Dates: May 10-13 (Wed. - Sat.)
A: The following Sunday is Mother's Day]
The first BFRO expedition
in Arizona led to the discovery of a very
interesting cave in a remote part of the Fort Apache Indian Reservation
that appeared to have been used by sasquatches.
The second Arizona expedition focused on a different part of the Mogollon
Rim zone and resulted some compelling
incidents at night.
The Mogollon Rim is a not well known outside of Arizona. Its notoriety
is overshadowed by the Grand Canyon. Though not quite as visually
spectacular as the Grand Canyon, it is much larger and more devoid
of humans along 95% of it. The Mogollon Rim is also more relevant to this
subject because it has much more plant and animal life than the Grand
The portion of the Mogollon Rim zone targeted in the upcoming Arizona
expedition likely has a resident family of sasquatches that feed upon the
abundant elk and deer herds there. It is a surprisingly wet area, by Arizona standards,
especially in the suumer.
At the hottest times of the year in the rest of Arizona, the rim
zone receives very reliable precipitation, as
humid air from the Gulf of Mexico is funneled up and over the rim, creating
updrafts into colder air which results in massive thunderheads and rain
showers nearly every afternoon. The vegetation in this area is surprising
lush and green in the summer, supportiong a particularly large elk and deer population.
Expedition organizer Stephanie Guzman has led small groups to bigfoot
areas in Arizona for a few years now after learning the process during a
BFRO expedition in California. She will be assisted by long time
members of the BFRO who will have state-of-the-art thermal optics for recording
video in the dark.
At this time she is accepting requests for participation by non-members. You can
contact her after you have read
the Frequently Asked Questions about the
expeditions and follow the instructions therein.