I would like to share with you some of the secrets and the delights of living on the beautiful Mendocino/Sonoma Coast. From the majesty of the Gray Whale migration to the smallest wildflower blooming in a Redwood forest,
let's explore all these wonders together.
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Friday, April 4, 2014
King Boletes in spring - this is a strange year for wild mushrooms!
Susan Moore scored this huge Boletus edulis on a friend's property. It came up the latter part of March, which is very unusual. This delicious edible mushroom normally fruits in November and December.
This is one BIG Porcini mushroom!
I did see my first Black Trumpets - Horn of Plenty - up on our property yesterday. They looked great with all the rain to prompt them to bloom.
Thanks to Susan Moore for allowing me to share her photos with you here.