Bridle Trails State Park, the anchor of this great Kirkland neighborhood, is again offering Free Fungi Fun, fall mushroom walks. I went last year and was amazed at what a diversity of fungi we have right here in our own neck of the woods.
Guided walks are lead by mycologist who make exploring fungi great family fun. You will learn how to identify mushrooms and their common names. As well as, learn about the overall biological diversity in the park. I found out that there are over a hundred different varieties of mushrooms that grow here locally.
The walks start in October and are limited to 25 people, so sign up early once dates and details are scheduled and posted through www.bridletrails.org Meet other people from the Bridle Trails neighborhood, learn about the area's name sake park and most of all, have FUN. I will be there again this year in my effort to not only know about the "What" of Real Estate, but to know as much as I can about the "Where" of Real Estate!
Hope to see you there. Learn more about the "where you live is as important as what you live in" at www.NorthWestLookingGlass.com
Bridle Trails is a great neighborhood to be a part of, from the ground up.