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Stephmo Wants to get caught up on all sorts of things

Discover more local adventure (read all 2 entries…)
Go Mushroom Hunting

Know what I love?

Morels.

Know why I hate them?

They have a short, evil season and I keep telling myself that I should learn how to do this local mushroom hunting thing.

Only I don’t want to die from mushroom poisoning (big CON in that pro/con list).

I found out I can join the local mushroom society on a family membership for $15 and this allows for mushroom forays (I’m already learning the lingo), lectures and newsletters. The morels are mentioned often.

They’re cute – I get to mail them my info. With a letter and stamp and everything.



Comments:

TG

I've considered

joining a local club- this is supposed to be a fairly good area for edible mushrooms, surprisingly.

I just haven’t gotten around to it yet ;)

Have fun!

TG

PS

My grandmother hunted for and loved morels- they are one of the easiest edible ‘shrooms to ID (but getting some experienced help when you’re starting out is still a very good idea!).


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