If Bigfoot were real, where would he hide in Tri-Cities?
Before you start pelting me with produce, let me clarify by saying I want to believe. I absolutely would be thrilled to hear the announcement on the news that a vetted, first-hand account of the existence of Bigfoot or Sasquatch has been verified as true.
I have a couple of questions I'd like to ask, such as:
- Why'd you hide for so long?
- Have you ever seen a dinosaur?
- Do you like IPAs?
- Why do so many people mess with you?
Maybe he hides because people would annoy him endlessly if he didn't.
I think Tri-Cities would be a good spot to live for Bigfoot, we have lots of natural amenities, plenty of food, fish, and lots of places you could live off the grid.
The Yakima Delta is a huge stretch of game land and is a big preserve. It's also in the middle of a growing city, it offers secluded peace and quiet.
The Colyak is also pretty undisturbed and only true adventure-seekers would know about it. There's a lot of old, growing sagebrush.
If you're hungry, there's plenty of fish and plenty of hiding spots for the ultimate game of hide-and-seek. There is also a secret pond most people who visit the hatchery don't know about.
White Bluffs is very remote, the only way to access White Bluffs is by hiking. It's also not far from the Columbia River or fishing ponds.