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COMPLETELY RANDOM 14 Nov 2022 14:15 #123463

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Lot to say there Jabe no shortage of cougar bait here. I’ll stick to my Cleveland hat and the bush trails 

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COMPLETELY RANDOM 14 Nov 2022 13:40 #123462

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Lot to say there Jabe no shortage of cougar bait here. I’ll stick to my Cleveland hat and the bush trails 

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COMPLETELY RANDOM 14 Nov 2022 13:28 #123461

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COMPLETELY RANDOM 14 Nov 2022 12:59 #123460

Your gonna have to buy a hat that has eyes on the back,  they say cougars only attack from behind, apparently it works, big seller up Port Hardy way, lots of townies like to walk their cougar bait on the trails, why i still dont understand, must be a city thing, lol
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Jabe ya there the normal here for sure, the original welcome to lake cowichan sign is a cougar now it’s a bunch of garbage beers…” hey yogi wanna steal some picnic baskets “

they remove cougars once in a while from town but mostly old no teeth ones.. lots of black tail for them to eat until this year so they don’t need to come to town to eat.. blk tail have been hit with disease this year so may see a couple more this winter looking for easy meal..

I’ve not seen many rubs like that picture pretty large but to be expected in the terrain I was in this weekend.. scout use to warn me when they were around now I just get that errie feeling their around.. time to find a new dog.
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COMPLETELY RANDOM 13 Nov 2022 20:14 #123453

Few yrs ago i stopped at a roadside his and hers outhouses mid island, while waiting i went for a walk on a trail and stepped upon the foreleg of a fresh being mid eatin leg of a deer, the missus started to wander down the trail, so i not so panic tone of voice said, no time we must go, lots of cougers on the island, especially up north where i use too visit, 4 or 5 get shot every yr for hanging around the public school
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Not sure if you’ll find this interesting but thought I’d share. While hiking this weekend on coast I came across what certainly gave me the chills.. I decided not to go in this area..
Cougar or what some call mountain lion marking his territory, this is from a large older cat as scratch reached about 8 feet and there was very fresh recently marks.
My guess when he was younger he started on tree to the left and graduated to the larger tree to the right.
 
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COMPLETELY RANDOM 10 Nov 2022 01:53 #123430

Dan. Will they keep producing or will you have to (reseed?) them?



I think that they will produce another flush of fruit but then go dormant over the winter. It's supposed to get colder here soon. I hope they produce more flushes next year and I'm sure they will produce some.

This is my first time growing mushrooms and I'm learning as I go. I know some grow in plastic tents to keep the humidity higher. I believe the fungi will consume most of the logs in the long run and then the logs discarded producing less and less fruit. Then I'll compost what is left of the wood. This is really large wood for growing.

I plan on doing more next time a big oak goes over. Usually if a tree dies on it's own other fungi get to it first and it would be no good for innoculating. I likely wont cut living trees but that is what growers do. 
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Dan. Will they keep producing or will you have to (reseed?) them?

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COMPLETELY RANDOM 09 Nov 2022 15:50 #123424

Our Shiitake totems are going to town. Four grocery bag of harvest yesterday and that is not counting those that I let get to old to harvest.  The totems were inoculated a little over two years ago.

 

 

 

 

 

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