Posted by: Rick Noll on December 23rd, 2005
I write these postings about all things Bigfoot on a Mac G4 laptop with a Verizon KPC650 Kyocera wireless aircard. My Samsung cell phone has a 2 megapixel camera/video inside it (2x optical zoom) with a 256meg transcard so I can take pictures like these on the fly and include them in my posts. Pop the card out of the phone and into a USB adapter, just drag and drop. Great little backup tool for field work.
Anywhere I get cell phone coverage I get the Internet now… but I prefer to sit in comfort and have a cup of coffee while posting here.
Usually I just drop in at one of the many local Starbucks coffee houses and contend with large crowds who flock there. They are quite popular here in the Seattle area, as are bumbershoots and body piercings.
I have been longing for a place of my own though… something maybe with a bit more character… at least where Bigfoot is concerned. Just down the street from my home, there was a Jiffy Lube drive thru that closed down and guess who, or should I ask what took it’s place? A coffee shop. The Aloha Cafe, at 6808 196th ST SW, Lynnwood. They sell Raven’s Brew.
"So what?!", you ask. "A new coffee place in Seattle. Big Deal!"
Yeah, Ok. I see your point. But just look at what they sell…
Rick Noll has been actively searching for the Sasquatch since 1969 and continues his pursuit with extended field trips into the Pacific Northwest's most remote regions. Rick has worked with Peter Byrne, René Dahinden, Grover Krantz, John Green, Jeff Meldrum and the BFRO during all this. He helped with many documentaries on the subject including Animal X: The Skookum Expedition and Sasquatch: Legend Meets Science.