Things are getting hairy here in the mountains

North Carolina has its own Bigfoot – a creature called Tsul ‘Kalu by the Cherokee, a term which roughly means “slanted eyes”, and refers, some think, to a creature like Bigfoot.  Well – guess what we found today in the backyard.

The footprint:

None of us have feet this big.

None of us have feet this big.

Next, someone – or something – had taken an enormous bite out of a half sandwich left on the porch overnight:

Apparently Tsul 'Kalu doesn't like crusts either.

Apparently Tsul ‘Kalu doesn’t like crusts either.

Finally, look what we found stuck to the garden gate!

If we ever meet him, I may ask him what conditioner he uses.

I think that my oldest would be delighted to meet Tsul ‘Kalu. And if Tsul ‘Kalu happened to have a pet unicorn, his cup would overflow with delight.

bigfootunicorn

This is a bit late for an April Fool’s day post, but we’ve had a busy long weekend. I hope you all had a good one.

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