strawberries. By the time we were done, our faces and fingers were red and our bellies
were full. It was the best. We did the same with the raspberries in our yard, but my
memories from that are more about mosquitoes and being sticky and hot from gathering
them on a humid Michigan summer day.
with her girls. She said the pick-your-own-peaches were amazing. It sounded like such a
happy thing to do. I went first thing on Wednesday ...
Not only did it make for the perfect morning, but I felt just a little more connected with my
community and the Earth by the time I left. And I'm so glad I went when I did. They close
for the summer on the 27th. If you're in the area and want to squeeze in a stop, there are
still plenty of good peaches, plums are ready now too and apples will be coming in within
the next week or so. Now, I have to try my hand at making some things with this beautiful