Got mine. About 8lbs. I know another place where I can probably pick another 5lbs. It may seem greedy but no one picks these spots other than me. I was glad to find them since there are commercial pickers here on Whidbey that supply all the islands grocery stores. For the first couple of years I hunted them I found nothing but stumps, bits and ends from other pickers. I happily take non mushrooming people out to my spots because it's novel for them and I know they won't return. I would NEVER take another avid mushroom hunter to my spots. Back on the Chanterelle note. Every year I remember what it is I don't like about them... Cleaning them. It's exciting to come home with fat sack of Chanterelles, until you realize you have to brush and scrape a fat sack of Chanterelles. What with their tacky, humus covered caps and ingrown evergreen needles. The only mushroom harder to clean would be Lobster mushrooms. Which I actually like pretty well. Very different from other mushrooms. But they're usually so hard to clean that I don't even pick them. Now Hedgehogs!!! Almost no cleaning, easier to pick (no bushwhacking and then getting on your hands and knees under the salal) and taste like a Chanterelle X2. One of my favorites. I only get about three pounds of these on GOOD years. On poor years I don't even pick them so that whatever does pop up can work on species propagation.