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The second pic is as close to wild as it gets. Its not in manufactured mulch. It is on a small cliff, under a bunch of Corn-beaked Halzelnut Trees.
I'm not 100% sure what the first one is. But it resembles Stopharia Cyanae. I found it at 4800 ft. above sea level, in the cascades, near the Pacific Crest Trail. I don't think it's active, but I'm actually not sure.
not much action on here. I havent had the time to go out lately. (work) 10-7 most days, too early for me and 7 its dark. Sucks. I want to see pics!!! I know they are popping up now. go run free, get on your hands and knees. have fun for me while I stand and bitch about my job all day! So badly I just want to walk off the job and go to my spots. This has become a rant. I apologize. Good day