I have had Mayapple jelly. Not something I would eat every day , but in the "old days" it was prob a nice treat. The old timers around here say that if you find mayapple. Usually close by is Ginseng and Morale mushrooms. They called them "pointer plants"
Here's a recipe I found. http://www.bigoven.com/recipe/110380/Mayapple-Jelly
If they think you are crazy, they won't argue with you.
Hold on, all of you east of me. It's coming your way.
We had an inch of snow predicted for this morning....it's up to 7 inches already and still falling. In addition we have freezing fog...can't see a thing out there.
It's a real mess. The schools were open and the buses ran, but they closed the schools and the buses had to turn around and take the children back home even before they got to school.
My magnolia that I started from seed...think its limbs need crutches.
Name: Mary (Marti) Nelson Ventura, CA Peace and long life
I have a friend in Green County that lives at the end of the road. She had a visitor who drove in with a large van and when she went to leave, she had trouble getting her van out of the driveway and really tore up the dirt driveway and slide off into the lawn and got stuck. The visitor called her brother to come pull her out and after he messed around and got stuck, my friend called her brother, who came over and pulled them both out. Now her driveway is a mess and she will have to have her brother bring his tractor over and scape it down and fix it and than she'll have more gravel delivered. She says she hopes everybody stays away or if they come, they use their heads and park at the end of the road and walk in! She is
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