James Roberts

James Roberts
I've got this habit, see, of talking to the creatures I'm tracking as if they can understand me. Call it quirky, but it's like I'm inviting them into a silent conversation. It's just one of the many ways I immerse myself in the wilderness, a place that, to me, feels more like home than anywhere else.

I'm James Roberts amd when I'm not out there, you might catch me engaging with folks on my tours, sharing not just the sights but the stories of the land. I love seeing that spark of curiosity light up in someone's eyes. Sure, I run into skeptics, but I take it in stride, often with a bit of dry humor. "Seeing is believing, but feeling is the truth," I tell them, hoping to plant a seed of wonder.

You might find me leading a group through Washington's untamed landscapes by day, but once the sun sets, I'm on a personal mission to uncover what lurks in the shadows. My life changed the day I found strange tracks on a solo hike as a kid. They were unlike anything I'd ever seen, and from that moment, I was hooked.

To me, the wilderness isn't just a backdrop for adventure; it's a vast, living puzzle. Every rustle in the underbrush, every unexplained noise is a piece of that puzzle, and I'm determined to see the big picture. It's not just about finding Bigfoot or capturing a Dogman on film; it's about understanding the mystery and respect for the unknown.

Aside from my adrenaline pursuits, I have an unusual hobby—I collect vintage compasses. There's something about the craftsmanship, the history in each piece, that fascinates me. It's a reminder that exploration is timeless, and in some ways, I'm continuing the legacy of those who ventured into the unknown before me.

So, that's me—James Roberts. A guide by day, a cryptid hunter by night, and a man who talks to the unseen, collects pieces of the past, and lives for the thrill of discovery. Whether I'm navigating the physical terrain of the Pacific Northwest or the mysteries hidden within it, I'm always moving forward, always searching, and always marveling at the wonders of our world.

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