A friend's experience tonight - your help, please?

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Re: A friend's experience tonight - your help, please?

Unread post by thehairyone » Mon Apr 30, 2018 9:36 pm

Sorry to hear about your loss Shaz , My sincere condolences
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Re: A friend's experience tonight - your help, please?

Unread post by Black » Tue May 01, 2018 8:54 am

Hi Shaz,

My condolences, I'm sorry to read about your loss.

Any questions to you of your friend, and metal detecting, can wait.

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Unread post by inthedark » Tue May 01, 2018 11:06 am

Condolences to you and yours, Shaz. Hope your dad had a good innings, and travelled on peacefully.

Meantime, I'm having trouble with that location, as linked in your initial posts. I cannot imagine how an 8' tall hairy beast could exist in such a place, unseen. If anyone else can help out with that, I'd love to know more. How it's possible, theoretically.

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Re: A friend's experience tonight - your help, please?

Unread post by sensesonfire » Tue May 01, 2018 7:53 pm

inthedark wrote:
Tue May 01, 2018 11:06 am
Condolences to you and yours, Shaz. Hope your dad had a good innings, and travelled on peacefully.

Meantime, I'm having trouble with that location, as linked in your initial posts. I cannot imagine how an 8' tall hairy beast could exist in such a place, unseen. If anyone else can help out with that, I'd love to know more. How it's possible, theoretically.

Cheers,
ITD
Hi inthedark, I would also like to offer condolences to Shaz at this sad time.
That location although it does seem somewhat open is actually part of a green belt that skirts through the suburbs and up into the hills. The vegetation is quite thick in places and at night a Yowie could go unnoticed being a camouflage specialist, daytime I doubt it as the biggest obstacle would be crossing some major roads and Highway. Does seem a bit of an obstacle course for a Yowie to follow just to end up at Southernwood Park but it's not impossible.
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Re: A friend's experience tonight - your help, please?

Unread post by inthedark » Tue May 01, 2018 11:11 pm

sensesonfire wrote:
Tue May 01, 2018 7:53 pm


Hi inthedark, I would also like to offer condolences to Shaz at this sad time.
That location although it does seem somewhat open is actually part of a green belt that skirts through the suburbs and up into the hills. The vegetation is quite thick in places and at night a Yowie could go unnoticed being a camouflage specialist, daytime I doubt it as the biggest obstacle would be crossing some major roads and Highway. Does seem a bit of an obstacle course for a Yowie to follow just to end up at Southernwood Park but it's not impossible.
Thanks for the additional info on the location. Green belts can be corridors for wildlife of course, it's just that the belt in question appears to be only about 50 metres wide, at best. At least the portion under tree cover. Further, it's surrounded by suburbia. Just can't imagine why a huge, ultra shy animal would enter such an area. Incredibly dangerous, and no point to it.

I admit I have great difficulty with semi-urban and rural encounters, so I'm working with a bias. I guess I feel that it's so incredibly unlikely, that reasearch energy in such locations is wasted.

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