FALL IN THE PARK
The leaves on the oak trees were at their peek colors of orange and red. We thoroughly enjoyed our time walking through the many shades they had to offer on our hikes through the park. I was surprise at the size of some of the leaves...they were huge.
This is the first time I have come across crimson fungus on our many hikes through the woods. This crimson color really stands out on the bark of a fallen pine tree.
SMALL BUT STRONG
A lone mushroom among the various moss on this pine tree stump. Small but mighty in the October weather.
I'LL LET YOU DECIDE
What a strange looking "male" tree. I had to get pictures of this one. It would make some amazing big bowls if you had the heart to cut it down.
EXPERIMENTING AT THE FIRE
Amazing effects when you throw wood chips into the campfire. Tends to be messy but the view is worth it!! We had lots of fun adding wood chips and pellets into our fire. We wanted to see if it would produce some good heat on the cool nights by the fire. Conclusion: The wood pellets produce all the heat you would ever want.