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Old Jul 29, 2008, 4:47 pm   #21
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Re: Chants & Chickens

Here are some of the larger chanterells I came across yesterday. I would quess about 3/4 of them had worms. I also found a few nice sized lobsters and a few sweet tooths and about half the sweet tooths were wormy.
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Old Jul 29, 2008, 9:31 pm   #22
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I like the way you use your Pocket Change to show the size comparison Ed
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Old Jul 29, 2008, 9:56 pm   #23
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Look at the size of those chants. Anymore that is pocket change. It costs me that in gas money to get home from the woods. My Dodge V10 gets 8 mpg
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Old Jul 29, 2008, 10:23 pm   #24
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That money is only two tanks of gas now a days. The money belonged to my hunting partner, it takes two to make a mushroom run now. We had a lot of fun. Large woods in Ohio are miles apart. So if you live where the jobs are you have to travel to get to nature. The only woods left in Ohio are those not suitable for farming and they are usually hilly and rocky.The chanterelle where well spread out and the large ones seem to be in transitional areas, areas where the woods would thin out and sun light had more access. The lobsters seem to prefer darker areas with thick cover and downed trees and limbs.
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Old Jul 29, 2008, 10:33 pm   #25
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very nice finds, so did you find the pocket change there also?? If so, send directions please! :D
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