1 Fort Grew in Mushroom Woods

When trees fall, their branches are collected by the mysterious participants of the Fellowship of the Stick Fort. We arrived in the grove, not knowing who had begun the work. Eagle and I felt compelled to add sticks and branches of our own. Oaks donated their cast offs to our endeavor.

Stick Fort. Photo: Rebecca Cuningham
Fort Interior Photo: Rebecca Cuningham

The stick fort is in mushroom grove that I wrote about earlier this week.

Oak Forest. Photo: Rebecca Cuningham

The sun was getting low in the sky, it was time to meander back to our vehicle.

The Snowy Path Photo: Rebecca Cuningham

Thank you for a beautiful day.

Sunset in the City Photo: Rebecca Cuningham

So glad you could hike with us! ¡Olé! –Rebecca

This post is part of Debbie’s Six Word Saturday. Click on the word six in the previous sentence for some great photos! #6WS

Rebecca Cuningham

27 thoughts on “1 Fort Grew in Mushroom Woods

  1. I’m so glad you and Eagle added to the stick fort. I would definitely have done the same. Robert and I often like to add stones and rocks to totems we find on our various trips.

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  2. Hi.
    Greets Rebecca. Enjoyed this so. So
    jealous in deeds. Indeed

    herein South Australia Snow such much
    a rarity. Wet or Dry our Forests only. So

    glad so enjoyed Your Hike. Thanks.
    Till Next… Shiro 😎

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  3. What a lovely mystery, Rebecca. I love the Fellowship of the Stick Fort – an anonymous community of like-minded spirits. We had a similar experience when we lived at the beach on St. Simons Island. We called it the Totem of the Beach Clan – a huge piece of driftwood that was mysteriously decorated for every season. Beautiful photos. ~Terri

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