Mysteriously, from time to time, yetis visit the Colorado College library. Unlike their cousins in the Himalayas, these yetis go about in broad daylight among humans and have even been heard to speak.
Anecdotal evidence suggests that the yeti pictured above is female and literate. (While I would never share information about what any patron checks out at the Tutt Library circulation desk, I can identify the book the yeti is holding in the photograph: Loren Coleman's The Field Guide to Bigfoot, Yeti, and Other Mystery Primates Worldwide, probably available at a library near you.)
We believe, though cannot prove, that an entire family of yetis lives on campus. Over the years, other yetis, not shown (for we have no photos of them), have visited the library. Though all the yetis look remarkably similar (one might even say identical), these other yetis have been taller or shorter than the one in the photograph, and have spoken in different voices.
Many mysteries remain. How long do yetis live? What do they eat? Do they ever shampoo their fur? Do they like to read about topics other than themselves? And most compelling: when will we see another yeti at Tutt Library?