Traveling up to Cape Scott Provincial Park, the most northern tip of Vancouver Island, along the logging roads, you come across a few warning signs that Sasquatch is in the area.
First there was the Shoe Tree near Holberg. Its been collecting shoes for a few decades. When I was told, “Its” been collecting shoes, well, there’s no way my over active imagination was about to kick in. I had it completely under control with visions of “it” being sasquatch and the shoe tree could only mean one thing! He was stealing hiker’s shoe while they slept. Whew! I was wearing sandals. Obviously, this was his trophy tree. Cool!
The next telltale sign sasquatch was in the area…
Unfortunately the next photo doesn’t give you a true perspective of how big this tree trunk with a cutout stair case really is. It’s at least 15 feet high. You can can’t tell me that some logger was having fun during their coffee break and made these cuts. I’m going with the old sasquatch tree house theory.
3rd photo … look at the very bottom… ya, that’s me! That’s how big these trees are in this area.
The Holberg logging road is not something you want to drive your vehicle on. Anything other than a truck, you’re asking for trouble. But if you dare try with your own vehicle and it breaks down… Getting a tow truck is going to cost you big time.