I just got back from a quick trip to Seattle. I think it’s a beautiful city, but I don’t know for sure because I mostly saw the inside of buildings. When I was outside, it was rainy, gloomy, and cold. I understand that is rare for Seattle. I did see Bigfoot while there. I’m taking it as a sign that he approves of my new book, Lost Days. He is a big part of the story. I like to think that by revealing himself to me he was saying, “I like what you do, R.W. I like what you do.” And to him I say, “Thanks, big guy.”
Hey, here’s a fun fact. Turns out Bigfoot isn’t that hard to find because he’s got an eatery in the Seattle airport. That’s right Bigfoot is a restaurateur.
Now, I realize I’m being a total Bigfoot nerd when I register the following complaint. The second image is a loosely styled rendition of a single frame taken from the famous Roger Patterson film in 1967.
The problem I have with it is that film was actually shot in Bluff Creek, California. It’s iconic Bigfoot, but it’s not really a state of Washington staple. As far as I can tell, the restaurant chain is exclusive to the Seattle area. I know! I know! It doesn’t really matter, and I actually think the idea of a Bigfoot chain of restaurants is really cool. I wish the company loads of success. I just wanted you to see how twistedly devoted I am to the Bigfoot phenomenon. Yes, I’m weird.
BTW – the pictures were taken with my Blackberry. I haven’t figured out how to take a clear picture with it yet. I always get a slight blur. Then again, that it is so typical of Bigfoot!