Posted on September 27, 2013
Mushrooms grow well in the damp and dark forests of Georgia. My grandfather was a mushroom expert. He knew which to eat and which could make you very sick (or worse). These caught my eye and the attention of my lens. Mushroom experts, feel free to chime in and identify.
As always, I love to hear your thoughts.
Posted on September 23, 2013
We had a delightful time in Georgia last week visiting our youngest son and his family. Thely live in Grovetown, near Augusta.
We (my son, two grandsons, and me) decided to walk a few hundred yards to the pond near their home. We spotted a butterfly on the way.
I enjoyed the smell and look of the Georgia pines and the woods.
We eventually came to the pond.
Around the pond were flowers that grasshoppers thought were a breakfast buffet.
After I took some pictures, as well as my curious son, we headed home.
Along the way the boys found a centipede (followed by many others!), which the oldest picked up.
The youngest was curious enough about all the cracks (he called them creeks) to pause for a moment.
It was a lovely morning outing. Gaters and spiders on Wednesday.