|The berries are way over on top of that hill, and I'm behind the others and still have a long way to go.|
|Tiny partridge (fox) berries growing over at Rocky Bay.|
|One of the Kehoe's garden in an open meadow down toward the woods.|
|Scarlet runner beans.|
|It's hard to believe that corn grows here, the season is so short.|
|A nice pumpkin.|
|The rocky beach below.|
Once on the coast we still had a long series of hills, up and down and over rocks, until we reached the meadow-like exposure high above the rocky beach.
|We're half way there, and I'm still standing.|
These berries are very tiny and although Claire picks them by hand, George uses a blueberry rake which I found more useful.
|George uses a blueberry rake to harvest the tiny berries.|
|On the way home, Dan, George and Claire, and I'm still behind.|
We didn't have time to pick the gallon I wanted, but luckily the Kehoes had picked some for me earlier.
|A gallon of partridge berries.|
I'm so happy to have had the chance to see the fox berries growing and to pick some. I did survive the two-mile (?) hike, but boy am I sore today. Thanks George and Claire for a unique experience.