Here's the video I made from my black morel hunt on Saturday! It features both my Fiddleback and Osprey Knife and Tool knives. I'd love to know what you guys think. Also do you guys prefer links or embedded videos? I included both because I prefer links, I like to watch them in full screen, but I can see the ease of viewing that comes from embedded videos. [video=youtube;HbZg7MiyxVo]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HbZg7MiyxVo[/video] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HbZg7MiyxVo We got out again today for a few hours. Ended up with another 100 or so. Mostly nice big fresh ones! I was so interested in finding these morels (it was a new area for me) that I forgot to take pictures of my pack set up and how I carry my F2. Next time! Here's the final pile. Lots of really nice large morels today. The two largest of the day, also the two largest black morels I've ever picked. I also stopped to take a picture/have a few bites of this. It's called stonecrop (Sedum lanceolatum), it's a nice little edible succulent that is very common around here. Good trail snack or something to take home for salads and such. I've tried pickling it before, but my pickling recipe needs work.