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Discussion in 'General Conversation' started by Netmanjack, Apr 1, 2007.
If you cant get a hold of Don, please contact me.
Allways some body trying to take my job. Thx for the post.
lol. I don't think so. lol.
Now I know your intentions are good,but daggum it I just got to eat em myself! Thanks for the alert but i think we got er nailed down!!:lol: :lol: :lol:
I think I will take my chance and dispose of them myself.
THANKS,BUT FOR ME TO GIVE OUT MY PRIME SPOTS FOR MUSHROOMS IS JUST THING THAT IS JUST WRONG.LMAO
Please come quick, I have located 30-40 of them nasty things. I have rope them off so nobody gets hurt, thanks for your concern of a fellow BOC"s well being. APRIL FOOLS!!!!!!:cool2:
now that is a good one thanks for sharing that with us
Mark I was all most ready to pack my bags, till the last thing you said. Oh well there will be other times. lmaooooh: :big_smile: :lol:
OMG ....that has to be the funniest morel related material, and there is lots of it now on the net, I have ever seen!!!!!!!!!
After 2 weeks of above normal temps, these highs of 30 and lows of 20 in Ohio after these weeks of fruiting conditions and a "gradual' warm up has me exhausted from trying during the before mentioned timeframe. A few blacks did fruit in WC Ohio and even in Michigan, but I can hardly stand it anymore. I am, however, in a heck of alot better shape and dropped 15 pounds between fishing <while keeping an eye around every elm and ash, and serious hill pounding to the "spots"> in 2 weeks, that I feel I am ready to reap the rewards when the fungus decides it's time, usually April 10- through First of May around Dayton, Oh. Then north to Gaylord, Michigan in mid/late May.
:lol: That was funny stuff!:lol: Come get my 'shrooms!:big_smile:
WOW, that was close! Thanks for the warning. I almost ate them all myself!
LOL, I dont eat em. If I find any I'll call ya Jack.
Bumping this up for safty sake.:wink:
That was funny!:smile2:
Very nice try. I don't think anyone is going to give them up. Although I have a cousin who can find them with his eyes closed.........................but won't eat a one.
im not sure don has the equiptment that i have for there safe removal. it requires long pants long sleeved tee shirt and repel. and true pros like me use a stick and special scanning device learned through years of training.
so if you suspect these in your area i will be happy to remove them on a yearly basis. i only charge gas and removal will ony cost you a bottle of vegetable oil. thanks for the warning. for some reason i never get many calls.:sad2:
thats a first,lol.:smile2: