Wednesday, September 23, 2009

What is this




The trip to NJ.

I got to Seatac and guess what my flight was delayed 20 min. That meant I would not make my connection in Oakland, I was going to meet Honey there and then we were going to fly out together to Denver, then Philly. I got a fight routing me to Denver so Honey and I meet up there and went on to Philly. The flights were OK but they are doing a huge renovation at the Philly airport and as I do not get out of my seat once I am in a plane it was quite fun waiting in line for the Portapotty.

Honey and I took a shuttle to B's house in Egg Harbor Twp. The Twp is to be short for Township to me it looks and sounds like twerp. So we to the house about 1am, relaxed talked a bit then off to bed.

In the morning Honey and I took B's car and went out shopping we both had things in mind that we wanted to make. Honey did most of the cooking and I know that she likes it. I did make fried green tomatoes and my hot chocolate. It had B moaning as she drank it and I told her that she has mouth orgasms. That made her turn bright red.

One thing that we found in her yard was a fungus that might just might be a east coast thing. I have never seen one like and Honey and I have spent the week trying to find out what it is. The thing is about a foot in diameter the pictures are above. The one at the top is a close up. Can anyone tell me what this thing is?

6 comments:

8thdayplanner said...

I can't help you with the fungus, but I was wondering if you'd share your recipe for hot chocolate? I wouldn't mind giving my partner mouth orgasms.

Dragon said...

HHMM that actually look familure. If I remember to, I will look in my books.

eileen pennington said...

i want your mouth orgasmic hot chocolate recipe! LOL

Guin

Camlin said...

The fungus does look familiar, but I'm terrible with names of things...I've seen it before around here (SW Ontario).

Nulaanne said...

Well, I was hoping that someone would know what that this is. Oh well, I will have to keep serching.

As for my recipie I will post that later. I have some exciting news that goes up soon.

kimber p said...

I've got a weird "thing" for tree shelf fungus and mushrooms and toadstools...that is BEAUTIFUL! If you look up shelf fungus in google and then do an image search, you should find something similar to compare it to thats what I do.

You can also send that pic to your University Botany dept and see if they can help identify it...