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Another walk in the woods with unstasfying results
    #840304 - 08/24/02 12:05 PM (14 years, 3 months ago)

I guess fungi season is over here in the Northeast Part of the USA. or at least is getting there, only found 2 species this time...
here are the pics..



Maybe next summer ill have better results!


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Re: Another walk in the woods with unstasfying results [Re: tps]
    #840367 - 08/24/02 12:39 PM (14 years, 3 months ago)

the first mushy is nasty looking. The season over here in the PNW is just about to start. I CANT WAIT!!!!!!


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Re: Another walk in the woods with unstasfying results [Re: NewHunter]
    #840377 - 08/24/02 12:43 PM (14 years, 3 months ago)

its like christmas i cant sleep at nights lol


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Re: Another walk in the woods with unstasfying results [Re: tps]
    #840422 - 08/24/02 01:12 PM (14 years, 3 months ago)

Well that is just a bad scene right there dude.

Anyways, walking through the woods is always fun to find a good sum of mushrooms but this is strangely enough not the place to be finding magic mushoroms.

1. Cow pasture
2. Horse pasture
3. Residential areas
4. Commercial areas

These are your best spots to look with 3 & 4 being locations that have been disturbed by man and built up with buildings and houses and lawns with sprinklers and landscapes and flowerbeds.

1 & 2 are the obvious. Probably for Panaeolus subbalteatus and if you find a great enough spot that produces this mushr0oom you could be a lucky person in the northeast. I f you are further north near Canada then you would also have many more species to look for but i would say that from the state of Mass. down to N. Carolina then that would be pan subb territory if you ask me.

To think that Shroom season is over or about to begin is a sad story. GGood thing i was born in the great white north and am only a transplant to this wasteland of florida because these people born down here have never seen snow and know very little about seasonal changes, therefore, they are sucky and bland people. hhehehe. Truth being said.

To run out of Shrooms is not a fun time for any Shroomer. Cultivating mushrooms can be a daunting task to learn and it can be messy at first but after a year or so of doing this you can make it work in a stealthy way. But don't ever trust any girls with red hair with the name Annie or else you will have a world of problems on your hands trying to cultivate around such people.
SShe just couldnt keep her crazy little fingers away from these projects.
It was just a big problem.

But dont worry because i sent her to Minneapolis minnisota for the week and with a little luck she will stay there for longer than expected and then go back to her abusive exhusband in Hong Kong and live in Beijing because i dont even want to see her little kid because it just breaks my heart to see such a great kid seperated by such a distance of insanity.
I just wont have to deal with this anymore.

Keep shroomin,
GGreatOne234


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Re: Another walk in the woods with unstasfying results [Re: GGreatOne234]
    #840505 - 08/24/02 02:00 PM (14 years, 3 months ago)

Thanks for the words GGreatOne234, the main reason im looking in woods and not cow pastures, is cause all that is basically in my backyard, we live mad far out in the woods, so i enjoy going for walks up in the trails.
I see cow pastures rarely, but whenever i do see them, i make sure to roam around for a while! ehehe
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