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Sasquatches at Birch Bay this last winter
This is hard to believe, it has been reported by highly unreliable sources that Sasquatch has come down from Mt. Baker for winter clamming. The sources tell us that the Sasquatch likes the winter tides best because the lowest tides are at night and he can’t be detected on the beach in the darkness. Traces of his footprints may be found along the shoreline very early in the morning after very low tide. It is still a mystery where he holds up during the daytime. One source claims that Sasquatch holds up in a Blue Herons nesting area. Keep a lookout for grumpy Blue Herons.
The Fish and Wild Life Service have been questioned about this. The only comment on this they would give is if this is true and he comes to Birch koi Bay for his clams that they are sure Sasquatch would have “aboriginal rights.”
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A few short years ago The Great Gray Heron reported:
I have been grumpy. My winters rest has been disrupted. Two hairy beasts have been hiding in my rookery during the day so they could go clamming during the low tides at night. The only benefit to us herons is we get extra clams that the Sasquatches share with us. Sally Sasquatch is very affectionate. She is so grateful to be at Birch Bay, she keeps trying to Smooch the herons. Be careful! She may run around and try to Smack some people too. Can you imagine going beak to cheek with a hairy thing like that? They have promised to be gone by Valentine’s day. Sally wants to spend a romantic time with her guy in the foothills.
Sally Sasquatch has been said to be quite social. There are reports that she likes to hang out a human gathering. She will often drink coffee or even fruity drinks at bars. She always wears gloves, a scarf around her neck and over her mouth, and a hat even when she is indoors. But her sunglasses are a dead give away. You need to be warned, don’t offer to buy her a drink at a bar. Beau is probably hanging around in the dark outside the building.