Enjoy time w/ my family the most, fishing & hunting, mushroom picking anything outdoors, antique toy's, comic book's, but I love marble's !!! The picture of the mountain w/ snow on it is what's left of Mt. St. Hellens, I used to go mushroom picking and bear hunting there. The boat is a commercial guide boat sturgeon fishing next to us in the Columbia river estuary.The crated mushroom's are called King bolete ( boletus edilus ) my personal favorite, my family and I where commercial picker's and buyer's for almost 20 year's , thus the commercial basket of mushroom's, no. 1's where about fist size w/ over ripe ones being as big as basket ball's, "give it a google" they are my fav. to eat. $ 15.00 per dry ounce in the store ( may be labeled porcini' or cepes' ) , $15.00 per pound fresh for no. 1's to the picker, many time's higher by the time they reach the restaurant. Cooked right they taste very much like steak to me ( delicious ) My family bought 18 different varieties of wild and exotic edible mushroom's, about 8 month's out of the year give or take.These are my personal picture's using a Fuji camera I no longer have, I took the macro's of mushroom's while picking along the Oregon coast.