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    AKA tree canker

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aldo View Post
    Chaga mushroom


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    What the hell is it for? All the fuckin' hippies in VT are selling chaga this and chaga that. I guess the kombucha biz has slowed.
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    it's a growth on ash trees

    what is it for - i have no idea

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    Birch trees, That sucker right there has some street value.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Aldo View Post
    Birch trees, That sucker right there has some street value.


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    It's definitely a big thing up here, tea, liquid and powder extracts, pills...shit, I wouldn't be surprised if there are gummies available.

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    Chaga is a super food.

    There are concerns from the fukushima incident. I read about it a few years ago. Shrooms absorb radiation.

    ALL MELANIZED FUNGI ARE POTENTIAL RADIOTROPHIC FUNGI
    In the original paper, the researchers Dadachova et al showed that ionizing radiation changes the electronic properties of melanin, and enhances the growth of melanized fungi. So any fungus species that contain melanin have their growth spurred in the presence of ionizing radiation. These are not mutant fungi, they are ordinary fungus species found everywhere in the environment. Some of them are common molds that grow in your basement or bathroom.
    So these fungi do not actually feed on radiation, they change the properties of melanin, so that it can be converted into energy for growth. Think of radiation as an enzyme that allows melanin to be “digested”. Effectively, it’s the same thing, though.

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    That seems overly complicated .....

    And I used to be a biologist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackstraw View Post
    Chaga is a super food.
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    The shit grows on birch trees in the Terrace area. I may get into harvesting that stuff when I move back. Supposed to command a pretty good dollar per lb.
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    Yay skiing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by garyfromterrace View Post
    The shit grows on birch trees in the Terrace area. I may get into harvesting that stuff when I move back. Supposed to command a pretty good dollar per lb.
    Your trees are dying man. Sorry.

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    City night, city lights.

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    肉豆蔻崔

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    ^ 2 possibly 3 sightings.


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    Off work early. Snow on the front range peaks. Ritual early season wax. Caucasian in the yeti mug. Black Uruhu tunes. 2wk old son snoozing at first garage sesh. Looking forward to Pizza & French fries in a few winters with him!🤙🏼
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    “I have a responsibility to not be intimidated and bullied by low life losers who abuse what little power is granted to them as ski patrollers.”

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    Quote Originally Posted by TransplantedFromRMNP View Post
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    Off work early. Snow on the front range peaks. Ritual early season wax. Caucasian in the yeti mug. Black Uruhu tunes. 2wk old son snoozing at first garage sesh. Looking forward to Pizza & French fries in a few winters with him!����
    You win the award for cleanest garage. At least compared to mine. Congrats on the offspring!

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    Thatll be another Utah touchdown! Go Utes!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TransplantedFromRMNP View Post
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    Off work early. Snow on the front range peaks. Ritual early season wax. Caucasian in the yeti mug. Black Uruhu tunes. 2wk old son snoozing at first garage sesh. Looking forward to Pizza & French fries in a few winters with him!🤙🏼
    I’d say life is pretty good over there.
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    Love a good hardware store


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    Sublime fall morning at Moss-Back Heights.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nutmegchoi View Post
    City night, city lights.

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    Damn, nutmeg. I do some seriously vicarious living through you.

    Your annual list of events is impressive.

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