One of the best parts of living in the Pacific Northwest is the legend of the Sasquatch.

Heck, we even have a movie "Harry and the Henderson's" filmed in the Seattle area that features the lovable big guy.

The legend of Bigfoot is the one that fascinates kids and adults alike. There is something fun about the mystery of the Sasquatch and I'm a fan!

We've had several "supposed" sightings and documented pictures that always seem to be a little "grainy" but no confirmation that we've ever caught a Bigfoot!

Sasquatch is the best at hide and seek and it's always fun whenever a new sighting is recorded. I always click on the articles when I see Sasquatch mentioned.

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There is now a free virtual tour being offered called "Searching For Sasquatch". It's been offered by Pretty Gritty tours out of The Puget Sound that offers many other tours in the region.

They are best known for walking tours but are featuring several free online virtual tours on YouTube and Facebook.

Here is what the company says about the tour on their Facebook page:

Where does the legend of Sasquatch come from? Where do they live? Join us as we explore Washington state and its history in an attempt to unravel the mystery of our most famous cryptid. From local lore to biology experts, we plan to unpack the story of bigfoot and see what we can find.

 

The tour is scheduled for May 27th at 8 PM and you can observe the whole tour from the comfort of your living room, right there on your phone or laptop. The best part is that the tour is free and you can get more details about the tour here.

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