A load of old balls.....
This year has been the one for exploring what's under our nose....it turns out I don't know my home patch half as well as I thought I did. Local friends took us out on a walk through the copse on the outskirts of the village where they live. The weather wasn't grand, but I don't mind some showers especially if there's woodland cover for most of it. Although I haven't stumbled across some of the more exotic fungi I've seen others sharing online we did find a few less showy examples. The first one was the size of a penny and oh so delicate.
You might by now be wondering how the blog title fits in here....well your normal forager would probably be collecting crab apples or nuts of some description at this time of year. Not us.....nope we came home with pockets stuffed with old golf balls that crossed the course boundary and then rolled down into the copse. TYM has bought himself some clubs [from the charity where he's volunteering a few hours a week] and they're for him. Saves him a few pennies when he next goes with his mate!
What beauty outside your door. Good find on the golf balls-they are getting pricey here.ReplyDelete
We are blessed indeed. ArilxDelete
Okay. Now I have to ask. What does gnat bottom towers mean? Your walk looks glorious.Delete
It means being very miserly with your money...in this case it's meant as a joke against myself as I'm pretty thrifty, but not mean with my money. ArilxDelete