Last weekend, my husband was mowing the lawn when a car pulled up alongside him and a man leaned out of the window.
"Can you tell us how to get to the Sasquatch Teat?" He asked in a thick French accent.
To his credit, my husband was only momentarily confused. The mountain behind our house is called something that sounds similar but is extremely offensive. It's a peak west of Mt Charles Stewart and has no other official name.
I like Sasquatch Teat much better.
He helpfully gave directions, and they were off on their way.
Later that day, we saw the rescue helicopter circling near the peak. I hear that they made it to the summit and then decided to take an alternate route back down... then got cliffed out. But they are ok.
I'm not usually much of a hiker, but I can't climb much right now because of a wrist injury so my husband was able to talk me into doing the scramble up "Sasquatch Teat". It doesn't get a lot of traffic, and parts of the trail were ridiculously steep. Most of the hike follows a ridge with a sheer cliff on the other side, so the views were pretty amazing. Definitely worth doing if you're ever in the area!