We had a great time. The food was excellent and there was a tremendous variety in the mushrooms found. There weren't, however, a lot of Boletus Edulis found. Given the conditions we were all surprised that we didn't find more. That said, there were a more Chanterelles found than normal, including the elusive Polyozellus multiplex.
Steve Trudell gave gave an excellent presentation on Mycorhiza and an informative table walk of the noteworthy specimens.
Thanks to Steve. He has co-authored an excellent book "Mushrooms of the Pacific Northwest". He brought several with him, as well as another book on Tricholoma, which sold quickly.
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