Yeah, the kids picked em. I soak them for an hour or so to make sure all the bugs come out as well. My wife really enjoys seeing the centipedes and spiders coming out of them!Pinch that dirty root wad off as you pick the mushroom or every bite you eat will be sandy and gritty. Sand is real hard to get out of the pores no matter how much you rinse and wash.
Kinda, the tank would be subject to its own set of regulations and issues for citizens ownership. Now if the main gun was "disabled" then yep, have at her. There is a caliber restriction were subject to. Would just be awesome to have an Abrams tank sitting in the front drive.
Kids found them today. We're right along Lake Michigan so I usually find em the week before Memorial day. I used to look in late April and give up. Turns out that was way too early for here. The jack in the pulpits are just blooming now. We've had one day above 80 (yesterday, it was 55 today!) and 2 or 3 days in the 70s this spring. Looks like the warm up might last finally.Surely you didn't just find them? And you're killing off your patch by plucking them from the ground. Should cut off with a knife and leave the dirt in the ground.
That was a cool experience nonetheless!
Sweet little guns, my wife has the original, I have the v2. If things weren't so crazy right now I'd trade hers in for another v2. Not superbly accurate at distance but it would do the job. Trigger is meh. But they hide so darn well. Make a great backup gun too.