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We used to travel to Columbia County(WI), but not any more.
I will be sixty-four soon - that terrain is a deal breaker these days.
Better hurry. It is time to go deep.
I used to work in that area. There were a ton of dead elms 28 years ago.
When you find those, it's damned near over. Days at best.
Where you iz?
None of us older farts need that much salt. I use "dust" on venison medallions. It is some of the best stuff i ever threw down my pie hole..
Two hours well spent. I think we have had enough rain, thank you.
These are pretty brittle. Guess we better cook'em all. Pilsner please!
Aside from the fact that you cannot see the light coming through the canopy to identify where the dead elms are, i have but one word: skunks.
In my experience, half-frees are early. I don't see many blacks. The first grays and semilibera coincide in these parts.
We will be done here in a week or so. I promise to do all that i can to direct rainfall your way.
In my best Ed McMahon: You are correct, sir!
That thing that looks like a burnt golf ball is what is left after the "fruit" falls off.
First correct ID gets a kewpie doll.
Tree was the best. I had all of his books. There wasn't much info available back then. I actually bought him lunch and a couple libations a few...
Well, the NWS was right. We got a good soaker. Even a blind squirrel...
In the morning and most of the day. They say.
A couple were fresh - but most were dry and/or frostbit.
All are in the dehydrator already.