Last weekend I walked in local parks and saw only one mushroom, a Shaggy Mane (Coprinus comatus) which was in a public area, so I did not pick it.
My finds today were a Cauliflower and a few small Chenterelles.
Here is the Cauliflower:
Here is a Chanterelle completely covered in the blueish mold:
I walked for several hours and checked out a few spots that I know have had Chanterelles two years in a row. Finally on a low spot where a creeks flows in the winter, in near some exposed bank, I found a few fresh ones, peaking out:
They were really small and I didn't pick them. A little further down the gully I found some more and took a picture with my headlight to show the size:
Then, finally I found a few worth picking:
No Slippery Jacks or Gomphidius or any of the common non-edibles. Did see a few Fir Cone Cap and some LBMs.