Fall Wilderness







Fall is my favorite time of the year. Brisk temperatures, falling leaves, and plenty of food – I love it! In my last trip to the wilderness, wild plums, pears, persimmons, and pecans were starting to drop. Sassafras bark and young roots were plentiful for a hot cup of tea. If you are a hunter, there were ducks, deer, wild hog, squirrel, and rabbits aplenty. There was even a nice slow rain falling. Hello fresh water! It sounds wonderful, but you’re stuck in the city. With just a little knowledge and practice you can find wild foods where you are. So, what are you waiting for? Get going!


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