Thursday, April 2, 2015

B*ig F*oot sightings in the Forests of Florida!

Now who would ever believe there are B*ig F*oot creatures in the deep dark forests of Florida?

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(some of you are just learning that Florida HAS deep dark forests!)

It’s a little known fact but we know it is true!

How do we know, you may ask?

Because we met someone that talked to someone else that saw one and now leaves peanut butter and jelly sandwiches in a basket in the deep dark forest for B*ig F*oot.

Don’t laugh!

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Walk with me as the trail goes into the shadows.

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You never know what you’ll see.

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(all photos taken by ‘me’)

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Do we dare go closer?

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Seeing is believing!

And since clearly there is a fence in some of these photos,

I’m joining Tex for the

Good Fences party!

41 comments:

eileeninmd said...

Happy Easter, Diane!

Oh my, you might have be scared to go into the forest again, lol! Thanks for taking me along on your walk. Love the photos.. have a great day!

Knipsa Passtscho said...

Should be nice to know where that person puts the sandwiches :))
Like that fence, it looks like there's a lion laying :)
Happy Easter to you!
【ツ】Knipsa

Margaret Adamson said...

That first shot of the entrance looks a bit scary apart from 'big foot'!

Montanagirl said...

Ha! Great post, my friend! That first photo looks like you could just walk off into a dark abyss!

Linda @ A La Carte said...

You have way too much fun on your walks!
hugs!!

Linda

TexWisGirl said...

i did smile at the pb&j left in a basket. :) love the 'ears' on that hay creature!

LV said...

Very well done. Not sure if I would have wanted to venture into the dark end of the road.

Karen S. said...

Spooky! Seeing is believing, and hey we have a Big Foot here in Minnesota too, so yes I do believe! Ha! Ha!

Sarah Beth said...

I am well versed in the deep dark forests of Florida, and believe that something akin to Big Foot could be residing there :D The moss always make things look spooky... Glad you had your camera along so you could show us!

Shug said...

I see it....a totem pole. And I also see a lot of other things in that forest. Isn't it amazing how nature can create such figures. Have a good day.

Felicia said...

that is one scary image.

love the trees with the spanish moss.

Diane said...

Kinda spooky! Tee hee! Nice pics!

Butterfly 8)(8 Bungalow said...

How funny!

Primitive Stars said...

Yikes, great pictures. Great looking hay monster. Blessings Francine.

Linda Kay said...

Diane, I'd guess if you got that close to whatever is lying by the tree, if he was Big Foot, he would have stolen your camera by now! ;-) Good fence.

Christine said...

Oh it's a bit scary going into deep dark woods! Strange forms in there!
Happy Easter!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Ooooh . I'll be on the lookout over here on this side of the state too. And "hay" if that creature likes PB+J sandwiches, it can't be all evil. (I would eat the sandwich before I got around to leaving it for him.)

Debby Ray said...

It looks like Mr. Big Foot is snoozing underneath the tree :) I would most certainly have gone into that deep, dark place...LOVE the moss on that tree...looks like something out of a Grimm's Fairy Tale!! Cute post!

ImSoVintage Laura Walker said...

Looks pretty scary to me. Now pass the P B and J. :)

Gayle said...

Very nice photos and I love the spirit of your captions. Well done

Cheryl @ TFD said...

As long as Bigfoot doesn't start moving, I'm okay! lol! Cute post and I do see your fence.
Have a wonderful and blessed Easter!

Ida said...

You're right I didn't know Florida had "deep/dark" forests and Big Foot no less!. Funny he or it enjoys PB&J. Enjoyed the fences and the humor and the photos.

NanaDiana said...

LOL- If you disappear I will know where to come looking for you! lol xo Diana

Vee said...

Hahahahahaha...oops! Sorry for laughing.

Sam I Am...... said...

Love your new header! I think that looks like a big foot nest! LOL!
I did hear how pythons are invading the Everglades and destroying the natural animals that habitate there. They said one tried to eat an aligator and "blew up"....I kid you not! LOL! Be careful out there!

JoAnn ( Scene Through My Eyes) said...

Better watch out - especially if you take peanut butter and jelly sandwiches on your picnic.

Kim@Snug Harbor said...

Looks like a beautiful place to take a walk.

Love your bunnies on your header. xo

laurie said...

that does look like big foot relaxing against the tree!!!

Linda H said...

Or... you might find a teddy bear's picnic!! :) "If you go out in the woods today..." :)

CelestinaMarie@SouthernDayDreams said...

Hi Diane, what a creative post and yes, seeing is believing. Love your photos.
Your header is so darling too.
Wishing you a Blessed Easter my friend.
Texas Hugs, CM

cynthia lee designs said...

Great photos!! It sure looked liked a creature to me along that fence...until I enlarged it.
~Cindy

ann said...

And a big foot bed? LOL. There are big foot hunters here in Colorado, too. Florida does have a diverse landscape. We tend to think of it as Everglades, Beach, and Mice as those tend to believe that Colorado is one big ski slope. Have a Happy Easter, Diane.

HOOTIN ANNI said...

Cleverly composed. Loved your narration AND the photos.

BeachGypsy said...

How yall spending the holiday?

Debbie said...

hehehe....such lovely images!!!!

Marlene Plasencia said...

Hi Diane Big foot in Florida, he he. Loving that first picture. Have a Happy Easter Diane.
Sending blessings,
Marlene

Doreen@househoneys said...

That totally looks like Big Foot laying down, relaxing in the sun ;).

Michael said...

WEll now I know I'm never going to FL! :) But, pretell, where are the BOG feet?!

Diane Writes said...

OMG LOL it really looks like a humongous foot

Susan said...

I love being outside and would walk everywhere if I wasn't afraid of careless drivers, poisonous snakes, and ticks! Love your photos! Happy Easter, Sis

Red Rose Alley said...

This is so funny, Diane. My husband is so interested in Big Foot and watches shows about it all the time. Right when you mentioned Big Foot, I smiled.

~Sheri