Thursday, 6 August 2009

Huckleberry Still Life

Okay it's happened. Somebody finally revealed the whereabouts of their secret huckleberry patch. That, ladies & gentlemen, is the definition of a 'true' friend. This is just so exciting, I can hardly sit still to type. Of course, I cannot reveal the locale as it is now my top secret, and to add to the pleasure, there were saskatoon berries there as well. So, buckets were filled in a kind of obsessive-compulsive frenzy until we just had to stop. Blue food is so good. Mossimo and Bonnell, how do we love thee, let us count the ways, as we eat, eat, eat the elusive and lovely huckleberry (and the saskatoon).

6 comments:

Mareike said...

Mmmmmmh ... getting the munchies now :)

Eric said...

Will you be bringing some o'dem swell lookin' berries to SoDak... so we may enjoy them with you? Mmmmmm Maybe in some pancakes with Canadian maple syrup?? Yeah baby! :) Oh, and we can rack an egg over it too!! haha

Cowgirl said...

Sorry, Eric, no x-border fruit traffic. Do you want us to end up in 'berry prison'????

Joey & Rick said...

God makes the bestest food.... He makes all the "whole" foods you know....I wonder what the "forbidden" fruit was in the Garden... people have always thought an apple, but the Bible only says that it was "enticing", "inviting", and basically "irresistible", but it says nothing more than the word "fruit". Maybe Doc Holiday had something to say when he said,"I'll be your Huckleberry.".... Things that make you go...hhhmmm????....

Eric said...

Can't ya just bake it in pie then... please please!!! I can taste it now! mmmmmmm

Becca said...

Oh I'm jealous. I'm always searching when we go on hikes but haven't found any yet!

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