Mist, Whisky Gully and lots of fungi

A good sized group tackled FOBIF’s June walk yesterday on the east side of Mount Alexander. A dense mist shrouded the Mount early, but it soon cleared, and a pleasant cool day was just what was required for the occasionally strenuous climbs. Highlights included the ruins of the silk project,  a great rock shelter, plenty of grand old (and occasionally mysterious) trees, and one of the Mount’s most attractive features, Whisky Gully. Lots of fungi along the way meant that a few participants were looking mainly at the ground.

Walkers underneath the ‘Impossible’ Manna Gum. Photo by Liz Martin

Our thanks to Jeremy  Holland for a typically stimulating off track experience.

Next month’s walk will be in the Chewton Bushlands. Check the program for details.

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