Wednesday, September 20, 2006

Fungi Trails

Fungi in Blair estate

I was looking for some info on the Forth Clyde Canal and I came across Mark Moxon's site and have been reading his account of Lands End to John O'Groats most of the evening. He seems to have been about a bit and written a great deal about his travels.
I've put him in my favourites to dip into again soon.

The weather has been a bit unsettled the past couple of days so haven't been far, an hour or so out on the MTB yesterday and a little strole along Miller Walk in Fairlie.
This morning I did a bit of trail bashing in the showers and PM we had a walk around Blair estate up at Dalry in wellies and with brollies.
It was nice wandering among the trees and collecting a few chestnuts satisfied Anne's gathering urge.
I tell her she must have been a squirrel in a previous life the way she's always gathering and she tells me I was a dog the way I always have to get outdoors dashing about silly.
One thing though, we certainly didn't need a dogs sence of smell to detect the fungi we came across at Blair, they were honkin' at twenty paces pictures here.


Blogger Jinxx said...

Seems that everywhere i go there seems to mushrooms and toadstools as well.

12:25 PM  
Blogger Whee said...

Fungi are everywhere, thriving where ever its warm and damp even on the human body, makes me itch just thinking about it.

11:24 PM  

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