Discussion in 'Survival and Wilderness Skills' started by Patt Holloman, Jan 11, 2017.
Went out yesterday morning mushroom hunting. Ended up with a haul of Sulphur shelf and chanterelles.
Went hunting this weekend. On our way back from town, we drove through some state land and saw a good amount of chicken growing on a dead oak right on the other side of the guardrail, at the top of the hill going down to the river. Someone had already been there and taken the easy to reach pieces. I grabbed my machete and a few zip ties, and cut down a long thin sapling. Tied the knife off and went to work. The parts we wanted were 10-12' up. I cut down whole chunks as my buddy waited below to catch them before they hit the ground and were ruined. Ended up with probably 20lbs.