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I search for chanterelles and find the rusty remnant of a spring steel, hayrake tine root-embedded at the field edge. I retrace leavings: a whisper in the grass. . . the thrown mane and wide eye turned in terror. . . hoof-scattered hay and bouncing tines. . . The moment vibrating yet in a corner of the back meadow.