“With a special guard”
A house buried in the aftermath of Mt. St. Helens' eruption... and a touching memorial to the death of Bigfoot
Am I missing something? Where are the stories?
The statue and A frame are as advertised, but we Had a really bad experience with the staff here today. My wife, mother and I had driven an hour up here to see the Bigfoot and A frame. Apparently they just added a handful of wrecked cars from the eruption and I had the audacity to touch one. The owner screamed at us from across the lawn like we were 5 year olds to stop touching things. If you wanted us to stop just be professional and say please don’t touch the burned up rusted cars. They could have handled this in a much more positive and professional way. Maybe put up a sign? We were almost certainly going to buy something from the gift shop but instead got right back in the car and drove home. The previous owners used to be very nice but as it is we will not be returning the next time we head up to the mountain.
Fun little roadbait for what it is. Take ten minutes out of your way up the mountain to take a picture between Bigfoot's legs, or peek at the buried A Frame - or both.
The gift shop has some cute little nick-knacks (we went home with a hat, a mug with the greatest slogan ever, and a shot glass). The gal running the shop was very fun and friendly, and there was no shortage of Sasquatch paraphernalia.
Recommend at least one stop by in your life, but remember it is a tourist trap.
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Grave of Bigfoot and the Buried A-Frame
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