Monday, August 3, 2009

Ruby Tuesday-Wild Berries

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My Father and I were going to cleaning out the weeds. When we looked behind the shed and found Wild Berries! Years ago I thought I saw some Blackberry vines. However I never saw them again. In 2008 We had some Disease Trees removed. The Berries must have taking off after that.


If you look close you can see the fully ripened blackberries

23 comments:

  1. Those look delicious and are a little bit similar to Finnish raspberries :)

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  2. they look delicious, those ripened ones. i'd probably be eating them fast:D my RT is up too.

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  3. Ripe and sweet are these berries, the tart and sugar balancing against each other. A pie or tart might be in order, but better yet, a treat all by themselves!

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  4. I just noticed this morning that we have berries like this growing in our yard.

    I hope they're not poisonous! I'm kinda afraid to try them.

    Happy Ruby Tuesday ~

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  5. What a delightful surprise! I love picking wild berries and eating them too ;--)
    Hugs and blessings,

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  6. oh, look so delicious, it is a joy to have wild berry sprout in our yard.

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  7. I think I can smell cobbler baking in the oven pretty soon! :)

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  8. Wow raspberries! And they look yum! =P~

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  9. So yummy! are you going to pluck them?

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  10. Got cream?!!?!!!!

    My RT is posted. And just above is a unscientific poll you may want to cast your 'vote'. Happy Tuesday.

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  11. You may have to fight the birds for those little delicious red gems.... I hope you're the winner!

    http://www.moorebloglife.com/2009/08/04/ruby-tuesdayhuevo-bonito/

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  12. They look so red and delicious. Thanks for visiting my RT. :)

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  13. Wow, fresh berries! May I have some?

    Mine are here and here.

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  14. :You are my current Heroine!
    You gave me a name for my butterfly mystery. Thanks so much.
    I love your wild red berries.

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  15. Ummm...looks good. Maybe in a few more weeks you'll have tons of ripe berries for picking! Thanks for visiting my RT post...hi from Norcal.

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  16. They are selling blackberries at my supermarket these days. I love them. Okay Auntie E, send me your home address and I'll send you a Ruby Tuesday little RED lighthouse postcard! :)

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  17. Oh BTW, Auntie E, my nephews call me "Auntie M." :)

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