Tum-tee-tum I've been running around in the countryside again. Rye and environs mostly with my friends The Foodies.
I boot faired a lot, and here is my star purchase: it was made by a retiree and you have until the end of the post to guess what it is.
Two headed sheep . . .
What a beauty.
Then we noticed that they were everywhere and got picking. Hoot hoot! I've never actually been able to spot the rings that mushrooms grow in before but I can now, there's one in the top half of this photo with a cluster of mushrooms on it's right hand side. Can you see it?
We sat down in the evening and sorted them all out.
We dried a lot of them.
And saw some slow-worms. Slow-worms aren't worms or snakes but lizards. And I happen to know they give birth to live young. I know this because Karen picked one up and it's waters broke all over her and a little baby slow-worm half poked out near it's bum! I felt a bit guilty: it's not the birth I'd choose if I were to have kids but never mind.
. . . now here's your answer, if you got it right have a biscuit.