I saw these mushrooms growing on a dead tree while walking the dog. They are called Dryad’s saddle or pheasant back mushrooms. They are edible. Here are two links to videos: Foraging for Dryad’s Saddle/Pheasant Back Mushroom How to cook Pheasant backs & Ramps (Dryads Saddle & Wild leeks)
Does your dog need a bath? Or possibly a new tail?
This tiny barn is made of petrified wood and is on display at the Petrified Wood Museum.
I met this guy at Hobby Lobby. I realized I had never seen this breed of dog before.
I walked the dog this morning and all the trees in the park were dropping leaves at a constant, steady rate. Never seen leaves fall like this before.
This latte art was created by Kevin at Barista’s Daily Grind in Kearney, Nebraska. It would be fun to create a similar type of art for hot chocolate with whipped cream, marshmallows, and chocolate/caramel/strawberry syrup.
These two beautiful dogs waited outside patiently for their master at a coffee shop in Keystone Ski Village, Colorado.
Photo taken at the Petrified Wood Museum in Ogallala Nebraska.