Found another 139 today!! That makes just under 300 for the week. Cold weather seemed to slow them down a little bit. But luckily our daughter ran into a honey hole today! //i705.photobucket.com/albums/ww57/happyheartedshroomer/100_0335.jpg[/IMG]
Sorry it took me overnight to reply, didn't see the notification until this morning. These were all found in Pike County, I don't have a good spot in Ross County, yet. Yesterday was probably the most exciting day i've had shrooming. After about 2 hours in the woods, we were only finding a few here and a few there. Frustrated and ready to leave, my daughter said, " I found 1, no 2, 3, 4, 5....." So I was walking over to her and looked down found 9 in a row, just going over to her. After that we probably found another 50 in that area. All near downed elms and poplars....Sorry for the long post, but I hope this happens again next time. Anybody finding any yellows or grey's of decent size yet?
PS....I added another "find the mushrooms" photo.....Goodluck guys!
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