User_Name: Lobo's Wife
Date: Friday January 31, 2014
Time: 07:05 PM

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August, Garf, Boletus Joe and Mad Morel: I placed a message update today regarding Lobo on the Mad Morel board. Thank you for your concern.


User_Name: tangomango
Date: Thursday January 30, 2014
Time: 02:12 PM

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Hi thecuban, whats ur email? thx, tangomango


User_Name: mikenmatt
Date: Wednesday January 29, 2014
Time: 07:26 PM

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Does any one know how to get a hold of butch and Shirley in powell river ?


User_Name: thecuban
Date: Wednesday January 29, 2014
Time: 03:11 PM

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srry tango i sold them for 180$/lbs and i was realllllly happpppppppy with the price .......that was all premuim grey ...srry about that my friend!


User_Name: Jack Stone
Date: Tuesday January 28, 2014
Time: 12:18 PM

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Morels are where you find them its that simple. America is a BIG place and they grow all over. You will need to get an "area specific" understanding of them though........ps - there is tons of info on the internets so study away! It's really all you need and some leg work of course!


User_Name: Kim
Date: Monday January 27, 2014
Time: 07:43 PM

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Hey newguy, I find morels in douglas fir all the time, it's the best places to look for them besides regular ol pine trees!


User_Name: garf
Date: Monday January 27, 2014
Time: 05:41 PM

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First time on here for awhile and i just read about Lobo's health... sure hope he continues to make progress and wishing him the best in his recovery...


User_Name: A New Guy
Date: Monday January 27, 2014
Time: 04:31 PM

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Im fairly new to morel hunting,, just been doin it for the last 3 spring seasons when I get spare time. I have always heard douglas fir wasn't good trees to find morels around but last spring I got some whoppers and good quantity from a forest area that was mainly doug fir. Anybody else find em like that?


User_Name: Boletus joe
Date: Monday January 27, 2014
Time: 12:02 PM

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Like the Flu That is making the rounds. There is a new sickness about to happen... called M.A. "Morel Anxiety "..... and it is about to hit in a big way. Does anyone have any symptoms?


User_Name: Ron
Date: Thursday January 23, 2014
Time: 05:30 PM

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Yeah, I'm wondering what kind of season the people in northern cal and southern or are gonna have this spring........Dry as a popcorn fart is an understatement for those parts! Wa looks good so far tho.......


User_Name: tangomango
Date: Thursday January 23, 2014
Time: 02:51 PM

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Hi thecuban, What is your contact information? Thanks, TangoMango


User_Name: Tiny
Date: Saturday January 18, 2014
Time: 08:57 AM

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I for one would never buy foreign or imported mushrooms for one simple reason; Some parts of the world have no food safety standards and the consumer has no idea the chain of custody. By that I mean you don't really know the handling procedure or origin. Some mushrooms from Europe are still contaminated with fallout from the chernobl nuclear disaster. In other places they are harvested with less then sanitary conditions, to put it kindly......


User_Name: thecuban
Date: Wednesday January 15, 2014
Time: 05:22 PM

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i got some morel 33 lbs


User_Name: tangomango
Date: Wednesday January 15, 2014
Time: 03:47 PM

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any dried morels available, if so, at what price?


User_Name: tangomango
Date: Wednesday January 15, 2014
Time: 02:35 AM

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any dried morels available, if so, at what price?


User_Name: found buyer
Date: Sunday January 12, 2014
Time: 09:55 PM

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Found a buyer northern. $200 a pound. thx


User_Name: northern
Date: Sunday January 12, 2014
Time: 06:43 PM

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To- Need Cash more info needed- type of morel and from where- how to email you - canada or where


User_Name: Need cash
Date: Sunday January 12, 2014
Time: 12:09 AM

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What would a 100 pounds of dried morels be worth right now?


User_Name: Vern
Date: Saturday January 11, 2014
Time: 08:44 AM

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I don't mean all companies are that way, but some are and like the trend in a lot of other businesses the last 20 or 30 yrs it's greed driven with no regard for labor


User_Name: Ron Of Nanook
Date: Friday January 10, 2014
Time: 06:28 PM

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We've all heard the stories or had experience with some very unethical operators, but not all are that way, of course. I sell to a small company and they operate on a fair trade policy similar to a co-op type of deal.


User_Name: Vern
Date: Sunday January 05, 2014
Time: 04:34 PM

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Oh ps - there's no better way to obtain the freshest best quality mushrooms than to buy them direct from the person who gathered them. Top quality, Prime and delish! Not at all like the ones sitting around in a refrigerated cooler for days or even weeks as is often the case with mushrooms purchased from big distrubutors who also by the way are the slave wage companies who pay very little to the person who gathers the mushrooms, then sells them for the big bucks! um ya unethical is the right word for that!


User_Name: Vern
Date: Sunday January 05, 2014
Time: 04:28 PM

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I couldn't agree more Kim. China for one has a terrible and well documented ethical problem related to food production and the most god awful pollution you could imagine...its fallout really, from industrial pollutants and heavy metals. They just released a report that said one food producing area alone..where rice vegies etc..are grown is contaminated and unfit for human consumption..its an area the size of the state of Rhode Island !!!! and this is just what the have admitted publicy so you can guess the rest....


User_Name: Kim
Date: Sunday January 05, 2014
Time: 10:32 AM

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Yo Peeps! Please remember to buy local, ethically harvested wild mushrooms! Avoid mushrooms harvested with slave wage labor and foreign grown mushrooms! Know your mushroom hunter and therefore know the source of the mushrooms you eat or serve your customers!


User_Name: Mad Morel
Date: Sunday January 05, 2014
Time: 02:07 AM

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To Nanette and John I as well as Boletes Joe and many others have missed hearing from you. I got to know you from this bored along with many other's on here over the years and shared many of are experience and our knowledge of what we learn in our research. I do hope you return to to Share your new experiences of the VA hospital with us soon. Shrooms to you and see you soon ....Mad Morel


User_Name: boletus Joe
Date: Sunday January 05, 2014
Time: 12:13 AM

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Hello Mrs. Lobo.....Thank you very much for this update. I, like a lot of us on this board, have missed his banter and his knowledge. Although we have never met I feel that I somehow already know Lobo. I really wish you and he all the powers of the mushroom Gods I have know people who have had strokes, and it is not pretty. But I do know that in todays world there are lots of good people out there with much positive energy being sent in your direction. Best regards from Canada....


User_Name: Lobo
Date: Saturday January 04, 2014
Time: 01:59 PM

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This message is from Lobo’s wife as dictated by Lobo. ………. Matsiman, Andy, Mad Morel, August, Woody, et al: John aka Morel Doctor is in rehab and will be incapacitated for some time yet. Gradually his health went downhill this summer preventing him from walking very far. He had a series of strokes one of them much worse than the others; his right side has prevented him from typing or walking at all for more than two months. Learning to eat with his left hand has been challenging. His speech is improving and is not as slurred as it had been, but it does prevent him from talking very much on the phone. He wishes full buckets to all and someday he may be able to join back in the search for wild gourmet mushrooms.


User_Name: Mendo madness
Date: Thursday January 02, 2014
Time: 06:49 PM

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I'm not sure where I Picked up the term, but for nice tight solid #1's I call them "donk's" and for really big ones of the same type, "super donk's" or "donker's" for all of the above. For small ones or immature babies "dink's". To me it is in reference to donkey d**k. Being generally large. Also call great big buttons "power mushrooms" being that the ground they grew in and the tree it was under had to have some great energy force that is not commonly stumbled upon. Black trumpets "blacks" gold chanti's "gold's" white chanti's "white's" hedgehogs "hogs". Big black trumpets "daddy long legs" "clumps" "clusters"


User_Name: Vern
Date: Thursday January 02, 2014
Time: 09:49 AM

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Hey woody; I wonder what the spring season will be like too, guess we'll see soon enough. Weather we have "global warming" or 'climate change" or whatever other term you may like doesn't matter to me. What does matter is something is definitely happening and to suggest that man and the burning of massive amounts fossil fuels - coal and oil has noting to do with it is just idiotic.


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