I have found myself in a #longdistancerelationship that has changed my life because after 36 years I’m home. Thanks @lewis7281 for caring about all of my stories. Even the ones that are hard to listen to. Thanks for calling me out when I need it. Sorry I’m a bad driver and that I work too much. Thanks for loving me even though I don’t eat gluten. I’ll go #mushroomhunting with you and I’ll always be thankful to spend time with your family. Zoe is my favorite daughter already and I think she knows it. 🤷🏻♀️😉 I’m your biggest fan, I’m your cheerleader, I’m always going to be on your side.
I’ve never seen a calmer person in my life and I am happy you’re here to dilute me gently when I’m over the top. Nothing prompted this, except that I am extremely thankful for you.
🍄 Cakes producing pins are making nicely shaped fruit bodies, yield getting lesser but quality never failing, the fourth flush on this cake is still beautiful 🍄 +
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Mushrooms two ways - while hiking back from tubing I found a beautiful fresh flush of Meripilus sumstinei, or Black-staining Polypore. I made a test batch of jerky last week and it was so good - all the tender edges of today's find are marinating in a soy sauce/apple cider vinegar mix; the tough stems are going into the slow cooker with veggie ends to make some stock. #mushrooms#mushroomhunting#wildfood#mushroomjerky#thesavvyforager
We have returned to balmy Burlington after a week in Maine, where we feasted on wild blueberries and lobster and swam in frigid waters. It was a dry, rainless week, but we awoke every morning to find a thick layer of moist coastal dew coating our campsite. This summoned a variety of familiar summer mushrooms growing in surprising settings - a terroir that melds mountains and ocean, conifers and pink granite. We found these distinctive golden chanterelles growing amid lichen under spruce trees, and enjoyed just a taste of them grilled with a few morsels of Maine porcini.