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  2. Goli

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    for mushrooms and geese and autumn
  3. Mackie

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    nice band name: the Noisy Mushrooms.
  4. bess

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    Shaggy mane or Ink cap are cool even if noisy
  5. Mackie

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    there clearly was a *plop* when the umbrella opened fully. I saw a group of really big white champignons the other day. I felt them because I really like the firm texture. They break so easily, but still have this solidness to them. Which reminds me that I need to go to the park next week and check if there any of the only mushrooms I do collect. https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schopf-Tintling No idea what it is called in English
  6. bess

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    Nor it did Here it is a few days later. A hand-span wide.
  7. Mackie

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    counting geese again! Bess, that mushroom definitely made a scary sound when erupting from the ground. like crackle crackle crackle crackle GROMP
  8. bess

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    a great skein of them went overhead yesterday
  9. mad

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    in other wildlife news, we are elbow deep in geese again! they’re back! i love autumn....
  10. bess

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    mad! I saw this one emerging, must check it again
  11. Mackie

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    do! it is amazing what size those things can get.
  12. mad

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    Bear!! Must try to get a photo of the Big Fungus by our car park.....
  13. Mackie

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    yes, the fires probably did and yes, you probably live in their yard … and I would keep out of their way, too
  14. Goli

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    I'm sure they did Er, bears don't really NEED to fear too much
  15. bess

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    yes the neighbour dogs usually carry on if a is in their yard... (we live in the bears' yard, actually ) . bears don't fear much and i respect that. as in, keep out of their way i think the forest fires this summer displaced a lot of wild critturs
  16. Mackie

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    it never ceases to amaze me that you are so close to real wildlife. Jette would be barking her head off …
  17. bess

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    Look who wandered by. I only had time to once at the window before s/he disappeared into the woods.
  18. Goli

    i *SEE* you

    Living off the grid, you know, it may be partly fear of having to do that that is making moi fixate so much lately on getting "back" to Lewis
  19. Goli

    i *SEE* you

    are EVIL animals
  20. bess

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    that IS an :eviltree: hmmm, maybe helping the wild ones drop fir 🌲 cones on us
  21. Mackie

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    Really, I am being bombed by chestnuts.
  22. bess

    i *SEE* you

    could become the thing to do, to live off the grid
  23. Mackie

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    I really am glad power outings are virtually unknown here. We had one a couple of years ago when a transformation station in the church basement exploded and i think I switched on things at least a dozen times the hour. yes, we are so dependent on electricity … I keep thinking that when/if/once we lose it altogether, so many knowledge will be gone how to do things without … (nope, I am not so very optimistic about the future … )
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