Everyone had heard of Bigfoot sightings in the west, but the signature sasquatch appeared in southern Oconee County.
Back in Time Antiques owner James Morris added a mythical creature sculpture to his store’s eclectic metal ranch in downtown Bishop’s city center.
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Morris explains that Bigfoot has been on his property for about two weeks.
“People have a charm,” he said. “I sold everything from a flamingo eight feet long to a rooster six or seven feet long.”
Morris, who has sold antiques for almost three decades, arranges metal sculptures in his shop from neighboring states to vendors in Texas and Mexico.
The town of Bishop has become a hub for antique shops. Some people call it “Antiques”. The oldest operating business owner in Oconee County is Wallace Reed of Reed’s Odds & Ends off US 441.
“I spoke to most of the other agents here apart from one across the street [moving] to Here, ”said Morris. “Most of them are friends.”
If you’ve ever wanted to meet Bigfoot – still awaiting State Official Virtual Doll status (OK, not quite) – you’ll be happy to know he resides in Goldendale.
Well, not the real Bigfoot. He is out of society and thus avoids all the Bigfoot Fishing Bassquatch Sunset Shirt, hoodie, tank top, sweater traffic of tourists looking for him. Of course, he’s doing it anyway, so it’s not a big change.
No, the Bigfoot at Goldendale is 10 feet tall and weighs more than a ton, so yeah, quite similar to actual size. He was created by Goldendale’s Barbra Ross. Ross has spent the past three years sculpting this amazing creature for everyone to enjoy. He will have a permanent residence in town, but The Bigfoot Fishing Bassquatch Sunset Shirt, hoodie, tank top, sweater Sentinel is about to have a sneak preview, as you can see in the picture.
But wait – shall we call him Bigfoot? Surely he has a name. In his annual “Journey Through Klickitat County”, The Sentinel calls him Gordon – not to be confused with Gordon Shumway, the alien in the 80s TV sitcom “Alf.” But what do we know? This Bigfoot wants to be named by someone in the Goldendale community.