Where the Wild Blueberries Are

PARKER POND, Maine: Looking back at my summer now that the weather is getting colder, these pics I meant to post in July. These blueberries grow wild on the lake islands in Maine. This particular body of water, is a glacier lake about 30 minutes outside of Augusta. It is a pretty magical place. The berries stayed small and green later than usual due to the cloudy June and July weather this year. But all the rain made them plump and juicy once they finally were ready to be picked.
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