Found a few tonight of good size and variable freshness from seemingly just-popped whites to way gone burned-up yellows. My perennial final morel slope of the year is just starting (I found four 1- to 2-inchers). I've been finding multiple dozens on this bank each season for more than 15 years and I've been waiting patiently for it to start, hoping against hope that it still has some juice. Amazing to me how consistent a producer this smallish area has been for so long. The vein typically runs 10 feet to the north of the tree, 20 feet west, 10 feet east and up to 75 feet to the south. On a nice, gentle 3:1 slope with a perfect variety of ground cover and in shade. North facing. In the long ago, the north vein used to extend much further, up to 40 feet, but this has shrunk considerably over time. Anyway, at least one more trip for me to morel heaven this year yet.