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you cant drive to snow can you did you hike along ways up. the closest ive been in the summer is the evens creek orv look out in carbonato the snow looks way up there. i wish there was a way for rainer or baker to have a road to snow. baker has snow for about a month after snoqualmie pass gets to melty slushy incase your a skier/snowmobiler.i found forest shrooms growing through melting snow last spring,G reat pics makes me wana buy a better diji cam
The caps on those mystery mushrooms look a lot like Lypholiums that I've harvested...but the stems look a lot chubbier than I remember.
I do remember that they are sure group dwellers...BUT...they have a look alike that likes to hang in groups nearby. Sheesh...by brain is shot. Can't remember the name of them.
At any rate, They remind me of a Gomphidius sort of creature from the underside. Hard to tell.
Psilly...I'm an East Coasta as well...transplanted many years ago. About a carbon copy of the route you took but a number of years earlier. Back when Seattleites still walked around with Vibrum soled boots and backpacks.
Jersey girl myself...although my father was born and raised in NYC. I also lived for a period in upstate.
Wonderful shots! Great day to be in the mountains!
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