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Morris, you made it sound as if the rock died! Laura, I enjoyed this pic. Most of the lichen around here, at least on Lake Superior, is orange, too, like pinknblack's. Thanks, Laura, for letting us in on your lightfingered deed!
Thank for the reassuarance, chickie and morris! Jack, I love your avatar. You were a cute little boy. Happy Easter to you and jim, pumpkin.
I am liking your find, Laura! Makes a nice puzzle. Happy Easter to you!
Don't worry about it laura, you are fine. that rock is in a much better place, now!!!!
good one Laura!
Don't worry laura. I have stuck many a rock in my backpack. LOL
I didn't notice if it was a conservation area. Oops. Thanks morris and pinknblack!
A beautiful mint ice cream green lichen. Here it is mostly rusty orange coloured. I would have taken it home, too.
I'm kidding. But if it was marked a conservation area, then you are not supposed to.
Ohhh...was I not allowed to take them? I thought I could because it was the woods. Oh no!
UMMM!!! Did you have a permit for that young lady?
Yay! Don't blame you for taking them.
Guess who is the proud owner of this and a few other rocks....taken from the woods, not anybody's landscaping arrangement!
Thank you laura! It's beautiful and a fun puzzle.
Lovely Laura. Old growth forest can be likened to old growth rock.
YAAAYYYYY!!!! Nice one, laura!