Handknitted collectable meerkats - you name it, I'll knit it!
knitted hobbits next then? only if you do, remember I mentioned it first, lol
Wow! I love mushrooms...the fact they loom up over night and look so alien. We have a fairy ring in the garden....just magical. One day i'm going to enroll on one of those weekends courses where you stay in a cosy hotel...up the crack of dawn and learn about edible mushrooms/cooking them outdoors. (-:
these are amazing Heather! we had a great walk in the woods on Saturday too and I photographed a few. Such a wonderful array of shapes and colours. I like the 4th photo down. Makes me think of a lead singer with a backing group : )
LOL Aileen I can see what you mean ;-)Joy, don't encourage me. I've just knitted something functional for the first time in ages, a cozy for MrNifty's phone.
i am envious of your fungi count. Our local authority has just 'upgraded' our woodland path into a bridleway. Its horrible and they've dumped load of hardcore onto the margins where the toadstools grew.
Oh Jackie - what a shame. I think the reason we saw so many is that this is a new public footpath opened up through some privately-owned woodlands. There is already a fair bit of litter (why do litterers always seem to drink red bull or fosters?) so I doubt there will be so many in a couple of years time :-(
Wow! Fab picsGemxxx
wow, lovin' all the mushrooms! thanks for sharing them!
Wow, what a superb variety of shrooms, Heather - thanks so much for sharing them. My hubby keeps asking if I know where to see them, he'd so love to go mushroom spotting, and I have no idea - care to share the place? Promise we won't bring any Red Bull or Fosters (or hardcore rubble)...
These particular toadies are in walking distance of my home in Tenterden, kent - so if you want to come walk with us, you're more than welcome!
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