Thursday, October 22, 2009

OMG!! Wild Bill wants to take you shrooming!

I don't get excited about too many things, but mushroom hunting gets my blood pumping. Combine the prospect of a day in the woods gathering delicious fungi with the company of the amazing and charming wild food crafter, Bill Cole and you've got yourself the makings for one heck of a time! This is a truly wonderful opportunity to get out and discover the plethora of edibles growing right at our doorsteps under the guidance of an expert. Don't miss out on this one folks!

Here's the scoop from Bill's lovely bride, Laura:

Hi mushroom & wild food friends,

I know you thought that it would never happen, but it’s finally time to take to the woods on a full day trip with Wild Bill and learn about the wonderful fall wild mushrooms, berries and edible plant foods available in WA & OR! Bill is going to take several small, private groups (3-4 people maximum) out over the next couple weeks only, for an all day Mushroom and Wild Food Adventure.

Available dates right now are:

This coming Sunday Oct. 24th

Wednesday Oct. 28th

Sunday Nov. 1st

Wednesday Nov. 4th

Sunday Nov. 8th

Transportation and enthusiastic wild food discussion will be provided by Bill, you will need to bring your rain gear, a bag lunch, water, and a camera if desired. Travel needs to be light – only what you can carry on your person because you will do quite a bit of walking. We will head out, rain or shine, at 8:00am from the Walmart on Mill Plain and Bill will return you to your cars by approximately 5:00pm. The cost for the whole day is $90.00, payable at the start of the day, and we will also need you to sign a liability waiver before heading out.

This may be the only chance available for a while, so if you can make one of the above dates, please drop me an email or call Bill directly at (360) 798-9331 so we can hold you a spot.

Bill & Laura Cole
Nature’s Choice
“Wild Foraged Foods – The Original Organic”

1 comment:

  1. Your're awesome Glenn! Thanks for the post. Someone mentioned it to Bill yesterday - in Portland no less :D