Hiking story time! Love this story I got to share, I would never have made it home
So there I was on a trail and noticed I needed to tie up a boot... I sat on this dead log, bent over to lace it up aannddd seen this right underneath me.
Pretty sure I let out a fear fart as I screamed and jumped off in 2.5 seconds flat... seriously thought I was now a person who discovered a dead body/ body part... so then my toddler side in me got curious and poked it... then saw that its hooked onto a stem that goes into the ground.
So I whipped out my handy dandy Google friend and typed in "foot plant mushroom" and there it was... "dead man's finger/toes fungi". The end.
Edit: those who are asking, yes you can share.
Share the awareness.
Could possibly save the underwear of a hiker who didn't think to bring a spare pair or toilet paper. Lol
MISTY SUNRISE AT LAKE PANIC.
Adult hippos can hold their breath underwater for up to six minutes and typically walk along the bottom of a river or lake rather than swim.
Babies, meanwhile can only last about 30 seconds – but they do have an incredible ability to suckle underwater by closing their ears and nostrils.
Hippo milk is pink. Yes, pink!
And a single cup contains more than 2,000 kiloJoules.
I have a like new VC .450 I might part with. I had it built in 2013 and it has served me well. Also have a VC fitted leather trunk case for it along with the plastic case it came with. I'll take 14000 for all of it.
I have been looking for ideas on the best way to display my European mounts from Africa. I came across some of your shield work and was wondering if you would be willing to make one for me? If so, please let me know the cost. I like the shield with the two spears that you built for a member years ago. Thanks.
Nelson. Is this message a PM format. I want to send you my email, but don't know if this is the cirrect way to do it. I'm at <firstname.lastname@example.org> Send me an email with your phone and I will call you about a skull I have. I went to school in Boston and am from Bernardston in the west part of the state. Moved to Alaska in 1984 adn never looked back.