After lunch , and before the sky threatened , and produced rain , I had a quick look at High Elms . A couple of Speckled Woods , no sign of the Buzzard that I fleetingly saw on my last visit . I did hear over the weekend , that it was about in the vicinity of Burnt Gorse on Tuesday and Wednesday last week . Once again , practicaly no fungi , but on the way back to the car , came across some that looked very like the young version of the big dinner plate specimens I found on the Greensand Way . These are of the same family , Lepiota , but these are L.rhacodes-Shaggy Parasol , as opposed to L.procera-Parasol Mushroom . Some more autumn fruits caught my eye before the car park , and these were the fruits of Wild Privet , surprisingly a member of the Olive family , and whilst talking of the Olive family , the Ash and Lilac are also members .
I set off home , and made it just as the first spits started .