Well, it's that time of year again, berry-picking time, although it's a job to get a chance to get some. I did manage to go with my father's friend, Emily, last week. We went down by the cliffs in Logy Bay and there were lots of blueberries. I spotted some unripe cranberries growing there too, so I know where to get them in a month. Picking berries is so relaxing--you have the soothing sounds of the ocean crashing in the distance, wind blowing, the smell of the greenery, and the day we were there, it was sunny with NO FLIES!!!! It was a perfect berry-picking day.
The blueberries, by the way, were pretty plentiful, but many seemed dried up. I think if I go this week, I may get a few more but it's cutting it close now.
I did see lots of partridgeberries too but they aren't ripe yet either. Usually, I get cranberries along the east coast trail above Marine Lab. One just has to veer off the trail toward the edge to find the bushes.
Now it's time to make jam and berry stuff.