Pine Ridge Park Bolete walk
Date(s) - 06/28/2015
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Pine Ridge park
Meet walk leaders John Pilschke III and Scott Pavelle at Pine Ridge Park for a bolete walk.
Use the entry at the north side of the park not the road to Pine Ridge Lodge. Drive down the park road largest parking lot is at the end of the road by the last pavilion and restrooms. Meeting point is there.
We will be hunting for boletes, many of which are in high season toward the end of June just before the flush of summer mushrooms like chanterelles begins to hit. Boletes are notoriously erratic, but John Pilschke III has found a lot of them here in the past including both desirable species like B. bicolor, B. subcaerulescens, and X. separans. We don’t expect actual B. edulis (porcini/cepte), but subcaerulescens is considered a part of the greater edulis family and are definitely good eats. We will find other mushrooms along the way, which is all to the good. Boletes are the theme, not the singular target.
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