Welcome to the Shroomery Message Board! You are experiencing a small sample of what the site has to offer. Please login or register to post messages and view our exclusive members-only content. You'll gain access to additional forums, file attachments, board customizations, encrypted private messages, and much more!
sweet, some of the best pics of semilanceata ever. are any of those from west lake? i tried to find "a west lake" twice a hour and 45 minute trip and still not sure if i found it. i rod through this valley in that area , and eventually had to turn around, when i was turning around at the end of the road, someones property, some guy came out and scetched on me, and made the area sound fishy. he said that i shouldnt be around there especially with what goes on around there.there was such a tense vibe that i didn't even bother asking what he was refering to.
so whats up with that spot, is it cool to pick there? if i was in the right spot it was right out in the open, no trees to hide behind just open fields and the road. there were trees on either side of the valley. it probably was the spot, i just felt scetched being in plain sight in unfarmilliar turf. some farmers will shoot
Well I prevviously told someone do not worry. you just have to keep looking.
EHre are 8 photographs of an area in WEst Lake about a 5 to 8 minute ride in West Lake, Oregon of a massive liberty cap field I have picked at. The road is ont he right side of the pastures innt he image. you can view some of the highway by the telephone ploes and the highway itself. This steretches for a long way and cars cannot see you down tere along the highway side but yuou can visibly see this long field driving down this highway. It is nothing more thabn a local country road in West lake.
Look on a local map for roads adn then travel down them until you find this giant area. I was there in 1992 and picked quite a few big ones form the field. And I only did one small 1/20th of the area.