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Re: The Chantrelle correlations
« Reply #25 on: 09/29/14, 03:17 PM »

10 pounds in 20 minutes just out the back door. Better get the powder sticks waxed up!


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Re: The Chantrelle correlations
« Reply #26 on: 09/29/14, 04:44 PM »

^Nice beverage to celebrate with.  Yesterday it looked like Zig Zag glacier got a bit of a dusting.  I poked around in the woods near Silverton on Saturday and I found 'shrooms in several 'not so hot' spots where I don't always expect them.  We're all going to be buried in 'shrooms and snow in no time. 
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Re: The Chantrelle correlations
« Reply #27 on: 09/29/14, 08:28 PM »

Been trying to get a pulse on things lately

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Re: The Chantrelle correlations
« Reply #28 on: 08/04/15, 06:40 PM »

yeah, i know, this is a pictures thread.. but two dinners worth picked last week on the north BC coast despite dry conditions. dinner one was sauteed shroom, onion, leek and peppers in Vigo rice with fresh salmon. dinner two was the pizza that left the building, portions of which are still on my tent.. life is good
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Re: The Chantrelle correlations
« Reply #29 on: 10/10/16, 07:12 PM »

Get the fatties out. It's hard to walk in the woods without stepping on these things!


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Re: The Chantrelle correlations
« Reply #30 on: 09/14/19, 01:59 PM »

With so much golden goodness out this early it must mean something?🌨️
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Re: The Chantrelle correlations
« Reply #31 on: 09/17/19, 10:20 AM »

While the correlations has all been in fun, might it mean something?  With at least two rains heavy enough this summer (prior to September) to wet forest mineral soil, the pattern is unusual of late.  I collected a few shrooms in August, and now while plentiful, many are in stages of decay while a new flush comes up nearby.  This correlates to this seasons' rain pattern to date.  Farmers Almanac and NOAA are in disagreement, and the Blob is still nearby.  I'm going to speculate that ski zones subject to coastal influence will see on and off again coverage in the lower bands.  Elevation will matter, so go high or go dry.

Oh..,  I'll be happy to be wrong..  Smiley
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"Maybe we should ban hikers from anywhere that there is a potential threat to surface water?" [courtesy Newtrout, 2011]

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Re: The Chantrelle correlations
« Reply #32 on: 09/17/19, 04:41 PM »

I'm currently devouring a bowl of delicious Chantelle soup and contemplating where to go to find a little fresh this week so things are looking pretty good from my (zero science) perspective. I was up in the 5k zone in the Chiwakum area this morning and it sure did not seem like summer anymore 😉
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Re: The Chantrelle correlations
« Reply #33 on: 09/18/19, 10:28 AM »

A known local area had been picked - lots of cut stalk ends and holes in the moss and needles but found a few pounds of Chantrelles by wandering around. Had a good rain event and maybe another blush on the way? I've seen some lobsters and coral fungi that I was late to so they were earlier than last few years. No Oysters or Boletes yet.... Another damp fall, fungi a-growin - snow for the hills, soon will be blowin .
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Re: The Chantrelle correlations
« Reply #34 on: 09/18/19, 11:17 AM »

No science needed to get stoked on mushrooms and snow.
I've found some nice Porcini on my hikes, but also a lot of wormy ones that were left behind to spread their spores.
It snowed at Muir as you must've noticed.... and it's still snowing in Chile, where I'm headed in 1.5 weeks! Will report back on volcano/mushroom situation when I'm there.
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Re: The Chantrelle correlations
« Reply #35 on: 10/01/19, 02:02 AM »

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