Published on Feb 10, 2014
A roadside Yowie Sighting along a notorious stretch of the Newell Highway through the Pilliga Scrub, North of Coonabarabran.
The Yowie picked up a fresh Kangaroo road kill and carried it back into the forest.
© Australian Yowie Research www.yowiehunters.com
I like yowies. Really. Don’t know why—they just trigger some level of excitement.
And for some reason the place where this post’s featured encounter happened, the Pilliga Scrub, does the same! Odd, I know. It’s the only location I know of where fighting union workers called a truce and worked together to get the word out to help folks avoid dirt naps.
Perhaps growing up where and when I did is the reason that action and reaction hold so much power in my mind. Seriously. That says it all for me and I am old, crusty and jaded.
This report is long but paced so that it doesn’t matter. Choc-a-bloc with details, enthusiasm and great visuals from the story being told.
The video comes as well from a group I have so far found to be true and proper in their integrity and goals.
Anyway, enjoy and,