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Offlineazurescen
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cyans in bham
    #2003409 - 10/12/03 09:52 PM (13 years, 1 month ago)

yes yes, they are popping up all over the place now. found a bunch on saturday


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InvisibleNWuser
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Loc: Rainy Pacific Northwest
Re: cyans in bham [Re: azurescen]
    #2003483 - 10/12/03 10:23 PM (13 years, 1 month ago)

Good finds :smile:  Looks like you got a good number of hunting spots already mapped out!

I wish I could get some cyans myself.  Only found baeos so far, but I have my eye out for alder chips. 


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Offlineazurescen
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Re: cyans in bham [Re: NWuser]
    #2003517 - 10/12/03 10:35 PM (13 years, 1 month ago)

yeah, cardboard and I have been scouting spots since august. honestly though, all my cyan spots in seattle are old standby's from years of constant picking and attention, as well as most of the bellingham patches. the new patches we have found this year, lawn liberties and baeos are actually from known cyan territory, just different parts of the parks. new places this year are showing promise, but have yet to fruit. just gotta make lots of mental notes early in the year about what areas show promise, or signs of active mycelium in the soil. that way when the days get dark early, you can just go from patch to patch, without having to scout new territory.


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Re: cyans in bham [Re: azurescen]
    #2004337 - 10/13/03 03:14 AM (13 years, 1 month ago)

nice work azure i have been going every day this week with no prevail...

but i am bound to find a nice patch..

keep up the good work

-- OJAY


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