Alaska: Accidental Trespassing, Bigfoot? Prints and Creepy Things in the Woods

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  • Published on:  Thursday, August 2, 2018
  • S2 Ep 85 RVing Alaska: Leaving Tok and heading toward Fairbanks, I follow a road and end up meeting some locals, I also discover some interesting bigfoot or bear prints.

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  • ThatOldBiddy

     (Aug 3, 2018)

    "Lets follow fresh bear tracks!", said no one who values their life.

  • LoveUBobby

     (Aug 2, 2018)

    Umm...after seeing the bone and the bird...You really need to rethink walking around anywhere at amazes me that you have no rules, and more then likely no weapon. I'm not talking about spray either. I've seen all your videos and they were great, but this one is disturbing to me. You continued on your walk ignoring your vibes and in this day and time it is very dangerous to do that. If something happens to you in the woods, Capone would be stuck in the RV until someone comes along. I worry...

  • Jason Piverotto

     (Dec 8, 2018)

    It's a trap setup for wild cats and wolves


     (Nov 15, 2018)

    The bird wing and bone that were fastened to the tree were there as attractors. There was at one time a trap placed there and the attractors were to draw the animal in.

  • MIke Caldwell

     (Aug 2, 2018)

    The wing on the twine was a trappers setup to trap an animal. You should be careful because the trap would be under the wing and under the leaves to hide it. If your dog was there he could have been caught in the trap

  • Kym B

     (Aug 3, 2018)

    What a silly woman.

  • RocKiteman _ 2001

     (Aug 2, 2018)

    You *might* want to *rethink* your view of carrying a firearm. At least for Capone's safety. {Really.}

  • C.L. West

     (Aug 2, 2018)

    YES! When Canadians go into the wilderness, they are REQUIRED to carry protection! It is very concerning she goes out all over the place without being armed!

  • Rebecca Treeseed

     (Aug 2, 2018)

    Mom wounded a bear, my dad went after it. It circled around and tracked my dad. He turned around without reason, and shot it right in the face several times. It dropped at his feet.Watch behind when you see bear track, they can circle around.

  • Dianna Bowen

     (Sep 5, 2018)

    and my uncle went bear hunting with a friend...both experienced hunters...a griz attacked, killed and ATE his friend...they found part of his remains in the bear's scat...NEVER a good idea to go into the woods like this person does... but maybe she's a "bear whisperer"? Anyone ever hear the name Timothy Treadwell??

  • Tanya Marsh

     (Aug 2, 2018)

    That was indeed a bear track, but not a very big bear for Alaska. Maybe a young adult or juvenile, using your shoe as a gauge (unless you're a size 11). From your video of you walking that road, it does not appear that you are carrying bear spray - which is an absolute MUST in bear country!! If you're not, please reconsider and carry a large can capable of spraying 30 feet. You think bears aren't interested in you, but you'd be wrong. Please, don't take unnecessary risks.

  • Tuckered Out

     (Aug 2, 2018)

    I’ve gotta tell you Carolyn, I’m retired from law enforcement and I don’t think I’d be brave enough to walk a mile down that path knowing there was evidence of grizzly paw prints in the area. I know you’re cautious but still...I really do worry about your safety.

  • Soniador Rottie

     (Aug 7, 2018)

    Fear is the enemy. Do we all go to work each day, dogs locked in a crate, and worry about a car wreck? I’m sure she has people she keeps in contact with. Come on killjoys. Leave her alone. She loves Capone more than some people love their children.

  • Dale Watkins

     (Aug 4, 2018)

    Many, carry bear spray at the very least. I'm Canadian, and have spent 'many' years hunting in the north country, and seeing Grizzly tracks makes the hair on the back of my neck stand up...even while carrying my hunting rifle! You just can't take a bear for granted....I've seen them, and they can move 'much' faster than we think they can! Always, be wary in the bush...and always try and make noise while walking a trail.

  • Roger Murphy

     (Aug 2, 2018)

    Girl there is no way I would be galavanting out there alone after seeing THOSE tracts!!! lol! Too risky without protection and do you really think that spray would stop a grizzly NOT! Just good humor and concerned please be careful and enjoy ur travels. April

  • Kat Justice

     (Aug 2, 2018)

    Are you crazy?.. Seeing bear tracks that looked fresh and you keep walking, then come across a bone and some feather looking thing hanging in a tree and you laugh and think nothing of it, how do you think it got there? I can't call you brave, maybe misinformed about possible dangers.. I can't watch your videos anymore because I keep thinking something is going to come out of the trees/brush and attack you.. You put yourself in too much danger..

  • Bayeaston

     (Sep 4, 2018)

    Lol! Um, if something jumped out and hurt Carolyn, the video would end, honey. Carolyn wouldn't be around to put it up.Go find a less adventurous vlog, Chicken Little!

  • Dianna Bowen

     (Aug 5, 2018)

    I agree...I stopped watching these about a month ago when she chewed us all out because she was/is breaking the law by refusing to use her seat belt and we cared enough to encourage her to use it... I just popped back here to see if her attitude has improved and sadly, it has not...