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Offlineheirofgrace
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to park or not to park
    #8810798 - 08/22/08 01:59 PM (9 years, 6 months ago)

Well Im going hunting tomorrow up in WA. It is sunny today, so hopefully you fuckers arent out ravaging everything in sight. Thisll be my first time.

Is it usual for most of you to go walking through parks, or to go out on untamed land not labelled on the maps? Im driving north into an area Im not familiar with, so I just plan on taking walks through the parks.

And does it sound like a good idea to choose ONE park and spend the day there, or to choose several parks and make it a couple hours for each?


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Re: to park or not to park [Re: heirofgrace]
    #8811461 - 08/22/08 04:06 PM (9 years, 6 months ago)

Don't get lost. You wouldn't believe how easy it is to get turned around when you're looking at the ground constantly in the bush. I carry a portable Garmin GPS just in case.

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Re: to park or not to park [Re: heirofgrace]
    #8811521 - 08/22/08 04:18 PM (9 years, 6 months ago)

well it really depends on what you are looking for... There are many types of mushrooms to look for in WA. Just walking through parks is not the best way to go about picking mushrooms.


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Re: to park or not to park [Re: fliped]
    #8811833 - 08/22/08 05:41 PM (9 years, 6 months ago)

Don't get lost. OK. Right! Honestly I never thought about that. Shit I guess my compass will have to do.

And I'm really just looking for Psilocybin's. I've familiarized myself with the stuntzii, cyans, and baeocystis (which I believe are the most common). And I thought it would be sufficient to walk around the woods with these in mind. But pretty much, since I'm a beginner in identifying mushrooms, I'll check out anything that looks like a mushie! And if it blues, or resembles the three above, I'm packing it for further inspection. Sounds like a damn good plan to me. What do you think?


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Re: to park or not to park [Re: heirofgrace]
    #8811851 - 08/22/08 05:46 PM (9 years, 6 months ago)

once your so far out you loose touch with direction, a compass is a must have :laugh:


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Re: to park or not to park [Re: heirofgrace]
    #8813368 - 08/23/08 12:03 AM (9 years, 6 months ago)

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heirofgrace said:
And I'm really just looking for Psilocybin's. I've familiarized myself with the stuntzii, cyans, and baeocystis (which I believe are the most common). And I thought it would be sufficient to walk around the woods with these in mind. But pretty much, since I'm a beginner in identifying mushrooms, I'll check out anything that looks like a mushie! And if it blues, or resembles the three above, I'm packing it for further inspection. Sounds like a damn good plan to me. What do you think?




I agree; it sounds like a good plan.  Let us know how you make out.


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Re: to park or not to park [Re: heirofgrace]
    #8814198 - 08/23/08 03:58 AM (9 years, 6 months ago)

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heirofgrace said:
Don't get lost. OK. Right! Honestly I never thought about that. Shit I guess my compass will have to do.

And I'm really just looking for Psilocybin's. I've familiarized myself with the stuntzii, cyans, and baeocystis (which I believe are the most common). And I thought it would be sufficient to walk around the woods with these in mind. But pretty much, since I'm a beginner in identifying mushrooms, I'll check out anything that looks like a mushie! And if it blues, or resembles the three above, I'm packing it for further inspection. Sounds like a damn good plan to me. What do you think?




You may have far better look hunting urban areas rather than woodland parks.  Try residential parks and look for mushrooms growing out of woodchips.

You might have to wait for it to get colder and wetter before you'll find any psilocybin containing mushrooms, but when the season hits up there, it hits hard.


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Re: to park or not to park [Re: CureCat]
    #8814501 - 08/23/08 08:51 AM (9 years, 6 months ago)

Welcome back.  You were needed.  :wink:


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