Well the wife and I took a wild mushroom course on the weekend which included a field trip to the woods for some identification. Got some oyster mushrooms, a few pine, and some lobster mushrooms. Fried them up with garlic and butter and ate them with French bread and bottle of champagne. Not bad. Might move a cottonwood log into the yard in hopes of getting some oyster mushrooms as they seem to grow like crazy on cottonwood. Too late in the year (early frosts). But in the spring we will be shrooming. Looking for the easy ones. Figure it is best to stick to two to four that are common and easily identifiable. A mistake can be deadly. Anyways, it was fun and good to forage. Hope next year when I am cutting, the wife can be finding some food other than huckelberries when we are in the woods.