July 1 was Canada Day.
July 4 was Independence Day.
July 10 was Russula Day.
They were everywhere, three or four different species of them, and some weren’t your bog-standard red ones either. And the Mile, where I found this particular one, was particularly active — I also scored boletes of two different species and Amanita flavoconia there today.
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