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Thread: WOW!!! Never seen a big one like that before!!

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    Super Member huntannette's Avatar
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    It`s wild strawberry picking time up here and thy are just starting out....went looking for some yesterday....believe me, my back won`t let me forget!! LOL This is one of my favorite passtimes...wild strawberry picking....this year thy are so hard to find....finaly yesterday i found these....never in 59 yrs have I seen some this big!!! amazing!!!

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    Those are HUGE!! I have never seen them that big either :D:D:D

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    incredible isn`t it???
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    Those are HUGE!! I have never seen them that big either :D:D:D

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    Yummy...I'll have a strawberry shake please!! :thumbup:

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    Where's the shortcake and the whipped cream! :-D

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    mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm as soon as I can afford to get a new oven!!! lol
    Quote Originally Posted by maryel
    Where's the shortcake and the whipped cream! :-D

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    Wow! Either the weather really agreed with them this season, or maybe some bees cross-pollinated them with domestic berries? They look delicious though!

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    at first i thought thy were domestic ones too, but this was at the end of a road way in the bush around a communication tower...almost impossible...lol just amazing!
    Quote Originally Posted by SparkMonkey
    Wow! Either the weather really agreed with them this season, or maybe some bees cross-pollinated them with domestic berries? They look delicious though!

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    I'll bet they were Tasty, too. :)

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    I used to pick strawberries for .05 cents a quart. I'm sure glad they were bigger than the ones you've been picking though. I would never earn a nickel. Are they sweet? Usually the smallest domestic strawberries are the sweetest. Good job.

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