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Weird. Cool to see them so far out of their usual season.
Assuming you found these in a one acre area and that there are 104,772,900.3 acres in California…We are looking at 9.5 parts per billion of total land area.
If I was finding boletes in August that is about as specific as I would be as well. Great finds BTW! If your looking for more, South Lake Tahoe is kicking them out in large quantities as I write this.
I did say California
…a little more descriptive location can be given? Or not :)
porcini on the other side of the tunnel in August??!
now that’s what I call an unseasonably cool summer!
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