North-Eastern Ohio was my first stop squatchin’ in all 48 contiguous states in 2008. I was invited to go squatchin’ with Mark Maisel, BFRO_Ohio investigator.

On the 5th of January, 2008 we checked out Cuyahoga Valley National Park near Cleveland, Ohio. Cuyahoga is a 33,000 acre park well known for a myriad of deer, many coyotes and numerous bigfoot sightings, the latest reported to the BFRO being on Christmas Eve of 2007. The temperature was in the mid 20s and the park was gorgeous with its steep ravines, rocky cliffs and snow cover. Thanks Mark!

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Ohio 48 in ’48

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