where mushroom logs come from


This morning I took a large truck an hour and a half or two hours north of the Twin Cities to pick up about 250 white oak logs. This photo is taken at the cabin at one of my loggers (to the right in the photo). They were a bit short, so they cut down a couple more trees to fill out the load.


Here is the truck again, but back at the inoculation workshop in Minneapolis. I spent a couple of hours unloading the logs. They are now stacked in the workshop, so I can start inoculations tomorrow. And I have another week of inoculations before making another log pick-up!

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