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Here?s a picture I just took on Thursday. This is after an 8 mile hike through the local coastal forest of California. It is my favorite picking spot for many, many different species of mushrooms ! The forest contains oak, pine, redwood, madrone, manzanita and open meadows... Lots of different habitats for mushrooms of all shapes and sizes to grow!
great topic mj. that forest is beautiful man. i could so see my self relaxing on a big rock with a fat joint just chillin there for a few hours. for some reason your pic didnt load all the way mj i got like the about the top inch of the big pic and all the thumbnails. so lets see some more. soon as i find a feild ill be sure to post some pics. peace
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ANyway Now I need to find my Thai photos of the Mekong River and the mountains. It was up there that I met a Karen Shroom Hunter foraging for edibles for his village. They also make dye form colorful shrooms in the mountains of northern Thailand, laos and Viet-nam and west into northern Burma.
Here is a Thai image from the Mountains and the Mighty River Mekong.
It is in the hills where I am that the karen and Hmong (Meo) hunt for wild shrooms.