When we were on our last overnight recon, I was drawn to a treeline that was in the distance. There was something about this I had seen before. kevin said he had the same impression. It was the classic feeling that we were being watched. Let me say I don't often have that feeling. Most of the time it is a real sense that your are hideously alone.
(This is the tree line we saw from up close)
We were moving up a dirt forest road and I shined my 1,000,000 candle power light at the tree ridge line south of our position. I could not help think how easy it would be for them to just stand on the edge and watch us. I know they have done that many times. If we approach, they simply go back in.
The mistake we made that night was we only stayed on the forest road. We were new to the area and I knew there was much more going on deeper in the woods (Why not, I had recorded a Bigfoot earlier that day on video. I just did not know it at the time and would only discover it five days later when I looked at the video). Keven and I knew we had to return during the day when we had time to explore more.
A couple weeks later we did get the time. The are is only an hours drive from the city and it is very remote way out in the county. We were amazed at what we found out there. Swamp and massive amounts of wildlife and large game trails everywhere. The only way you can find these things is to get off of the forest roads and make your way deep inside.
When you consider this is the area where a year ago Kevin and George found the footprint trackway and I had the sighting, this has to be an awesome area. Kevin came up on a coyote and ran off. It was big and black and not a pet. Again, wild animals are always a good sign. We know they make their way into non hunting areas and so does the Sunk Ape.
The trail cam was deployed in here and it is now only a matter of waiting for it to do its job and collecting the results later. We are very excited about this area.