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Last year I only found old ones that weren't very good.  This year i've been so busy, it's been difficult to make the time to hit the woods,  but after a couple of tries,  nothing substantial.... then today,  i'm working in Chicago and on a break,  I look at the base of a neighbor's Oak and there she was,  about 2' long 1' high,  nestled camouflaged among the mulch near the bulging root bases.  I politely asked the neighbor if i could take it away and he said sure..  🤠

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