We had a picnic of Kabanosy (pronounced "Kah-bah-NOH-sih" and is a Kielbasa, or type of sausage), smoked fish, delicious bread, Polish cheese, tomatoes, bottled carbonated water, and other baked goodies. Butter and Polish Ketchup were our sandwich condiments.
We then went further up the mountain into Lasu (pronounced "Lah-Sooh" and meaning "the forest") to go "zbierac grzyby" (pronounced "Zbee-eh-RAhCH Gzhih-bih" and meaning "gathering mushrooms").
My husband came up to me at one point, excited to have learned a word "Pienkni means Mushrooms!". My Ciocia and I figured out that all of the mushrooms he was bringing to her were so nice looking that she kept exclaiming "Pienkni" (pronounced "Pyehn-knih" and meaning beautiful) because they were so nice looking. He was a good sport about it.
In our search, we found a particularly large mushroom that was bigger than my Wujek's fist, and it was promptly dubbed the King of Mushrooms. We cut it off so that the roots would be intact, hopefully another would grow from that spot later.
It was a truly memorable experience.