Finding sasquatch was no problem. They were everywhere. In Skamania County, they call them Bigfoot. I prefer sasquatch because that name has a mythical air about it instead of some fictitious sounding name.
But in this Columbia River Gorge county, the mystical beast truly is Bigfoot. That's what it was called in the county ordinance that made it a crime to kill one. That's a law I can live with, making it illegal to kill something that doesn't exist.
Not that you would want to kill one of these adorable beasts anyway. The town of North Bonneville, about 40 miles east of Portland on the Washington side of the Columbia, has embraced the legend of Bigfoot by placing chainsaw carvings of them along the town's Discovery Trail.