Suddenly, two doors down from us, a garden of Shaggy Manes popped up through the grass. They're located along an old fencerow, but it's all golf course on one side and grassed lawn on the other now.
Still busy moving stuff here. Movers come for their 2nd trip on Saturday, so we need to be ready. Meanwhile our phone is still not working, nor has the washer and drier been set up. But it's a nice peaceful place!
phone charges will be less, but no laundry!!! Guess you will be turning the undies inside out for a few more days!! At least that was what a friend told me some years ago. He also swapped sides of the large bed each week, after he became a widower. Then changing the sheets was only once a fortnight!!! Are they called Fungi? Toadstools? or a variety of Mushroom?ReplyDelete
Couldn't comment below in usual spot ... not sure if it's your computer or mine! I've been reading back through your 'moving' posts and it's good to hear everything is going well with the move (apart from a couple of technical glitches). I've been to Meaford many years ago and it's such a pretty old-fashioned town (maybe that has changed). Love the river views! Looks like you've already scouted out some great trails to explore. The red door is very bold and looks beautiful.Delete
I want to also give you a friendly warning ... a blogger has posted comments on some of your posts 'piseth san' ... do NOT visit their site (porn). This blogger infiltrated SO many of my posts recently too, and I had to go back and search through and delete all their comments. I'm also wondering if I can't post a comment after their comment for some reason? Don't know. Also, this is the reason I had to change to comment moderation on my blog to keep these jerks off my blog comments.
Before long you'll be completely settled in, FG.ReplyDelete
That's a whole lot!ReplyDelete
Wow - what a magical scene - just fabulous. I know the feeling - so much to do and so much to be finished - but soon you'll be all settled and ready for the holidays and new traditions.ReplyDelete
I've seen these and now I know what they're called.ReplyDelete
Those are some really unusual looking fungi!ReplyDelete
I hate moving but it looks like a nice place. I may have to come up there to get away from the US for bit....or at least the news here.... I have seen this fungi but don't know anything about them....MichelleReplyDelete
Love you shaggy mane garden, almost mystical.ReplyDelete
I've never seen those before. They certainly are aptly named! :-)ReplyDelete
Fairyland! Love the name too!ReplyDelete
Progress is being made, and soon you will be settled in.
Shaggy mane are highly prized edibles. You have to run out and cut nice healthy looking ones, then hustle them right into the pan with lots of butter. I'm very jealous!ReplyDelete
There are a lot of them!ReplyDelete
The Firefighters memorial is on the north-east corner of College & University!
Never heard of those shaggy manes before. Seems to be a good name for them and there sure a a lot of them.ReplyDelete
Hope all goes well with the rest of the move.
They popped up in large numbers. I have not seen this before. Nature is pretty amazing.ReplyDelete
A forest of 'shroomsReplyDelete
That's quite a bunch of Shaggy Main mushroom. They are good eating too.ReplyDelete
They are SO yummy. Had them in our yard twice, never again. Weird.ReplyDelete
Oh, we saw some of these the other day...it was raining and wet and they were out in a field...not where I could get close. But I did not know what they were...I have heard the name and may have seen them before but if I have, I cannot remember it.ReplyDelete