Author Topic: Clumber park, Nottinghamshire  (Read 901 times)

pleb

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Rob Goes Walking

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Re: Clumber park, Nottinghamshire
« Reply #1 on: 13:38:39, 26/10/18 »
Nice pictures again. Do you know what those mushrooms you photographed are? Can you eat them?

ninthace

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Re: Clumber park, Nottinghamshire
« Reply #2 on: 15:25:29, 26/10/18 »
Nice pictures again. Do you know what those mushrooms you photographed are? Can you eat them?
All fungi are edible - some more than once  :)
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Re: Clumber park, Nottinghamshire
« Reply #3 on: 19:39:04, 27/10/18 »
My mobile phone never works in Clumber Park.
Walking every week in the Peak District...or somewhere else   http://peakwalking.blogspot.com

pleb

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Re: Clumber park, Nottinghamshire
« Reply #4 on: 18:55:03, 28/10/18 »
My mobile phone never works in Clumber Park.
Ditto. And at Hardcastle crags.

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Re: Clumber park, Nottinghamshire
« Reply #5 on: 19:14:10, 30/10/18 »
All fungi are edible - some more than once  :)

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Nice pics pleb  O0
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Re: Clumber park, Nottinghamshire
« Reply #6 on: 22:50:07, 03/11/18 »
All fungi are edible - some more than once  :)
O0  Personally, I wouldn’t eat any fungi that I didn’t buy from the supermarket. My brother, however, is a bit of an expert and is often found in the New Forest hunting for exotic mushrooms with my nephew. He has been poisoned yet.