Oh what a fabulous morning. Finally, there is the distinct nip of winter in the air and woollies were definitely called for.
Myself and another family met at Lyminge Forest and had a good tramp around, we saw all manner of fungi; fly agaric, what I think, having now looked it up, was an amythest deceiver,(which turns out to be edible, didn't know that thought it was inedible) found by my friend, ceps and excitingly bracket fungus! Also saw an umbo. And there's lots of white, gills showing fungi too, which look a little like Oyster mushrooms, but I'm certain they aren't those, as Oyster mushrooms are usually more tubular in the stem. (shh and we didn't get lost this time ;-) )