Friday May 13th, my son and I entered Olympic National Park.   It was an amazing day, and considering how much it really rains in the Forest during this time of year, I felt so lucky to have been able to get out in nature as the weather was perfect on Friday and Saturday.   The other piece of this story was that a few years ago my cousin passed away unfortunately at the age of 38, today May 13th, would've been his birthday.  It was an emotional day, as people were reminding me all day on facebook posts, and what not so it was good to get away.  In addition to all this, my best friend has fell on some emotional times and I just needed to get away from everything.   So my son and I headed up to Sol Duc Hot Springs to take some soak time and get out in the forest.   There are so many trails in the Olympic National Park, and millions of acres of forest to explore.   Researching Sasquatch always keeps my mind off of everything else going on in the world so I was looking forward to getting away.    I am so thankful we took all of our camera gear with us this weekend, and I want to share a few photos.    I hope you enjoy - Chuck

Please Note: 
Camera is on Tripod with a Canon EOS Rebel T3i.  Lens EPS 18-55MM Macro 025m/0.8f no external flash.
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For those that have met me I am 6'4" so just showing how large Trees and Stumps and cover can be in Washington State.
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Sol Duc Campground Ampitheater
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A Demonstration of how thick the forest is and how it can deceive the human eye. I have had people say there is a blob squatch here - but look again. It is just my shoulder, and me standing behind the tree looking at the river. Look for my leg and sock.
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Sulfur itself radiates through the forest here. You can smell it from hundreds of yards away. I often hear witnesses tell me they smell sulfur prior to their encounter - Is it possible suflur caves are where they sleep? My mind ponders as I keep walking.
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The sheer size of anything in this forest allows even the largest creature to disappear in seconds.
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Your ordinary Tree Stump - Do you see me? I see you. Just demonstrating how easy it is for Sasquatch to hide, I am peering through a hole on the far side.
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There I am. So again think of how easy this is for them. They live here.
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My Son Demonstrates - find him? He's not the color of the standard tree. They are.
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The forests here are not your average forests - this is only the beginning.
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Granted we are on trail and it's almost dusk, but even then as you get deeper in the forest your pineal gland awakens and you can feel all your senses kick in. You become very aware of your surroundings and emotions, calm, fear, hearing all come to mind as it begins to get quieter.
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Ready to go off trail with me?
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In addition to Sasquatch, Cougars, and Bears also make a living here. Note: your friends are the birds, whenever I am hiking I have my son also pay close attention they alert us and the forest denizens to just about everything.
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This was just beautiful had to take the shot. Note: feel free to use as your computer background - just remember when someone says hey where did you get that? - sasquatchsyndicate.com
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WOW Note: feel free to use as your computer background - just remember when someone says hey where did you get that? - sasquatchsyndicate.com
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So as we moved off trail - I just had this feeling come over me that I was in someone else's home. Now that probably sounds weird but I did. Anyway I moved toward this tree as I wanted to show how the branches looked and how dense with moss they are. But as I walked underneath I swore it felt like the tree hugged me LOL. It was the most insane experience ever.
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I think I made a friend here with this tree. No I am not losing it, but you sort of had this feeling that it was thankful you visited. So as we walked around I kept getting this weird energy, almost like static cling. So I decided to take some stills.
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and THEN this happened................ I don't know your name Mr or Mrs Orb but thanks for letting me share your home. I dedicate this day to my Cousin who on this day would've been 41.
 


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Janet dildine
06/02/2016 6:01pm

I have been told this forest is a k hotbed

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