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Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Wordless Wednesday with Linky - Mushroom Oddity - April 9, 2014


Here's a funny little oddity that we discovered out near our cottonwood trees - a weird looking mushroom! Mushrooms are very rare out here in the desert.  This one is over 5" tall, too.







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10 comments:

  1. Wow! That is one crazy looking mushroom! I would be odd to find mushrooms in the desert, wouldn't it? Wonder how that happened?! :)

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  2. *It! I meant "It would be odd..." apparently my brain was going faster than my fingers... ;)

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  3. A mushroom 5' tall??? Is it from Earth? That is weird! Stacy come on now we all know you're odd... an odd duckling that grew into a beautiful swan, but a little flaky at times. We know what you meant!!! bwahahahahaha Fraudulent slip??? Maybe??? Maybe not! LOL

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    1. Marie, I think you mean "Freudian slip" not a "fraud"ulent slip. LOL!

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  4. That is a weird looking mushroom and bet its poison too.There are crazy things that can survive the deserts. Thanks for hosting and sharing my banner each week, I appreciate it!! I too share yours.
    Have a great week
    Karren!~

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  5. Now that's a mushroom! Thought it was a skull at first. Thank-you for hosting. I see the Wordless Wednesday button but not a code to copy? Thanks so much for hosting. Want to give you credit.

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  6. That is the oddest looking mushroom I've ever seen. Happy Wednesday!

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  7. That's one heck of a mushroom! I never saw one like that before. Wonder if it's non-poisonous.

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    1. We didn't wait to find out. My husband got rid of it. If it can survive in full sun, under the hot weather, with hardly any water, we don't want any more of those big things around.

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