A to Z Y is for Yeti


ImageYes I live in the Pacific Northwest. And yes, Bigfoot is one of our International names we claim. And Bigfoot actually has a cousin, I am told. Most folks know him as the Abominable Snowman but his name is really Yeti. He lives in Siberia. I think there must be a race between the Northwesterners and the Siberians as to who can track down their grizzly giants first.

I say be and let be. I’ve never heard of anyone getting harmed by either a Sasquatch or a Yeti. They only walk around in the winter, except for the ones that live in the high regions of Nepal where they walk around all year. But frankly that’s all I’ve ever heard they do. Walk around.

They are deathly afraid of bears even though some people like to argue that their tracks are bear tracks. They’re not. Both Yeti and Sasquatch have long two legged strides and their tracks show four humanoid toes on each foot.

It would certainly be fun to see one of these guys. Just for curiosity’s sake!

About Dianne Gardner

With a passion for wholesome and entertaining stories, Dianne Lynn Gardner dives into fantasy novels both adult and young adult. She is both a best selling author and an award winning illustrator who lives in the Pacific Northwest, USA. Mother of seven and grandmother of 16, Dianne wants to make sure that books which ignite imaginations, strengthen friendships, spur courage and applaud honor are available to every reader in the world.
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4 Responses to A to Z Y is for Yeti

  1. Djinnia says:

    Yetis sound interesting. I would like to see one.

  2. I think the Yeti are also reported to be seen in the Himalayas

  3. sasfootbigquatch says:

    Reblogged this on Armchair Bigfooter and commented:
    Yetis are afraid of bears?

    • Apparently I am mistaken, thank you for having me check on that. They have a distaste for bears according to the Encyclopaedia of Things That Never Were by Michael Page and Robert Ingpen. My apologies. Distaste is not the same thing as fear.

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