The Hunt was a Bust
We’ve seen a few morel mushrooms scattered about so Paul and I and extended family made plans to go morel hunting. You look for a place that has a burn in the near past, recent rain, and a nice sunny day.
Apparently, it was a little too cold. We found a couple of small ones here and there, but for the most part, it was a bust.
About halfway through the day, Paul and I decided to let it go and just have fun with our family.
The countryside was amazingly beautiful. We did find a cold mountain spring that had been turned into a water spot (our grandson was in little boy heaven) and our daughter-in-law found a few coral mushrooms (that are yummy fried up in butter). The round tummy in the background is my our new grandson in the making.
Aside from a few mosquito bites, we had a grand time.
When you are faced with something that goes bust, can you let it go and enjoy the day anyway? Nobody plans for or wants failed plans. What a gift to those around you to be pleasant and turn the day into fun.
If plan A doesn’t work, the alphabet has 25 more letters – 204 if you’re in Japan. Claire Cook
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