It is so important to Dr. Aichlmayr to spend a portion of his free time out in nature enjoying what the great state of Washington has to offer. This last weekend he ventured out again with the Kitsap Mycological Society.
The members hit the trails together in Port Gamble Forest Heritage Park which offers 3493 beautiful acres, accessible by several trails of varying types (you can even kayak here). Dr. A described it as a “mecca of trails” and a “great getaway”. The Mycological Society did not disappoint (yet again) and we found many types of Fungi on our journey.
He also came across The Butcher and Baker Provisions where he enjoyed an impressive and relaxing lunch.
Check out the the trail maps, rules and FAQs, and everything you will need to know for your visit to the park by clicking here.
ALSO Dr. A made butterhorns for the first time this year for Thanksgiving. Butterhorns are a difficult family recipe that is hard to master. They are a croissant type bread served savory with the meal, and Grandma would always sneak cinnamon and sugar into a batch or two for a great dessert as well!