It was because of you mentioning it previously Rick that I decided to head that way. A stop off on a trip that Jen and I did last weekend, working on the report at the moment. I didn't know of it so thanks.Great spot that Col , and across the road from there have found some really cool stuff in the past
We know all the Fungi hot spots and will pass them on to you in hoping in the future others will keep this great thread alive.It was because of you mentioning it previously Rick that I decided to head that way. A stop off on a trip that Jen and I did last weekend, working on the report at the moment. I didn't know of it so thanks.
You paint a good picture there!have seen the look on her face when I picked up some of the poo and chucked into a small lake, to show her how it floats. I got her to throw some in but boy when I got back home you want to see the reaction of her mum when my grand daughter told her what we did, absolute gold.
Perfect timing Too!Hey @BIGCOL , we are watching Landline on the ABC and Jean saw this and thought of you.
A guy that makes stuff out of Wombat "Truffles"
Amazing.and to quote a post from yesterday,"Learn something new as they say"Wombats are very territorial, they mark that territory by leaving a marker to tell other wombats that this is their place and to bugger off. They leave those droppings on elevated spots so they are more easily seen. On logs or tuffs of grass or even on round rocks etc. Evolution has come to the fore to produce square poo so they don't roll off. How cool is that.