Wordless Wednesday Blueberries!

Last week I took the boys blueberry picking.

We had planned on each filling a milk jug but there was a huge bee problem at the field. We were instructed to be very careful because the bees were INSIDE the blueberries and people were getting stung.
They weren’t kidding.

We still ended up with quite a bit though!


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  1. Yummy! What are you making with them, or are you eating them plain? Good both ways!

  2. Jenny says

    OMG! That would have freaked me out enough to leave! I’m glad you got some blueberries, they look yummy.

  3. Stefany T says

    Wow! That is crazy! I am glad you were able to get a good haul though!

  4. YUMMM, and the pictures are gorgeous! I used to go boysenberry picking when I was a kid…I need to take my P’s.

  5. Amy says

    I love good, fresh blueberries! Yum!

  6. Mimi says

    Yum except for the one with the bug. Ick!

  7. blueviolet @ A Nut in a Nutshell says

    As much as I love blueberries, I don’t know if I could have handled the bees!

  8. Dee says

    Yum! I love blueberries!!

  9. Lindsay says

    I see some tasty blueberry muffins in your future!

  10. Sam says

    Oh yum! We had the same problem with bees picking apples last year, but it’s still fun!

  11. We just did the same thing last week. I love fresh berries. I’ve been making fruit crisps and cobblers all week. Yum! Enjoy your haul!

  12. XmasDolly says

    Thanks for the linky, and I’ve never heard of such a thing, Wow! I’ve heard of spiders in grapes, but not bees in blueberries. YUK! I don’t think I’ll ever eat another blueberry as long as Iive. I’m allergic to bee stings.

  13. Yum yum YUM! I can’t wait to go pick blueberries.. soon. I hope we don’t run into as many bees as you though!

  14. Tom says

    Those look mighty delicious. I like to mix fresh ones in my ice cream. mmmm

  15. Jenny says

    I probably would have quit picking, lol!

  16. Those look yummy!

  17. Whitney says

    So… what’s on the menu?!

    I had NO idea bees would (or even could) get inside the berries.

  18. Tamara says

    That looks like so much fun! I would love to take my kids to do that. Plus, I’m sure they taste awesome when they’re that fresh. (The bees would have freaked me out though! LOL)

  19. Those blueberries look amazing. Glad no one got stung while picking.

  20. That looks like a lot of fun… well except for the bees (yikes!). Glad you got a decent amount of blueberries. 🙂

  21. YUMM!!!! Can’t wait to see what you make with them : )

  22. Rachel says

    All I can say is yum! I want some!

  23. Anne - Mommy Has to Work says

    They look yummy!! I’d be scared of the bee though!

  24. Wow that is so cool! I never ever picked blueberries!

  25. Sandy says

    My girls love blueberries so much that I am sure we would not get very many in the bucket!

  26. Kasandria Reasoner says

    Ohhhh I LOVE FRESH blueberries!
    Happy WW!

  27. Looks fun except for the bee part!

  28. Bluberries are amazing…but bees are not. Hope you guys were not stung!

  29. Deborah says

    How delicious these look! Love blueberries!

  30. I just love picking fresh fruit with the kids! I stumbled the photo of the blueberry with the bee climbing out of it, because it is a fantastic shot!

  31. Beth says

    man … I love blueberries and now I want some! mmmm!

  32. MMMMM, I love New England blueberries, they are so sweet and flavorful this time of year. We have already gone through our season down here in Florida and I miss the fresh ones.
    Can’t wait to see what you make with them… if you can get the kids not to just eat them all plain. TeeHee!

  33. no wonder folks were getting stung! those aren’t bees…they’re a type of yellow jacket (thats why they were feasting on the berries and not the flowers) and they are NASTY aggressive little buggers….on their best days!

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