By Oregon Rider
This story is a short one but one that scare’s me to death. I was in the woods on my ATV, a place I was never scared to go to before. It was about 7:00 p.m. in august of 2010. In Roseburg at that time there were a lot of cougars.
But the one I saw was about twice the size of a normal North American cougar. I had been brushing and it was after I turned the chainsaw off that I herd heavy breathing. As I turned around I caught a glimpse of the tail, the black tip of it. I was freaked out so I decided it was time to go, so I turned to walk to the ATV. As I walked through the clearing to the middle, as I threw the chain saw on the rack I looked up into the trees, immediately wish that I hadn’t. There about 7 feet in front of me was the biggest cat in north America.