Monday, May 18, 2009

Living is Easy with Eyes Closed

It's Spring time in the Triangle and you know what that means: STRAWBERRIES! Whether you find yours at the Farmers' Market or you head out and pick your own, the time to do it is now.


Linus's playgroup ventured to a local farm right here in Durham County where the berries were sweet, the weekday crowds small, and the picking cheap. At $1.35 per pound, you can afford to be greedy.

Grab your buckets, baskets, and rainboots (if it's just rained) and get yourself to a farm.


They won't even mind if you taste a few.


Of course, the kids may be enthralled with the farm machinery far more than the berries but you'll be pleased either way.


Cross-posted at Triangle Mamas.



3 comments:

Out-Numbered said...

Here in NYC we pick ours at the local Bodega. Yuck!

Green Girl in Wisconsin said...

I can't wait! My patch is full of little flowers--a harvest in a month!

Jen said...

Very Cute! MIL and I are going picking next week, can't wait!