Henry Stokes’ “I Love The Yeti” site this week has alerted us to the fact that Gama-Go Yetis may have a fiery sinister side. Henry posted that they are roasting some rather obvious representations of modern society in a new image, as shown below.
This does appear to be the recommended campfire coffee cup for the summer of 2010, on your overnight Yeti hunts.
“I Love The Yeti” is well worth visiting when you are having a down day. It is always good for an instant smile, as the popular cultural Abominable Snowmen (especially the incorrect white ones) seem to shout forth with “happy” cryptovibes.
To continue with this theme, here’s an image of one of the International Cryptozoology Museum docent Erin Ellis’ art pieces, a CryptoPlushie that is a Yeti, now on sale at the museum shop:
While we are in the general neighborhood, the museum does have a newly curated Yeti collection worth mentioning. The early Abominable Snowmen collection is now all in one display case, with materials including the Shipton footcast, 1954 representative art of dark Yetis, the hair, fecal, and skin samples from the 1959 Slick-Johnson Snowman Expedition, Slick cast (a photo of which is at the Expedition Everest ride in Disney World), hair samples from the Hillary-Perkins World Book Encyclopedia 1960 Expedition, replicas of the Pangboche hand and Yeti skullcap, special relics from Nepal, and more.
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