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3 thoughts on “Picking Strawberries!”

  1. Julie Skinner says:

    I went on Sunday in Sequim Washington. Picked 20 lbs. And I tried the vinegar soak to see if they’d stay fresh longer. So far, so good! The hard part with picking berries is stopping when your bucket’s full! :)

  2. Kraig-Donna Thayer says:

    Amish strawberry shortcake supper with pie and ice cream June 27th in St Anna fireman’s park. (Near Elkhart Lake). Fundraiser for the local Amish schools. Fun outing, not sure if Michele Luebke is going his year.

  3. Wendy Zeimantz says:

    Most of my strawberries got eaten by the slugs. I will have to go pick some.

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