Last Tuesday was one of those days!
My son and I went hiking under the bridges in Oceanside. I shared the old bridge in my last post for Wacky Wednesday. There are no hiking trails but there is a path, and a few coyote trails.
It was the perfect day. The temperature was 70 degrees with these beautiful wispy clouds above. The dogs got to go chase anything that moved, butterflies, lizards and rabbits. I got to take pictures, and my son got to explore.
The clouds were so pretty, I probably took too many pictures of the sky.
Since I have trouble finding words, here is part of my Tuesday in pictures.
Although a few mushrooms with stems grow on tree bark, most do not. Bark mushrooms typically grow in the form of conk, also called a bract or shelf.
Bark mushrooms most often grow in cool, rainy coastal areas and on the shady, north side of trees.
A few mushrooms that grow on bark are edible, but most are not.