My favorite time of the year

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  1. doug66

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  2. Islandboy

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    Are they eco friendly bore scrubbers?
    Perhaps aborigional cartridges found on a dig?
    OK I give, spill it! What are they?
     

  3. TranterUK

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    I dont know what they are, some sort of mushroom perhaps.

    Still, for only 50c the Parsons Sun seems such good value, I may subscribe!
     
  4. 45nut

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    Morels? They're not the hallucinogenic kind are they? :eek::D
     
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    Be sure to cook those with lots of butter, makes it all worthwhile....
     
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    JUNKKING Well-Known Member

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    Mmmmmm Morels!! I used to have a great piece of property I thought I was the only one that knew of LOL. Then someone had to buy it and build now no more morels. I envy you. ENJOY!!!! JUNK
     
  7. Terry_P

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    Those mushrooms look like fine table fare. Our day started a little differently.
     

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    artabr New Member

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    I saw my first Robin of the year yesterday.
    I love mushrooms.


    Art
     
  9. killbuck

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    I'd love to have a bunch of those right now. Dang they are good!
     
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    Fry those babies up!!

    I haven't had any in several years, but I really wish I did right now... maybe that's how I'll spend my Sunday afternoon!
     
  11. doug66

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    I start looking for mushrooms around the first week in April. When the red buds have bloomed it is time. It has been cool here, 10-15 degrees below normal. Had snow last weekend. The mushrooms season usually last 3-4 weeks and then they are gone.

    We have had a ton of moisture, now we could use a little warmth. If I find a big mess, I'll post a pic.
     
  12. Vladimir

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    Mushrooms? I woke up to 3 inches of snow on the ground! :D