Hello everyone! I am certainly late with this today, terrible really. Just been one of those days. Had a lot that needed to be done today and since I’m still not moving that fast, it took longer than I expected. Oh well, these things happen now and then. Good thing it doesn’t happen too often though. It has been mainly a cloudy day but it did barely get to the melting point today, now the wind has begun to bring in cooler temps. Unfortunately that means there will be even more ice around for the next couple of weeks. There was some ice fog again last night which put a thick layer of frost on everything. It looked amazingly beautiful, especially up close. I took some pics but haven’t had an opportunity to really look at them yet, so not sure how they turned out.
But for now, some warmer pics for us to enjoy…
Here we have a fantastic view of the bottom of a large white mushroom, though unfortunately I don’t know the name or if it’s edible. But they are beautiful anyway.
And here we have “lactarius vinaceorufescens”. It has a very acrid flavor, slowly getting extremely hot. But not poisonous anyway. It is a common mushroom in this area and up to 4 inches (10cm) across.
There we have our look at some more intriguing mushrooms for our area up here in the north. Have a wonderful day and God bless!
Steve and Muffin. (who is presently snoring)
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