spinifex: I just competed another lap of the sun ... that makes 45.1 trillion kilometres traveled. Spinning the whole time at 1600 km per hour. Holy cow. No wonder I'm tired. And dizzy.
Apr 5, 2021 14:14:36 GMT 10
Tri-Polar: Didnt think it deserved a thread of its own. Ive been reading a good book with useful information lately. "The handbook, surviving and living with climate change". Information that is useful doesnt always relate to climate change.
Apr 12, 2021 19:21:47 GMT 10
I came across a patch of a variety that is new to me last week. I pulled one up to take lots of pictures for later identification (which I couldn't do because I didn't think to try and break the stem out of the cap - an important diagnostic).
Went back this morning and they are all gone. I think a fox may have taken them as I heard one a little way off in the scrub and there were no signs of roo to be seen. I cant think what else would completely consume them without leaving signs.
So ... do I conclude that if a fox can eat them I can eat them? Or ... the fox that ate them died and the one I heard was its mate/young looking for it?