Pick Your Own Blueberries in Strafford, NH

Summer Makes a Return

We have finally dried out after all the rain from the previous two weeks and the forecast for this week is for nice weather.  In the picture above, my son and Ben are busy filling in one of our many mini lakes that appeared after the rain with gravel.  Prior to this picture both boys were busy counting how many licks it takes to get to the center of a tootsie pop so they were quickly sentenced to hard labor!

This has been a busy year for our new/used golf cart.  In this picture our friend Stacy and her son are about to enjoy a ride to the parking lot after some blueberry picking.  The distance between our parking lot and the blueberry fields is not large but it can be a little too much for some folks so we use the golf cart to shuttle pickers back and forth.   If you come to visit at the farm and think you need a ride up to the fields, just give two beeps with your car horn and we’ll be right there to pick you up.

This is our new friend Virginia who we learned has a great blog of her own to visit called livinglocalnh.blogspot.com .  On this particular day, Virginia picked around 10 pounds of blueberries! I had the chance to visit her blog and found a yummy recipe for blueberry crumb bars with a great picture sure to make you salivate.  Make sure to check out her blog for great resources on buying local food and the fun she has accomplishing this.

These three children came to pick last week and politely posed for my picture on the adirondack chairs.  They had a great time at the farm and as you can see from the picture happened to pick a sunny day to visit!

I finally want to update everyone with the status of the stolen items that disappeared last week.  Everything was returned to us, including the flag, so we are thankful they made their way back to the farm!

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2 responses

  1. Thanks so much for the mention! 🙂 I will be bringing a friend by to pick again probably next week! Have a beautiful day!

    Virginia

    August 19, 2008 at 11:08 am

  2. Jim

    Loved your web sight. I have never been to Berry bogg Farm but will be there this coming week to pick blueberrys.
    Thanks, Jim

    July 18, 2009 at 1:45 pm

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