This is my shoe. size 9 ladies and the "x" I made with a big stick. Look at the size of the print in the gravel and the shape!
These are the tracks after the storm. The fresh print is my husband's size 13 men's shoe. He had to jump, as you see on the left bottom side to get up the berm to take the picture.
These are tracks after the storm. This was a Bi-Ped. I would have to jump to make the distance between foot prints. I know the wind blowed the snow over the track and makes it look larger but the depth of the snow and the smallest outline is enormous. You can also see where the track turned to look up hill where the house is and then continued on.
small tracks are fresh from a huge deer running on across.
This is coming back off the hill to the road. These were about 30 yards down from first set. The tracks went over half a mile down the road to the other side where the stream is.
THIS IS THE MOST SIGNIFICANT PRINT. You can see the toes and inside the big print is a smaller foot on top of it. Look closely. It is as if something smaller with the same feet was following the big one.
There is a lot more to this story. I will post more about interactions, smells and sounds and validation from accredited scientists, biologists etc.
Meow for now, Catraven =^..^=