>> Tuesday, January 26, 2010
We only had a few minutes for woodsy wanderings this weekend, so we stayed close to home and went to Baltimore Woods again. The snow had melted enough that snowshoes weren't necessary, so my snowshoe-less spouse accompanied me. We weren't there terribly long, and the dim, depressing, pathetically gray light made photography a challenge. Overall, it was a fairly uninspired and uninspiring walk, but I thought I'd share a few of the random bits we stumbled on.
First the fungi. Some black knot fungus:
On to some poo. We walked through one area that was covered in rabbit scat. It was everywhere!
One of the things I love about Baltimore Woods is all the grape vines.
Finally, we went on a quest to find a bridge that I helped build as a girl scout something like 20 years ago. I suspect it may even have been replaced by now, because as near as I can remember this was the location, but this bridge looks too new.