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The organization may need a new division.

Discussion in 'Open Forum' started by Fitz, Apr 19, 2020.

  1. Fitz

    Fitz Wooden Canoes are in the Blood

  2. dtdcanoes

    dtdcanoes LOVES Wooden Canoes

    And so too does Dave, an amateur mycologist, like this , but fearful of too much education regarding the purported benefits of foraging. So in that spirit I must advise the " Hens " are normally infested with little black beetle maggots and the " Chickens " are slimy when immature and tough as hell when mature. Watch out for the Amanitae . They can kill you liver and there are too many look-a-likes to consider any of them especially the Yellow patches ! When I was a kid Dad and I would forage around the perimeter of Walden Pond and while he never really knew for sure what we gathered , I came to understand that, as has been said..." things are seldom what they seem, milk can masquerade as cream ".
    I would love to be a member of the new WCHA Division.
  3. Rob Stevens

    Rob Stevens Wooden Canoes are in the Blood

    As I often say, "There's fungus among us".

    I also say, "All mushrooms are edible. Some mushrooms are only edible once."

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