Our first fruitful mushroom hunting expeditioin of the season, May 1, 2005

We hiked in Little Cottonwood Canyon in the Wasatch Mountains, east of Salt Lake City, along the Little Cottonwood Trail.

We found morel and oyster mushrooms.


We also saw some pretty scenery and wildlife.


As I write this, I am cooking all the mushrooms (first I had to wash them and slice them), afterwhich we will make a very yummy mushroom stroganoff!

3 responses to “Our first fruitful mushroom hunting expeditioin of the season, May 1, 2005

  1. Beautiful Pics
    You have some beautiful areas near you. I love the mountains and canyons.
    I am glad you had wonderful time hiking and being outdoors.
    I didn’t know you could eat wild mushrooms.

    • Re: Beautiful Pics
      Yes, there are lots of mushrooms in the wild you can eat. My husband is an “amateur expert” and I now recognize some edibles.

  2. I just read..
    your bio.. I finally had sometime to myself. Thank you for sharing.. now I feel I really know you.. LOL..
    I liked meeting your family..and knowing that you do alot of volunteering also.
    We are not vegans.. but I am trying to lean or should I say wean my family that way.. 🙂

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