Dream Travel

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AuthorHouse, 1998 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 120 pages
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Nature enthusiasts, campers, hunters, wild edible foragers any one can enjoy this book.

This is a great book with beautiful, full color illustrations that can guide any one through the harvesting of wild edible mushrooms.

Providing a cleaning technique and simple visual recognition of the most commonly collected and marketed Wild Mushrooms from the Pacific Northwest.

Including actual photographs of Mushrooms in their natural habitats and discussion pages with helpful climate, temperatures and geographic locations.

A helpful hints book stuffed with local Geographic Time Tables and lots of "what to look for" clues.

This book was created to help the newest of harvesters to the weekender Bar-BQ King to harvest those Wild Mushrooms that they love to eat but have no idea when and where to look for them.

The mushrooms included, are the most commonly harvested mushrooms from within Douglas County, Oregon and the Pacific Northwest some of these varieties are the Golden Chanterelle, Black Trumpet, Hedge Hogs, Blue Chanterelle, Oregon White Truffle and the Matsutake.

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User Review  - biunicorn - LibraryThing

Dream Travel by Terrill Willson In this wonderful primer of dream travel, also known to many as dream sliding, the author teaches us the techniques that have worked for him and shares his astral ... Read full review

About the author (1998)

Willson had no interest in metaphysics while growing up, until adulthood did he learn about bilocation.

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