My Strangest Encounter with a Person, Place, or Thing in the West
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by sebreno — A picturesque view can distort one's perception
An unexpected and unrequited encounter with a mountain lion high in the Sierra Nevada.
A female college student finds a very unusual cow pie that isn't a cow pie after all. Her reaction to finding this unusual cow pie surprises her coworkers such that they never again tease her about what she'll do if she finds a rattle snake.
It only happened at dusk and at night and I was the only one to hear it. It sounded like underground drilling for uranium.
A spirit medium describes her strangest experience of paranormal activity in the west.
A picturesque view can distort one's perception
A wildersness encounter between two disparate hikers.
A disturbing discovery along the Cross Mountain Trail in Colorado.
All the things that happened on one trip across Nevada.
Apt comparisons are sometimes elusive, but comparing the size of a giant tree to a creature that lives in the ocean and is rarely seen in its entirety is not that useful. How many blue whales do "fit" in a giant Sequoia?
A scary and unusual thunderstorm.
Rattles, fangs and a shovel.
The title pretty much sums it up, don't you think?