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But was told “White Pass”. Feel free to adjust the boundary box if you like, I just threw a general one up there, as I am not familiar with the area.
This is a beautiful bolete, but I’ve got to nitpick the location. There’s still snow on the ground at White Pass; maybe this mushroom was driven over the pass, but I’d be surprised if it was actually collected there. And a mountain pass in general, as defined as a low point on the boundary of two adjacent watersheds, is a rather small place. The bounding box on this observation goes from Mt. Rainier to Rimrock Lake, over 20 miles. Maybe “U.S. Highway 12, Yakima Co., Washington, USA” or something would be more fitting?
Created: 2012-05-20 12:44:14 MDT (-0600)
Last modified: 2012-05-21 17:16:20 MDT (-0600)
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