Dupue encompasses 21,875 acres of harsh Florida wilderness. It lies on the eastern edge of Lake Okeechobee and is probably the most overlooked piece of wilderness in South Florida. Native American archeological sites within the park date back to 500 B.C. The Seminole Indians used this area during their war with the U.S. government in 1835 as a refuge until they were eventually captured and shipped off to Oklahoma.
Together those tracks of land, combined with several other large ones are a part of the “Swamp and Forest Corridor” that covers over a hundred thousand acres of wilderness in the area and stretches for sixty miles or so from the western edge of West Palm Beach to the eastern edge of Lake Okeechobee.
Once the sun came up we hiked into the knee deep water and muck for about three hundred yards or so to a huge semi-dry cabbage palm hammock that had to be at least ten feet high.
Part of how they hunt the hogs is to not putt a muffler on the engine; it literally scares the shit out of any living thing in the area, especially the hogs that are bedded down in the thick cabbage and saw palmettos. The hogs jump up and take off out of the thick hammock into the shallow open water in a panic and the hunters start blasting away at the herd like mad men. It’s not subtle at all, but it is effective. The short hike to out to the huge cabbage palms was exhausting; we had no desire to continue at that point now that the shotguns were going off. I suggested we return to the car and drive in deeper to look for higher ground.
He was around five feet off the ground; his legs were spread like a hurdle jumper.
|This is exactly "Who" I saw|
Clearly this is not a non-human primate
Having seen a giant hairy humanoid jump the entire trail in front of me and then having actually found the tracks it left behind, I have a firm grip on the reality that Bigfoot exists. I saw it and then found the evidence of what I saw.
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