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Mushrooms at the End of the Tunnel

July 19, 2011 by


When Australia rode on a sheep’s back, the wool town of Goulburn needed a rail link so it could ship wool to the ports in Sydney. The railway was originally a single track, which passed under Mt Gibraltar near the town of Mittagong. When the line was widened, the old tunnel was closed off. With […]

Mushroom Collecting

September 12, 2010 by


In Germany every season seems to have its own wild foods, from bärlauch (ramsons) in Spring, to mushrooms in Autumn. Restaurants change their menus with the seasons from asparagus and bärlauch, to strawberries, to pfifferlinge and steinpilze (chanterelles and porcini). The most amazing thing though, is that ordinary people have no fear of deadly toadstools, […]


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