Thursday, August 28, 2008

The Fat of the Land.

  We spotted Mackerel by watching sardine schools on the surface of the water.  They are voracious predators, who are eaten by bigger predators a step up the food chain.  Including the pesky human.  Very handsome 9 inch fish.
  I'm trying to think of something, besides pecans, that I walk around eating right off the landscape.  Lots of deer, of course, but that requires a little doing.  In Maine we munched beach grass, clams, lobsters, and Mackeral with minimal processing and effort.  Very direct and we hardly scratched the surface.
  Eyed a lot of colorful mushrooms on the trail.  I know zip about mushrooms, but I ought to.

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