I found one! The writer at gyromancer.com admits not wanting to traipse around in the woods looking for Bigfoot scat, though the person likes reading about them. I had to agree, this writer is onto something.
My recent experience in the woods was minor to say the least, but it brought forth a few realities of Bigfoot research. (1) Poison Oak. (2) Mosquitoes. (3) Standing Upright on Steep Hillsides.
Learn from my mistakes. Be prepared.
On the other hand, I noticed that though plenty of mosquitoes landed on me, I have no pesky mosquito bites to show for it. It may be because I have a habit of eating lots of garlic, both cooked and fresh.
For poison oak, if you have to walk through an area innundated by these plants take a shower or at least get in the nearest river or stream to wash the poison oak oils off once in a while. And if a rash develops, you might like what my doctor gave me – it’s a cream called triamcinolone acetonide. It dries up and dispels the rash in only a few days as compared to the normal course of a poison oak rash – about two weeks. It must be used sparingly and I really don’t know what the hazards of using it are – but considering the benefits I’ve been pleased with the results.