Urgh. Things are a little confrontational down there in the valley. Uncle Dan doesn’t seem quite on the level. Not sure Michael’s going to be able to reason with these guys. And what is under that tarp? Don’t tell me. I don’t know and I don’t wanna know.
I do, however, know how young Zeke’s marriage is going to end up. So do you since, in this timeline, we all come from the future.
Also, at a reader’s suggestion, I took a chance and added a thumbs up/thumbs down rating system in the comments section. People, I’m told, sometimes like to show their support of other readers’ comments. To be truthful, I’ve never really paid attention to this sort of thing, but since all the comments we’ve gotten here in the last year and a half have been thoughtful and well-reasoned, and all the readers very respectful of each other, I’m willing to give it a shot. But if people start wagering or buying up-votes to impress their co-workers, I’m shuttin’ that noise down toot sweet! Remember, the comments section is not a competition.
Finally, a friend reminded me that I didn’t point out a recent past vs. present reference on a recent page, so I’ll make up for that now. Remember when Bigfoot and Scout found that rusty old trap? Remember how Bigfoot said he “missed one?” I’m sure astute UTOB readers eventually caught the reference, but for anyone just jumping on, that little mystery was solved just a few pages ago in this very flashback.
Thanks for reading and commenting and liking and sharing (I stuck a bunch of new, easy-to-click share buttons at the bottom of the posts). Tune in next week to see The Naturalist beat the living daylights out of four gun-toting poachers. Or not. -v
Thanks for stopping by. I’d love to hear what you think of the comic. Just remember, Untold Tales of Bigfoot is for grown-ups and kids. So let’s keep the comments appropriate.