Saturday, August 13, 2011
I love my Park
I was under the impression that Indian Pipeplant is rare, however everywhere I look these days, I see it. Either it's not as rare as it's been made out to be, or the woods is full of mycelium of the right kind that creates this. After all, in the early spring there were quite a few fly agarics everywhere I looked as well as emetic russela. What with the strange year and it's weather patterns being unseasonably off kilter, and my suspicion that there is mycelium throughout the entire park, it is no wonder that there are so many Indian Pipeplants. If that holds true, my desire to gather some beautiful amanitas to dry and prepare for teas and oils etcetera should happen in September and be ready for final consumption by Samhain. What a way to start my magical year.
I think the next place we move I will have a motorized scooter so that I can get around. I've been forming this opinion, and as the years grow so does my desire for this increases .... The desire to move into the woods and live a completely different life, all but off the beaten track. That is probably more of a pipedream, \which makes sense when you consider all the pipeplants I've seen laterly. LOL