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At last! Spent 3 1/2+ hours walking trails to find a half dozen. Found the rest of 38 busting brush for 20 minutes. View attachment 43236
That morel life is a grind my friend. The better you get at it, the more addictive it becomes. You know you've got the morel fever when your driving down the road looking for elm trees lol
 

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At last! Spent 3 1/2 hours walking trails to find a half dozen. Found the rest of 38 busting brush for 20 minutes. View attachment 43236
Yeah your so right walking for hours just to get a few! it's not like other states where you can go and find bucket loads of them in a few hours or shorter. Pa. is not like Iowa, Nebraska, Michagan, etc. they are so lucky. looked yesterday and all day just to find 20 this really sucks!!!!
 

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Yeah your so right walking for hours just to get a few! it's not like other states where you can go and find bucket loads of them in a few hours or shorter. Pa. is not like Iowa, Nebraska, Michagan, etc. they are so lucky. looked yesterday and all day just to find 20 this really sucks!!!!
Mother load spots are few and far between and people who got them usually take them to the grave lol
 

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I agree with everyone the morel harvest has not been ideal. However, there is more to the season than harvesting.
The anticipation of the hunt, burning winter calories, bird song, wild flowers are all reasons to venture out. And every once in a while you stumble upon something you've never seen before; like a small garter snake with delusions of grandeur.
Terrestrial plant Grass People in nature Toad True frog
 
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