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Ian Furst

My son hits the mulberry bush every year -- "dad - the mulberries are here!" 9 yrs old and he never misses it.

celeste allyn

Hey, I still remember when we went with Pete to pick wild blueberries.
The best blueberry pie I have ever had.

Mary Smith

Your kids are so adorable. I just love looking at photos of them. We were doing that kind of a picking this weekend, but found they weren't as good as some years. Too much rain, maybe?


You tugged at my (memory) heart strings with this post:)
Your kids are so, so lucky to have you for a Mom.


Those are beautiful pics - the rock face is fascinating. I think the allure is the driving past - I always wanted to walk on rocks and collect flowers from the places my parents only drove past on our highway drive home. If there were berries I would have begged to pick them from there.

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