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Mushroom Hunting between Storms

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Hey StinkyPete, I think your theory is correct as your suggestion on why others go out got me thinking I should try it.

I know there are some die hard mushroom hunters out there.  The rain only lets up for a couple hours and then comes back.  Haven’t been able to dive and may be going a little mad.  So I thought I would go hike and try to de-stress. I never thought I would actually find mushrooms or even like it, but strangely I now know why others do it.  Its good exercise and something I can do out of the water and still be connected to nature.  I dont think I will be bird watching anytime soon, but did get a kick out mushroom hunting. 

I have David Arora's big book at home, but brought the travel guide with me.  It was harder than I thought to properly ID these buggers.  I did see at least 15 different kinds, but only grabbed two kinds to bring home because I thought I properly ID'd them, but would like others opinions before attempting to eat them. 

I put them all into a PDF, but was not able to post.  I will post the two I think I identified as the Deer mushroom and the Pig's Ear. 

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