They do seem rather magical-and I try to leave them to reproduce. Did you read the blog I did a few weeks ago when my husband squished the mushroom my son and I wanted to show a friend? Its not too far down my blog, I can’t recall the title at the moment..Thanks for reading-looking…beebee
I will check it out I try to read them all nightly but I no longer but 20 of you 🙂
Awe the Cotton Mouth Story the snake had made me forget about pretty colorful mushrooms 🙂 We have 5 foot long milk snakes here and they his and rattle their tails when you come upon them sadly I am like you husband no need for a deadly snake around me 😦
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The PDF file that lists the variations of tricks the mind plays to avoid change is very very good! So I shall be looking at a few of those!! Hope you all gain something from this too.
I lived in Russia for a while where everyone picks mushrooms. I tried to learn this art, but every time I went, I copied the “experts.” They always leaned over and said, “NOOOO!!! Not that one!!!!” And I looked back and forth, thinking mine looked the same as theirs. Except mine would have killed me. I wish I could learn how to hunt mushrooms correctly.
I have a neighbor, who is a chef, and while talking about the various mushrooms in our neighborhood, he asked me if I ever ate any of them-I laughed and replied that my knowledge on them is not so great as to risk illness or death. I will stick to observing and photographing! Thanks for reading and commenting.beebee