You have entered a blog that is dedicated to the preservation of an indigenous people notoriously named Sasquatch, Bigfoot, Yeti, Almasti, Timber Giants, Skunk Ape, Oh-mah and many many others depending on the region you are from.
TreePeekers are two people from different parts of the United States that have united their research to collaborate and educate people that come to them wanting the same experiences and success that they have in encountering and habituating with the people who live in the woodlands.
Freeman Young from San Fransico and Shel Dion from Illinois, both with 40+ years experience interacting with the Sasquatch people. Together they are the cutting edge when it comes to learning about and understanding a culture of people so similar to us in DNA yet so different than us in behavior and environment.
What to expect from this blog!
Together Freeman and Shel will take you on a journey of stories and encounters they have lived through compiling over 80yrs of interaction with the Sasquatch People.
You will be able to view photographs, videos and the latest research available to learn as much as you can from them.
They have a curriculum page that is for those wanting to experience the lifestyle of interacting with these amazing people who live among us and in the woodlands. Testimonials from their students and even stories their students have to share of their experiences and encounters after going through Freeman and Shel’s squoatching techniques.
You will have access to other links and sites that bring you even more information and knowledge. Freeman’s and David Talaga’s as well as other Treepeekers have their art and some of it put on T-shirts and sweatshirts for so many that ask for them. A full product page will be available for your individual tastes in sporting Sasquatch attire.
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