at first I thought it wanted seed (see my last post)
but it did not take any
so we simply stood and listened and looked
and relaxed into the day
In the woods, off trail, taking to heart the details of forest
life. Spying a sylvan mushroom, brightly colored red. I must take it's
portrait, a photograph. But how to get through the tangle of downed
trees, scramble of branches. Ducking this and that, making my way to it,
I hear a sound and look up to see a little tree squirrel scrambling up a
spruce tree, with the mushroom, the very same mushroom in it's mouth,
twice as big as the squirrels head. Up up up the tree trunk and then
lays it on a branch to age and dry. The squirrel nearly flies to the
earth in search of it's next foraged meal.
What are the chances of that! The squirrel got to and took the
mushroom before me. Still inspires a smile, as I remember. It was quite
dark in the forest or I would have tried to video that busy squirrel for
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