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yummy morels

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Picture of my Dad, my daughter Jaden and I! about to enjoy some yummy grays!!morelmushrooms003.jpg

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mmmmm, morels aahhhhgggg tongue.gif

what, no kenseth hat for jaden? cool.gif

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any help on where abouts to find some. just general areas?? I'm new to the area and haven't had a lick of luck.

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I had my first morels ever this past weekend and they are great. The ones I had were fried in butter and OMG they were tasty!

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Tyler, that is the best way and the only way to eat a morel! mm mm mm!

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mmmmm, morels aahhhhgggg
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what, no kenseth hat for jaden?
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lol, i am working on that! cool.gif

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