We had unseasonably warm weather this trip, without a frost or hint of snow. With rain every few days, we had a perfect environment for a bumper crop of mushrooms. The range and quantity was quite remarkable. It was fun to look for and identify. A few were identified by our resident mycophile as edible and incorporated into our heroic eating marathon.
The star of the Agaricus genus show at camp was the Honey Mushroom - identified and harvested at their prime by Harlan and enjoyed in several dishes - primarily omelets.