Jane Rushworth organised it and we were pleased that Archie McAdam was able to come again.
This year he is teaching a U3A course at Skipton and he brought several members of his class with him.
Several people had also heard about the foray thorugh "Flowers of the Dales" booklet -- and we had 25 people!
|It was pretty windy - Tee wind from the west coast |
from beyond Morcambe Bay 20 miles away
was blasting straight at us and funnelling up the valley.
|Photographing a red waxcap - probably Hygrocybe coccinea|
|And this is the red waxcap being photographed|
|Another view of those three waxcaps|
|The same hummock - but look how far behind the first group are|
We carried on up to the "Summit of the pass" and had lunch.
After lunch we explored the woods
|Blushing Bracket - (Daedelopsis confragosa) from above|
|Blushing Bracket - (Daedelopsis confragosa) from below|
Then we returned to Feizor and had warm drinks at the cafe there.
|Some of our finds|
It is four months since I was here with the Bishop