Hi everyone! It’s a nice day here with a bit of sun and cloud mixed together and a temp of 23F (-5C). Really not too bad although it is a bit cooler than it should be this time of year, but still, better than it was. Muffin is feeling kind of bad though since her forecast for an early spring isn’t likely to happen now.😿 Early would mean the snow would have to be gone by the end of March. Hmm, not too likely unless things change real quick. However, a few nice treats and she feels better.😺 And of course, playing with her fuzz ball. Wow, does she ever like that thing! She tosses it and jumps after it. I toss it for her to really get her going and does she jump high and catches it and throws it herself. It’s soft so she can grab it easily with her claws and I’m not quite sure how she does it, but somehow she lets go of that little ball and it flies up to 8 feet with Muffin right there to catch it again. It’s really quite fun to watch her play with that.
But now it’s time for our look at some more art in nature with beautiful mushrooms again…
I showed this one once before but didn’t know the name of it. Now I do, it’s called “Gloioxanthomyces nitidus”. It’s a small, slimy mushroom and not really for eating. And it is very bright and glows in the dark forest.
And here we have another different kind of white mushroom and a very nice specimen too. Sorry, don’t know the name or if it’s edible. Well, that’s it for our nature’s art today, enjoy your day as best as you can and God bless!
Steve and Muffin.
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