Friday, June 29, 2018

Friday evening, June 29

   To update yesterday's post the blueberries
are VERY scarce and now and picking is
very slow.

Thursday, June 28, 2018

Thursday night, June 28

   After walking the field we decided that this Saturday,
 June 30, will be our last day to pick.

  Thanks again for coming out to the farm and we
hope to see you next year and hope for a bigger crop!!

     Joe and Robin

Wednesday, June 27, 2018

Wednesday afternoon, June 27

There were some REAL TROOPERS who picked
for hours this morning to get their berries!!!

We recommend not picking tomorrow nor Friday
to allow ripening of the remaining red berries. BUT
I believe there is a high chance of rain this week so
watch the weather reports.
    Thanks, Joe and Robin 

Tuesday, June 26, 2018

Tuesday afternoon, June 26

      As expected the parking lot stayed almost
     full all morning and everyone left with
     pretty much what they came for.

     It started getting really hot about 10:00 but
    the temp. was nice early.

    As I was walking the field looking for
    glasses one of the customers had lost I still
    saw big berries in most parts of the field.

    We will stay open until the berries are
   extremely rare so head on out if you are willing
   to move from bush to bush seeking them out.

     Hope to see some of you again

             Joe and Robin

Monday, June 25, 2018

Monday afternoon, June 25

We will reopen tomorrow, June 26, at 7 a.m.
This may be the last week of the 2018 season.
There is a possibility of being open Tuesday
July 3rd.  Berries are nearly gone and its time
for us to start pruning.  Thanks for being faith-
ful customers.  Let's all pray for a "bumper-crop"
next year!!    Joe & Robin

How hot is it out at the farm? 
Maybe this picture of Roscoe The Blueberry Cat
will tell you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Friday, June 22, 2018

Friday evening, June 22

    MAN, we had a crowd out today and they REALLY PICKED a lot!
    So much so that we recommend that everyone wait until Tuesday
to give the berries time to ripen up for much faster picking.

THANKS for supporting our little farm!!!

Maybe next year we will have a bumper crop. 

Joe and Robin 
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