodland survival skills. I personally have extensive training in firearms both small and long guns. I have worked both public and private security for the military and currently in the private sector. My wife is an emergency room RN, and we are more than prepared.

All, please do not get me wrong. We our on vacation/fact finding mission for what we saw and what we may encounter. We are 1000% not looking to harm anything. Nor do we plan on being harmed in any way. We will be in a very remote area in the northern part of Virginia. The chance of encountering an unfriendly human is a lot higher than encountering an unknown animal.

I will have my laptop and hopefully reception of some kind. I will post periodically throughout the week on any and all. If we do encounter anything, I will document all and make available exclusively to the Bigfoot Evidence Web Site.
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That's great...

Post  Blondie1 on Fri Nov 09, 2012 5:28 pm

I love updates. I hope you guys have a wonderful time this week-end is supposed to be beautiful!
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Dingo's adventure

Post  MylesLI on Mon Nov 12, 2012 9:28 pm

Hope it was a greattime with the family!! Any interesting experiences?
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Re: Going BigFooting/Dogman Adventure

Post  dingo3497 on Thu Nov 15, 2012 7:58 pm

Briefly came down from the cabin for some additional supplies. Here for another 4 days. No internet or cell phone signals. So far a very interesting but not spectacular adventure. All is well and upbeat. But after several days of day and night observations and scouting. ALL is tired. I will discuss all next week. Take care all!
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keep it going!

Post  MylesLI on Fri Nov 16, 2012 2:00 pm

Very happy you are having a great time! Tha was the first goal!!
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Re: Going BigFooting/Dogman Adventure

Post  Blondie1 on Mon Nov 19, 2012 4:20 pm

dingo3497 wrote:Briefly came down from the cabin for some additional supplies. Here for another 4 days. No internet or cell phone signals. So far a very interesting but not spectacular adventure. All is well and upbeat. But after several days of day and night observations and scouting. ALL is tired. I will discuss all next week. Take care all!

Thanks for the update. Glad things are going well. You'll have to come home to rest. LOL
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Re: Going BigFooting/Dogman Adventure

Post  dingo3497 on Mon Nov 26, 2012 8:51 am

Well the tribe has returned and somewhat rested. As you all know when you have been absent from normal daily events there is a lot of catching up to do.

I wish that I had found prove beyond belief that bigfoot is amongst us but I did not. We tried a very relaxed quiet unscientific approach to our investigations. Between all of us we averaged roughly 50 man hours a day in the woods and then around the clock surveillance from the cabin porch in attempts to get significant proof. A small effort on our part compared to the years and years of time committed to bigfoot research.

I will say that my family was very positive and continued to stay the course when the weather turned difficult and my wife is a saint keeping us all feed, bandaged up from the occasion mishap and solely keeping the smaller ones entertained so we could investigate.

Our days were filled with walking,sitting and listening. We tried wood knocking but no calling. Every night 2 of us would sleep out in the surrounding woods and use the night vision. The others would take turns around the clock looking from the wrap around porch. We all saw a lot of deer and smaller game and one bear. But no squatch or dogman type animal.

Overall a very enjoyable and fun trip. We are looking at possibly going back in Christmas. I have some other ideas and still strongly believe that we will find something.
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sounds great

Post  MylesLI on Mon Nov 26, 2012 2:51 pm

So happy you had so much fun!

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Glad you're back and ok

Post  Blondie1 on Wed Nov 28, 2012 2:37 pm

Dingo did you take lots of pictures? Just pictures of the woods around you or videos?

Glad a good time was had by all.
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