User_Name: ClElumGrl
Date: Friday, May 29, 2009
Time: 09:30:57 AM

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puzzledmattie-thanks for the info. Next time I am up I think I just might take a little wonder over into that area...


User_Name: puzzledmattie
Date: Thursday, May 28, 2009
Time: 08:43:25 PM

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Cle Elum Girl, we have found Boletes up Ridgecrest road between Ronald and the lake. Just drive up the road and check out the sides of the road. Also have found morels up there. Good Luck...


User_Name: dewof heaven
Date: Thursday, May 28, 2009
Time: 07:53:11 PM

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looking for a women pick partner i have the car ,. tents ect leave the coast and hit places like crater ,.sisters ect,.for morel s


User_Name: CleElumGrl
Date: Thursday, May 28, 2009
Time: 05:49:06 PM

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We took friends out with us who had never gone before, some who have who just dont ever get lucky to a small area we found last year. Got lucky with a dinner amount in a few hours we looked. We need to do a lot more hiking!!! Specially now that we advertised where our only one area we got lucky in is, lol. Can someone tell me about what type of area does the King Boletes grow in. We have only found a few in Cle Elum where we hike 2 yrs ago.


User_Name: ZiQuinn
Date: Thursday, May 28, 2009
Time: 11:16:27 AM

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Went back up to 3,000ft again to day.. had a flush. I am not a commercial picker, but left many behind..Mushrooms are just unpredictable..Snow fields have kept some out. when the snow fields open, good lord...Not to mention the wild Orchids....Uncle Don


User_Name: Carla
Date: Wednesday, May 27, 2009
Time: 02:04:13 PM

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Good Morning all :-)


User_Name: mtnmushroom
Date: Tuesday, May 26, 2009
Time: 11:24:41 PM

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I got 20 pounds of morels in 4 days, wa cascades. 6 pounds the weekend before. all naturals, gotta do alot of walking, but I love to be out there this time of year. east and west slopes have been best so far, still snow in some of my patches. not the best year, but not as bad as it could be for such a late spring.


User_Name: interstatek
Date: Tuesday, May 26, 2009
Time: 09:28:48 PM

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hey yall, has anyone heard how bz corner is coming along ? took a stroll through the blues last weekend and it seems as though it got too hot too fast. bummer.


User_Name: shroomertom
Date: Tuesday, May 26, 2009
Time: 02:22:43 PM

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Manic: You would have had a 3-4 day window before the horde. 4000 pounds only was 8-10 pounds per picker...and that over a several day period. Being hyper may be a good thing nowadays. Tom


User_Name: manicjon
Date: Monday, May 25, 2009
Time: 02:58:38 PM

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shroomertom; Thanks for that update, looks like I ought to have stayed in the Prospect area. I read a post somewhere that norcal was producing pickup loads at a burn site also, I am glad to see the prices rising a bit. ........... If I am selling in Central Oregon I try to do so at Joe D's or one of his buyers because he has always treated me fair and seems to pay as much as possible according to current market value. ......... ........ Being as I am a bit manic, I have difficulty sticking to one site for long and thus chase all over the country shooting photographs and researching several sites at almost the same time, back & forth, attempting to find as much as possible about morels. .... This past week I shot second year conica, natural blacks & blonds as well as loggers in and outside of burn sites.


User_Name: ZiQuinn
Date: Monday, May 25, 2009
Time: 10:42:23 AM

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Went back to the Bethel ridge area yesterday.. Cannot belive my eyes. Campers, 4 wheelers and dogs galore. People wearing new Eddie Bauers and , 30ft trailers with satellite antennas. It is all over as far as I am concerned. Places where I never have seen people are now all over crowded with city people with to much money. Glad I am old and not long for this crap...


User_Name: shroomertom
Date: Sunday, May 24, 2009
Time: 04:26:48 PM

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Morel stampede continues in Prospect as some 4000 pounds come off the Lonesome Fire, most of which is in Sky Lakes Wilderness and Crater Lake National Park. Enforcement seemed to take a holiday as six (6) buyers opened, many taking little or no paperwork. Prices are at $7.50 because the initial Mexi-Lao-Cambo 500-person human wave (refugees from Chester burn) wiped out what was on the 10% of the non-wilderness and everything else. Even the wilderness signs were ripped out. Frustrated crews turned to digging up bolete ground, driving the price to $5/$2 for those.


User_Name: Carla
Date: Sunday, May 24, 2009
Time: 01:45:40 PM

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Manicjon, u always seem to hit the nail on the head. The hard part for our area is that there is not a huge crop and those that know where to find Morels can't afford to get them because the gas out weighs the cash :-(


User_Name: Carla
Date: Sunday, May 24, 2009
Time: 01:42:53 PM

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Morning guys, coffee on ;-)


User_Name: shogey
Date: Sunday, May 24, 2009
Time: 01:42:50 AM

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I found 3 morels for chantrelly`s birthday as she is 24 years young as of yesterday! May you all fill your buckets and have a great season!...Shoegy


User_Name: manicjon
Date: Friday, May 22, 2009
Time: 10:51:14 AM

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Jackson; Last night I saw it at $3.00 for morels in Elgin at Erve's station with boletes at $8.00 or $6.00 & $4.00 if memory serves me correctly. ....... Prices almost always drop just prior to a major holiday due to little market for them until after the holiday and the need to hold the mushrooms for several days. ........ The big controling factors this year in the morel market started with imports from Packistan, when that dried up the Midwestern USA came on heavier than usual with grey and yellow river bottom morels. (same morel but changes color from gray to yellow) .... I credit this to all of the flooding in the low lands this year. North Dakota, Iowa, Illinois etc etc are having a banner year. Most reciently Tennessee has been pumping the morels big-time and Michigan and other Upper Midwest states have come on good.... even up into Canada. ......... ......... The object of this discourse is that when chefs and stores can get beautiful natural gray & yellow colored morels ... and with the market flooded with such beauties at less than $10.00 per pound, then they are not likely to purchase our Western Conica and black morels, thus the price must drop for the buyers to be able to market product that is not considered to be as marketable or valuable.


User_Name: Lone Lobo
Date: Friday, May 22, 2009
Time: 10:36:13 AM

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puzzledmattie; it is no better in Cecilias back yard, she is recovering from surgery. Went out with Murray yesterday and photographed a few natural blondies, also got very few blacks.... not looking good here. ........ ........ I researched the Ochoco burn up past Walton Lake along the west edge of wilderness. One dandilon down in the center of it, some bluebells, grass widows & viiolets. Few conica down low but center in the w/fir, larch, pondo etc mix it ought to flush any day due to plenty of needled trees and good soil moisture. ..... Gate says 'locked' but wasn't and loggers are working a couple hundred feet each side of road to clear 'hazzard trees', there are other roads that might be open down from the top into or along the west side of the burn, the dirt shows lots of recient vehicle travel. ....... If anyone drives down the gated road that was open two days ago then expect the loggers to lock it in early afternoon when they pull out for the day, you may need to be prepared to spend a night.... I did not think to check with the Prineville District of the Ochoco when I got my permit but that road may be open for the holiday this weekend?????


User_Name: Jackson
Date: Thursday, May 21, 2009
Time: 05:02:48 PM

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Can anyone tell me what current morel prices are at? fresh...


User_Name: ZiQuinn
Date: Wednesday, May 20, 2009
Time: 09:30:41 AM

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August, you know how those kids lie....


User_Name: A"
Date: Wednesday, May 20, 2009
Time: 06:45:10 AM

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Uncle Don, oh uncle don. I saw all them baby's you step on and some of them told me you come up behind them and put a bag over there cap's then take them out by there lag's


User_Name: puzzledmattie
Date: Tuesday, May 19, 2009
Time: 08:55:09 PM

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Met up with Mushroom Mary at Jack Creek..we picked with her for several days and had a great time. Not much for morels or boletes, but Mazy, Ruby and Maggie realllllllllly had a fun time. Been here for a couple of weeks picking and vacationing. Way too many pickers and buyers. Bought a real nice carving from Eric..one of the buyers. Might go back out to pick some boletes in a couple of days as they are just starting to show if you are persitent.


User_Name: ZiQuinn
Date: Tuesday, May 19, 2009
Time: 07:05:20 PM

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We scored and scored big. Little Naches and Nile are out of Yakima. Nothing Saturday, took 2 gals today and could have done better.. Warm days and nights did it. Uncle, Don


User_Name: manicjon
Date: Tuesday, May 19, 2009
Time: 10:27:26 AM

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national; if you watch the mushroomhunting.org board you will see posts about the chanterelles from the mid west as they flush, as well as many other varieties of edibles. .... .... JDS; there are not many edibles to swoop in and git. ... lol ... There currently are too many foragers for so few morels in the "I know Jack" area, one good commercial forager found a total of 12 conica this morning in the Summit Springs burn and his buddies were not doing so good either. .... There are a few kings coming in but not enough to even make gas money for most.


User_Name: easternWA
Date: Tuesday, May 19, 2009
Time: 09:58:37 AM

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Are people going to the 2007 burns in Montana? I don't see much in the way of 2008 burns there.


User_Name: Lone Lobo
Date: Monday, May 18, 2009
Time: 07:49:06 PM

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Prices are dropping dramatically, Cascade fire morels do not like this heat and I watched snow melt at the rate of 6" per day and Diamond lake ice has gone for the summer also. .... At least 24 pickers were lined up today at the Tokatee Ranger Station to purchase permits but the two burn sites in that district are drying out so quickly that the greys cannot flush properly. ... I got checked by a County Mountie and his partner, there are two county vehicles and two LEO's working the pickers. ... I heard that they have taken two pickers to jail for plucking morels from inside the Boulder Creek Wilderness.


User_Name: national
Date: Monday, May 18, 2009
Time: 07:20:59 PM

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Chanty pop!!! A couple years ago, I was traveling across the country, and one of the places I stopped was Hot Springs, Arkansas. It was the third week of June, and had been raining a lot, for several weeks. I was driving through the park, and on the North side of the park, I saw what looked to be a yellow chanty back in the forest. I thought for sure it was. So I found a place to pull over and park. When I got out, there was a small blue cluster chanty, growing along the road. Back up the road, I found many yellow chanties, and a few vibrant red chanterelle. It turns out, they where all over the forest in that part of the country.... I couldn't believe it! It was around 80+ degrees, for day time highs. Turtle's crawling by, while I picked. Anyway, that's my, far-out mushroom trip!


User_Name: A"
Date: Sunday, May 17, 2009
Time: 09:14:08 PM

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Well it look's to me it's time to put my crew togeather and go to jack creek to pick. Alice and the wabbit are ready to move on down that way but then I just may go to Montana in a week!. My bag are pack am ready to go. <:)


User_Name: curious
Date: Sunday, May 17, 2009
Time: 07:55:10 PM

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Whats the price lookin like for morels Canada


User_Name: JDS
Date: Sunday, May 17, 2009
Time: 07:23:03 PM

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Thank you Lobo and mushroom mary... I promise not to swoop in and take all the mushrooms!!!


User_Name: Lone Lobo
Date: Sunday, May 17, 2009
Time: 03:56:24 PM

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Jack Creek is still moving kinda slow, several professional pickers have left and others have come in and left almost as quickly... so I have come down south. In between Cave jct and Keno it is popping fairly well and the burn sites that include Boulder Creek and Sky Lakes Wildernesses are flushing good enough if I were inclined to pick the wilderness, but not good enough for Jose and his crew, they want 10 or more baskets per person per day.. lol. 2 1/2 baskets is about all they could get down here. They went to jack Cr yesterday and that is not near good enough for them this year, maybe I will see them in Montana being as that is where the good commercial pickers ought to be soon...


User_Name: mushroom mary
Date: Sunday, May 17, 2009
Time: 02:35:06 PM

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sorry, meant to say JDS....oops


User_Name: mushroom mary
Date: Sunday, May 17, 2009
Time: 01:12:02 PM

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Hookupz®, it's about 17 or so miles from Sisters, OR heading west.


User_Name: JDS
Date: Sunday, May 17, 2009
Time: 08:24:02 AM

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Hookupz...Thanks for nothing. I guess if someone were to say which part of what state Jack Creek is in every picker on the west coast would be there tomorrow.


User_Name: Hookupz®
Date: Saturday, May 16, 2009
Time: 08:01:40 PM

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Where is jack creek? Would you like your mush cleaned and delivered as well? lol


User_Name: JDS
Date: Saturday, May 16, 2009
Time: 06:17:37 PM

Messages

Where is Jack Creek?


User_Name: Carla
Date: Saturday, May 16, 2009
Time: 12:21:21 PM

Messages

The weather is getting sunnier each day here on the coast :-)


User_Name: Lone Lobo
Date: Friday, May 15, 2009
Time: 01:39:24 PM

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Of the five burns near Jack Creek, only two seem to be producing currently. An elderly couple got 8 pounds yesterday out of the easy to walk burn that has roads through it.


User_Name: CleElumGrl
Date: Friday, May 15, 2009
Time: 09:08:53 AM

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Okay, everyone found lots of half free morels more so than true. We found half and half all at the lower elevations. We only picked the half free or Verpa's (?) to show the kids. Everyone on the mountain there eats them. I thought we had the discusstion that they should not be ate, am I right? Not going this weekend, but will the next. I was wrong the yellow flower is the Glacier Lily.


User_Name: Lone Lobo
Date: Wednesday, May 13, 2009
Time: 10:28:20 PM

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HOPEFULLY it will warm up soon at the at the Jack Creek area. Only a half basket of natural mountain blonds, about 75 lbs of Wizard area conica and one basket of kings came into the buy stations for today.... it is really slow for this time of year. ... The prices are dropping fast due to high volume from further south and from the upper Mid West.


User_Name: Sam in BBY
Date: Wednesday, May 13, 2009
Time: 09:42:46 PM

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Evening all !! hey danielofthewoods , g.l. on your trip ! wish I had time to go out that way .... bring us some good news ! I go out and check every other days , nothing yet , rained all day here , cold ,10 - 20cm. snow in some passes tonight bbrrr. full buckets ( later )...


User_Name: mushroom mary
Date: Wednesday, May 13, 2009
Time: 06:20:35 PM

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Sisters area is cold and nothing is going on to speak of. 26 last night and off and on snow and rain all day not amounting to anything.(high temp of 46) A few pounds of boletes are being found but only by people who have tried and true spots that they already know produce. Ground temps have dropped again and the Wizard fire has been picked to death with not even babies left...nothing but a million footprints in the soot! Pretty disgusting! Not worth the time and trouble if you ask me. In another week or so if this warm weather really does come, then perhaps there will be something to be found. Natural morels are scarce but if you really hoof it you can find a few hands full. Here we go again!! At least there is ground moisture so heat will be a bonus.


User_Name: shroomkid
Date: Wednesday, May 13, 2009
Time: 02:20:33 PM

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Hi daniel'o't'woods, seeing as how you're coming out to JR, and you feel like walking a ways, I used to get a few morels out off Anderson Rd., which is just before Muir Creek, on the same highway. There used to be a huge - like house-sized - mulch and slash pile about 4 km's in from the gate that you come to. I know there's been a lot of activity around that entrance in the last while, and it was de-ac'd a couple years ago, so no idea what's it like now. anyhoo, 3 years ago i cut about 10 lbs off the edges of it. nice omelets and stirfries for a few days...


User_Name: Lone Lobo
Date: Wednesday, May 13, 2009
Time: 09:17:03 AM

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It was in the 20's last night so I believe that the current bolete flush is going to need some warmer weather... pitty the morels...?


User_Name: Zi9Quinn
Date: Tuesday, May 12, 2009
Time: 07:16:24 PM

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Forgive me. That means nothing if you don't know I am in Yakima Wa...


User_Name: ZiQuinn
Date: Tuesday, May 12, 2009
Time: 07:14:49 PM

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Went to 3000 ft today, got snowed on.. Wait a bit longer...


User_Name: danielofthewoods
Date: Tuesday, May 12, 2009
Time: 05:52:21 PM

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saminburn thanks for getting back to me im heading to jordan river tomorrow will let you know how that goes a very small burn anyhow im heading to the koots next week damn it feels good to get out and pick


User_Name: Carla
Date: Tuesday, May 12, 2009
Time: 09:38:39 AM

Messages

mmmm Coffee ;-)


User_Name: Alice
Date: Tuesday, May 12, 2009
Time: 09:02:54 AM

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New Hope is coming soon. Late season and cool spring has been seen running around with Hope and Jack- Wabbit- Coffee is not here. Find your patch and pick.


User_Name: Lone Lobo
Date: Monday, May 11, 2009
Time: 10:51:18 PM

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Hey August; the burn is pumping out the conica Big Time.... but the big Jack Wabbit Jack-a-Lope that brought me back up north sez that your burnsite & jack creek camp might get burried under 3" to 6" of white fluffies soon..... those with titanium in their joints might feel a bit of discomfort camped on the Jack Creek.


User_Name: Sam in BBY.
Date: Monday, May 11, 2009
Time: 05:12:30 PM

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take a look @ morelmania.com 2009 report sightings... odd year ?? ppl finding black , greys and yellows together ? man I wish I was down there ! any action in the kooteneys yet anyone ? going to check on my earlies see if the're pokin out . our good times are still to come. lol full buckets to all !!


User_Name: danofthewoods
Date: Monday, May 11, 2009
Time: 09:17:15 AM

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saminb yeah same here sam its a rough start but lets have faith over the last few years we all know its been 3 weeks late in spring and fall varieties anyhow full buckets and safe play cheers


User_Name: A"
Date: Monday, May 11, 2009
Time: 09:13:43 AM

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Goodmorning, How can I help you?. The Coffee Docter is not here so you must have Tea with Alice and the dead Wabbit.


User_Name: kdweb1
Date: Sunday, May 10, 2009
Time: 06:28:08 PM

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Woohoo! Seven pounds in our early spot... finally. Elevation 1800ft. Most were pretty big. Hopefully, the upper elevations will be ready soon. Like next weekend. Good luck to all.


User_Name: Sam in BBY
Date: Saturday, May 09, 2009
Time: 10:10:54 PM

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hey danielofthewoods ... I haven't heard of anything from anywhere yet.... :( I was out all day today scouting new grounds up and down ... found some cups and 1 brain . so far this year all I've found is 4 conicas.... sad compare to last year ! cheers full buckets !!


User_Name: SnapZilla
Date: Saturday, May 09, 2009
Time: 02:50:30 PM

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When and where is the beeg foray and fleecing this year? lol


User_Name: Lone Lobo
Date: Friday, May 08, 2009
Time: 09:38:30 PM

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A; I seen a jack a-loping along the ridge line and lassoed his antlers, but he were a we-bit hard to get the riding saddle on.... ......... no swine morels found yet, but then I wern't looking fur anny of them types, lol


User_Name: A"
Date: Thursday, May 07, 2009
Time: 04:49:56 PM

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CleElumgrl, It sounds like it's just about ready to pop. All I have found was three at 2600ft and there still snow at 3000 ft. We have had a lot of rain this week and more to come and that should warm thing's up for this weekend. As for a foray I just can't say what are if weather would be good for one and as for camping well the camp site has two feet of snow there!.


User_Name: CleElumGrl
Date: Thursday, May 07, 2009
Time: 10:36:20 AM

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Bill In Blain-Going to be hiking also in Cle Elum this weekend. Not the ridge though, think its just to cold yet. Yellow and purple crocus are out-I think that is what they are. The white trillium is blooming. The wild lupines foliage is up - all this on the ridge above 3000'. Saw brains at about 2500' and nothing above. Still snow patches at the 3000'. I hope I can have a happy Morel Mother Day!!!


User_Name: A"
Date: Thursday, May 07, 2009
Time: 08:35:51 AM

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Go morning, How can I help?................ Lobo keep your eye's open for the Swine Morel. I have heard he is running around with a dead Wibbit name JackMattie looking for coffee that Carla made!.


User_Name: Lone Lobo
Date: Wednesday, May 06, 2009
Time: 06:02:05 PM

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OREGONBOY; well iffin you were to come down this-a-way I might be able to send you to a producing burnsite if that humongus jack wabbit doesn't eat them all. ....... As for Oregon, I have heard that Keno area is producing naturals, but that the burn at Butte Falls is no big deal this year, that is old information though. The burn in the Boulder Creek Wilderness and area outside of it has been flushing for about three weeks, expect steep rugged conditions for most of it. ............ August; Nothing but Arizona and Southern California sunshine down here, it is hanging at 86 degrees F at the 5,500' elevation.


User_Name: A"
Date: Wednesday, May 06, 2009
Time: 09:45:01 AM

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Coffee is cold this morning and must be left over from last week?. It's raining cat's an dog's again in the hill's and may be some time before I could get up there. It's really a late year for Morel's around here and I'm looking foreword to Summer.


User_Name: Carla
Date: Wednesday, May 06, 2009
Time: 09:36:58 AM

Messages

mmm muddy coffee with real cream ;-)


User_Name: danielofthewoods
Date: Tuesday, May 05, 2009
Time: 10:36:21 AM

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saminburnaby you know of anything near victoria if so please email me at tantric9@yahoo.com just for a point in the right direction


User_Name: A"
Date: Tuesday, May 05, 2009
Time: 09:25:44 AM

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Carla,Carla,Carla. You are up and now I have my Coffee. You make the best coffee thanks for the mud. It really rain lastnight at lest a 1/2 here and a lot more in the hill's. Got to run so I well return after my walkabout. Good Morning to all.


User_Name: Carla
Date: Tuesday, May 05, 2009
Time: 08:35:30 AM

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Morning, coffee is on ;-)


User_Name: OREGONBOY
Date: Monday, May 04, 2009
Time: 11:47:55 PM

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Are there any msg. boards for pickers in Oregon/Washington? Trying to get info. on whether to go waste my gas yet this year looking in burns...Appreciate any info! Thanks...


User_Name: Lone Lobo
Date: Monday, May 04, 2009
Time: 05:43:48 PM

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August; so-sorry but I never make coffe and a humongus waskily-wabbit has been eating all of the desert morels as soon as they pop their littl heads up. I have covered numerous burnsites down here and the best one is just south of the Crown King... rough road, so I caught and saddled that huge wabbit ..... he made me promise to let him have first choice of all the grey fire morels, he doesn't like conica.


User_Name: Bill in Blaine
Date: Monday, May 04, 2009
Time: 04:57:14 PM

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Well CleElumGrl I am Glad to hear that the snow is melted. We will be hiking the ridges on Mother's day. I see on the computer that it is raining on the hills outside of CleElum.


User_Name: CleElumGrl
Date: Monday, May 04, 2009
Time: 12:11:46 PM

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Looks like in the lowlands of Cle Elum finds are being reported. We hiked all weekend for sheds and to see if any sign of morels were coming up on the ridge. Nada. Some false morels below is all. Ticks found two of us. Snow is melted.


User_Name: Carla
Date: Monday, May 04, 2009
Time: 10:34:46 AM

Messages

I have heard anywhere from 9-12


User_Name: dewof heaven
Date: Monday, May 04, 2009
Time: 08:02:48 AM

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so what averg price right now carla i went out few day and got some morrels oh and 1 baby grey i could not belive the grey he must be lost


User_Name: shoegy
Date: Sunday, May 03, 2009
Time: 07:13:31 PM

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yup it seems the same all over.


User_Name: A"
Date: Sunday, May 03, 2009
Time: 04:30:10 PM

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Just got back from the wood's and not a thing out and still a lot of snow on the road's. It should of been on by now but this winter dump a lot of snow and everything is late this year by two week even the coffee is late by the time I head to the wood's. Has anyone el's been going through the samething as I ?.


User_Name: Carla
Date: Sunday, May 03, 2009
Time: 11:16:41 AM

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Morning all, Coffee is on :-)


User_Name: puzzledmattie
Date: Saturday, May 02, 2009
Time: 02:39:24 PM

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A....I asked Dick where the rabbit went and he just snarled at me..I think you were right...Looks like fresh dirt right beside Kathleen's spot.


User_Name: A"
Date: Saturday, May 02, 2009
Time: 10:10:29 AM

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Coffee....coffee.........coffeeeee before i die. It wet out there and going to be that way most of the week. I would say that there going to grow relly fast and begone before Carla makes coffee:(


User_Name: A"
Date: Friday, May 01, 2009
Time: 03:59:23 PM

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Mattie, Call me so I may tell you what is growing. My home phone # 469-8946.


User_Name: A''
Date: Friday, May 01, 2009
Time: 03:57:45 PM

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Ha, Here I'am to get kicked around by you all. Yes Lobo I have come back home. Where is the coffee and my wabbit food?


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