Happy spring y'all. I moved from central Indiana to Wyoming last year, but in the two years before moving, I got hooked on hunting Morels (and chants and hens and oysters etc) and digging ramps. I will be returning April 20-May 5 to do some work on the house I'm still trying to sell, and I plan on shooting a turkey, finding some morels, and digging a bunch of ramps while I'm there. In the past, any morels and ramps I brought home ended up in a frying pan within a couple of days, so I am concerned about getting anything I find and harvest this trip back home to the family in Wyoming. I have a house with plenty of refrigerator space in Indiana. I will try to delay morel picking as long as possible where I can, and I am going to dig the ramps the day before heading back to Wyoming. I may take a 4 hour trip to SE ohio to my buds for a quick turkey hunt...and he says he has some good morel hunting too. If y'all were going on this cross country trip and wanting to bring back the harvest to your family...how would you prepare? Can morels picked on April 20 make it till May 5 with intermittent access to refrig and coolers? Can I get them back fairly fresh, or am I going to need to freeze or preserve somehow? Thanks for any advice y'all can give me.