Thursday, 17 June 2010


We went strawberry picking this morning with our friends (homeschoolers too).
The strawberries were small, but so tasty!

After strawberry picking, we stopped by a honey farm. This farm didn't have actual beehives there because their hives are leased to to local farmers. In total they have about 90 million bees that help pollinate local apple, plum, pear and cherry, cucumber, melon, and strawberry crops.
We brought a jar of honey home and I can't wait to try it!


  1. Great minds think alike :) Looks like you all had fun!

  2. love strawberries, yum yum xx

  3. Oh, how I remember the days as a youth of daily picking strawberries, then on to the raspberries.
    It was against the rules to 'eat' but we 'snitched' every chance we could ... one of those delicious juicy berries.

    I know you had fun ... fresh is best & more enjoyed.

    TTFN ~ Marydon

  4. The strawberries look wonderful. The squirrels have attacked our strawberry plants twice and eaten all of them. Looks like I need to find a place to pick them too.


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