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John Smalldridge

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About John Smalldridge

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    North Carolina
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    foraging,fishing,photography

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  1. She sure was a beauty. In her prime she must have fed a lot of deer, squirrels, and other wildlife.
  2. Nice finds Old Oak! I agree that Adam Haritan's videos are well worth the time it takes to watch them. Maybe I'll get the the chance to get out and hunt soon.
  3. Good one Old Oak! That explains the deer attacks on the funny video shows.
  4. looks like maybe Armillaria tabescens.
  5. Turtles love mushrooms too! I've witnessed box turtles eating A. muscaria and other mushrooms also. Around here squirrels are the number one poacher in my mushroom spots.
  6. Wow!!! That's a really nice score Old Oak! Hens are a mushroom on my want to find list.
  7. Those are some neat looking mushrooms for sure. Every once in a while I'm tempted to try cooking one but then I read a report that they are not that great and decide to just enjoy the way they look.
  8. Those are always fun to find and eat!
  9. Eat-bolete that looks like you got your share of mushrooms this year. I'm in the same boat as cajun this year with a new wife and four month old son. Needless to say that I haven't had as much time to forage or fish as I have in the past.
  10. Wow! Honeys already! Looks like you had a fun forage.
  11. That's a nice haul there Matt! I've not been brave enough to push through the mosquitos to check my trumpet spots.
  12. Nice variety! The indigos are always a fun find.
  13. Wow! Those are large examples of cinnabarinus. I've seen them vary a lot in size, but I've never personally seen such meaty looking ones.
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