What a fabulous experience. We love going strawberry picking. A friend of a friend has a farm and we van usually go at the end of the season and pick what we want for nothing. The kiddies usually just wander around and come back with red mouths and shirts but nothing in their baskets.
Are they strawberries or apples...they are HUGE!
That looks like fun wish we had a farm like that around here.
Oh Yum.Those strawberries look fabulous... I've never been strawberry picking, there is a farm not that far from here but they are very strict and you can't eat and pick... which I understand, but there's no way the boys will!Were they delicious?
Can I just say YUM!!!! I love strawberry picking - roll on November (or perhaps December) - I think the Victorian ones are ready by then.
Ali, I think all strawberry Farms are strict about No Eating from the Patch! But it is hard to make the little ones understand, there is certainly no looking the other way when their mouths are still dripping juice and their shirts stained red! I just tell the pay lady that they gobbled up about 4 or 5 and to add that to the price, they usually let you off anyway! I recommend you take the boys, it's more fun then the EKKA! (Brisbane Show) Otherwise if you go strawberry picking at the end of the season they are usually a bit more lenient with the little eaters... :)They do look like apples Suzanne, they were huge! It didn't take many to fill our baskets!
Wow, big strawberries!!
OH WOW how amazing are those strawberries! They look lovely and plump.
Ooh, Yummy! We tried to visit a pick your own strawberry farm over summer but they were all closed due to flooding. Hopefully it will be a better season this year. I wish Winter meant strawberries in our neck of the woods! Happy munching. :)
What a great way to spend a day, hope they tasted as good as they look.
Oh boy those strawberries look good!!
Oh what beautiful berries, you have made me go and buy some extra seedlings to put in the patch!kim
That is amazing how those are planted. Looks like they really know their strawberries! We used to go to a pick your own raspberry place in WY. They would let you eat some : )
I can't believe it! We are planning to do this on the weekend. We drive past the strawberry farm EVERY day!
oh sigh !you are certainly in a warmer spot then us if picking giant strawberries like that :)The size of the one being "sampled for ripeness" is HUGE.What a treat.
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