This is not a very common fungus; it is, however, frequent enough in the woods about the wrekin.
You could intreat to be remembered then to your friends round the wrekin.
This so discouraged the giant that he flung down his burden of earth, forming the wrekin, and trudged meekly home again.
Such is wrekin in Shropshire, which some people have supposed to have been a volcano.
Here is another fungus, and a species which I am very glad to find in the wrekin woods, though it grows but sparingly.
Probably it was built as a precaution that the extremely strong position of the wrekin should not be occupied by the enemy.'
Cressage station is the nearest and most convenient on the Severn Valley line from which to reach the wrekin.
Owing to an isolated situation, the wrekin commands a better all-round view than some of his loftier compeers.
Think of the woods at the bottom of the wrekin, and those delightful fir plantations near Tibberton.
Its own mountain is the wrekin, a solitary height a few miles to the east of Shrewsbury.