Entering wild lands in search of evidence for the Sasquatch, The legendary bigfoot aka woodbooger, a large bipedal primate sighted in many parts of the USA.
Where did “Gone Squatchin” come fromCovered in dark brown or dark reddish hair”, as described in Wikipedia the Sasquatch ranges from 6–10 feet (2–3 m) tall and is a “large hairy ape-like creature, weighing in excess of 500 pounds (230 kg). So here it is, it comes from the word sasquatch. What is that? Well you probably heard of Bigfoot. As a kid I remember being at a campfire hearing people tell stories of how Bigfoot was found in many places just like the one we were at. As a South Florida resident, we heard many more storied about the skunk ape which is essentially the same thing. Many people believe strongly that these creatures exist. They watch the internet tracking all the sighting’s, they watch videos, and actually go to visit the locations bigfoot has been seen. Seems kinda crazy to me but why can’t it be that Bigfoot does exist. Same with the skunk ape or the loch ness monster. These are intelligent people who do extensive research into the existence of the sasquatches and are unfailing in their desire to understand some of the great mysteries, Is it a man, animal, creature, an ape or simply a great story. What do you think ?
Say it all together “We’ve Gone Squatchin”Below is a great video which talks with people who are ready to go squatchin. If you are just looking for the t-shirts see below. If you think “Gone Squatchin” is just heading to the clubs looking for hairy men or hairy women that is ok too. Simply enjoy the adventure !! Don’t be caught without a really cool american tradition….. A T-SHIRT !!! Here are some great t-shirts to commemorate our journey.