King Bolete mushrooms!
The mushroom pickers are out in force - while we were walking Molly, my friend Paula and I met some young women who were hunting mushrooms - add to this my conversation with the park host on Thursday as he showed me several monster 'shrooms (I mean those suckers were a couple of pounds each) and well, I was intrigued!
But Paula beat me to the punch, and as I was finishing my dish for the potluck (more on that in a minute), Paula arrived at my campsite with a bag full of freshly picked mushrooms. I can't wait to try them! Hey, tinycamper, I'm going to eat a wild mushroom!
|King Bolete mushrooms!|
Fall fiberglass RV Northern Oregon Gathering
The main reason I'm camping on the coast this rainy weekend is to attend the fall NOG - usually 30-40 folks who currently own, have previously owned, or are interested in molded-fiberglass trailers (scamps, casitas, escapes, etc) - always a fun weekend to share trips, tips, give and receive trailer tours - and the very yummy diet-busting potluck. Usually, no matter how much it rains, well get a break just long enough for the potluck. Since it's October, some folks decorate for Halloween.
|OK, so I decorated a little bit too :-)|
This has been a really fun gathering - Sharen brought Molly a beautiful red buffalo plaid jacket (complete with a snood that covers her long neck and half of her face - very snuggly!
And I met Cheryl and Lindsey and gave them a tour of the trailer - and Cheryl tells me that she follows this blog!! Imagine that!! (Hi Cheryl - I know you'll find the perfect trailer for you and continue to have amazing camping experiences)
One more picture of the kitty, Faye Wray
|Hiding behind the pillows|