Morel Hunt

Today we drove 45 minutes from our home to stalk the wild morel at one of our favorite hunting grounds. We saw lots of interesting things.
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The trillium along the roadside are a sure sign you have your timing right. These we saw in profusion.

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Yes, those are more trillium in the distance. They do go on and on.

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Various “tree ears”.

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Remnants of Indian Pipes from last fall.

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Various wild flowers.

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Including pink trillium.

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Interesting textures of decaying trees.

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Unusually large birch trees.

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Even a spent robin’s egg.
But no morels.

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Until we returned home to find these great guys along the driveway near our house! And, yes, they were delicious.

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