We did find Lobster mushrooms on our second day without even looking. Their bright reddish-orange makes them fairly easy to spot amongst moss and trees. Many days later we went back the same route to see if we could find more and we did; however, the second batch were just starting to go. We'd had quite a bit of rain on a couple of nights, and the second ones didn't look very appetizing even after db tried to clean them up.
We also came across a few tiny chanterelles. If only I could go back to that spot in September!
The most common mushroom we saw were the rosy Russulas (at least that's what I think they were).
Such a beautiful forest. Mushrooms could be anywhere here.
Not an edible mushroom for sure.
There were a few of these in one area near the brook. Very pretty.
A bolete cap.
It stained blue, so we knew that this one would stay in the forest.
Hedgehog? I've never found one before so I wasn't sure.
To look at only.
The best find! The Lobster mushrooms. We sliced them, fried them and everyone had some (I don't think my brother tried them. He seemed a little skeptical that we could eat them).