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Old May 5, 2016, 4:42 pm   #11
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Re: Found them in Livingston county.

i bet you will show me greys under elms you are calling blacks but they are not. you would be the first person in history to post a picture of a black morel under an elm tree. i saw your picture but you got a long way to go to show me 30 pounds worth for this early in the season. i mean you dont have to prove anything to me, but i don't believe you found 30 pounds
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Old May 5, 2016, 4:43 pm   #12
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There a no morels in the Brighton State Parks
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Old May 6, 2016, 12:49 pm   #13
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Re: Found them in Livingston county.

I agree. I have never found any there (grin).
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Old May 8, 2016, 5:15 am   #14
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Re: Found them in Livingston county.

Brighton, nor any down state regions ever produce any mushrooms growing. Morels, (black or yellow), boletes, hens, wood ears, velvet foot's, oysters, chants, or any other kind.

Everyone knows you have to travel far ends of the earth to find mushrooms. Usually farther than you have gas money to spend!

And no species will ever grow anywhere, other than near it's own private preferred private host tree.

You can ignore me. I'm just trying to relax and have fun.
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Old May 8, 2016, 10:21 am   #15
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Re: Found them in Livingston county.

Well this time out (today) I found a golf ball! The spots I am looking seem like great spots with lots of dead elms, just can't seem to find any, will keep looking. One thing I found is how very beautiful and peaceful woods are in the crisp spring air, sure I would love to find some, but the exercise and serenity of my hikes make it worth it even if empty handed. Would love to go once with an experienced shroomer, but I understand why that won't happen.
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