Apparently Washington state is known for being home to some of the best fiddleheads in the country. Was hoping to eat some and gift them to my parents but my preliminary google search has not been very successful. Any tips on where I can get my hands on them?
So I have been using Courseplay for a while now and I wanted to try forage harvesting using course play. I have the truck following the forage harvester and everything works fine, except on turns. The forage harvester is smaller than the truck and has a much smaller turning radius, unlike the truck. So on turns, the truck crashes into the forage harvester and screws up the whole pattern. Anyway, I could fix this? I've tried changing the turn radius up on the truck and it doesn't change anything. Thanks :|
I come from yugioh as my card game of choice (played in 2015-2018 and went to regional and national tournaments, sometimes placed okay even), and in that card game there is no mana system. Only your lifepoints and card count, really, so when I play games like hearthstone or gods unchained, I'm always thinking about building advantage in terms of card advantage. I like cards that let me draw, and I like cards that let me have a card advantage over my opponent (e.g. Best Friends, Photogenesis, Jaguar Staff, Avatar of Nature, Aeona's Defection, SHRINE OF SOTHEK)
So when I started focusing on Nature, because I'm also a fan of swarm builds, I initially used Animal Bond. When i read Forage's ability, however, I thought this was too good to be true.
For 2 mana, you can get a +1 card any turn? Sure, you have to keep your void under control, but if you just start using this card turn 2, or turn 1 even, then you can do this like 3-5 times really early, or even more if you keep a lead over your opponent. That builds up to a real steady card advantage, and then you might accrue enough favor to just get another +1 or +2 for free.
What I realize now, however, is that in a game utilizing mana like Gods Unchained, YOU NEED MANA, which I understand. That's why I'm wondering if it's just a question of if this strategy only really works when your opponent has a slow deck, or is not the best at the game, because I imagine most popular decks probably make use of those first couple turns and do a lot more a lot more quickly, so you wouldn't have time to build an advantage with forage in those scenarios. But maybe I'm wrong.
Please let me know reddit, is Forage as good as I think it is? Or does it fall off when you face up against faster decks.
It seems like this information is distributed among state parks, state forests, regional parks, etc. etc.
Is there a single map / database where I can view public land areas where it is legal to forage?
I'm making lembas (elven bread from LOTR) this weekend and I really want to try adding some violets to the dough but I'm not sure where I can find some. I'm not originally from Hamilton. TIA :)
I know that asking for someone's ramp spot is like asking for their morel spot, but here goes nothing:
Has anyone harvested ramps (a.k.a. wild leeks) in the area before? Are they plentiful around here? It's coming to the end of the season and I've never had one before. I'd really like to try cooking with some.
If foraging isn't a possibility, is there anywhere I could buy some? I haven't seen at at the farmer's market.
Barring that, is there at least a restaurant in town with a ramp dish?
I just wanna try this dumb onion before it's too late!
I set up a course on a field for the forage harvester - works well. I also set up a course for a tractor trailer to follow the harvester and collect the chaff, then take it to my farm silo.
However, there was considerable downtime while waiting for the tractor trailer to come back where the harvester was sat doing nothing so I thought, I'll put another tractor trailer on the same route.
What happened though, is both got called forward to the harvester and the two tractor trailers had a demo derby which stopped all harvesting.
I want the second tractor trailer to wait at the stop point outside the field, and only come on to the field when the other one leaves the harvester.
Any idea how to do this?
Idk where to start! I’ve started google lensings things in my neighborhood BUT I’m scared lol like what are some proper ways to forage. What if stray cats are in the area? What if mistake one thing for another? Yikes lol