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    Default Knoll Lake backpack/camp aka ALL THE MUSHROOMS

    We had to go to a wedding in Flag and Noel asked if we could camp afterward. I figured Knoll is close enough so we took the scenic route in the Civic (95 :next: 96 :next: 137 :next: 300) and did the short backpack in.
    Perfect weather. Perfect time.

    I'd recommend this type of trip to anyone with kids. Give them a phone camera and have them go nuts collecting colors and types. Instant fun and a good intro to photography.
    Especially girls. Noel and Dana love trying photo them too.


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    Morning fog on the water

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    wow you werent joking about the variety of them out there

    im kinda curious if any of those were safe for cooking with
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    http://honest-food.net/2011/12/24/eating-santas-shroom/

    Psychoactive Amanitas are mushrooms which contain the psychoactive chemicals ibotenic acid and muscimol. They have a long history of use in Asia and Northern Europe. They are best known for their distinctive appearance (bright reds and yellows with white spots).

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    Thank you for not hiding photos of other things in the many mushroom pics. I imagine the excitement and then disappointment as Alan slowly scrolled to each picture.

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