"The Basin and Range region is the product of geological forces stretching the earth's crust, creating many north-south trending mountain ranges. These ranges are separated by flat valleys or basins. These hundreds of ranges make Nevada the most mountainous state in the country." National Park Service
"The most mountainous state and the sixth-largest state in the lower 48." TravelNevada.com
"Nevada is the most mountainous U.S. State, with over 150 (named) individual mountain ranges; major ones include the Battle, Monitor, Ruby, Santa Rosa, Schell Creek, Sierra Nevada, Snake and Toiyabe. Over 30 of Nevada's mountain peaks exceed 11,000 ft., with the highest point (Boundary Peak), reaching 13,140 ft." WorldAtlas.com
Wednesday, February 22, 2012
BIGFOOT: Example of a Sasquatch Seen Taking Roadkill
In BIGFOOT: Nevada Sasquatch Encounter Lasting Several Hours, Part 2, I mentioned my thoughts on that the sasquatch Jordan encountered may have been scouting the highway for roadkill. Jordan had seen a fresh bloodstain on the highway, when he walked several miles back to his car from the gas station.
A recently posted report on BFRO.net, details the encounter that a tow truck driver had in Montana, after a car hit and killed a young elk in January 2011. Click here to read that report.