A walk in the countryside in the autumn can soon fill your cupboards if you know what to pick and don’t mind imperfections and insects!

I was tempted to follow in Cee’s and David’s footsteps and make this a numbers of a kind, however whilst I could count the apples and blackberries, I couldn’t actually make up my mind how many hawberries there were. So instead I have reverted to my original title as we were foraging at the time, and look I even found the spirits section!

Almost Sloe Gin!

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106 thoughts

    1. Really is πŸ˜€

      ooh fingers crossed i count correctly!! I missed a non square yesterday on another post so beginning to think I am losing it!!!


  1. Those sloes look delicious. I pick blackberries, raspberries and wimberries as I walk, but am a bit more reluctant with apples. I finally scrumped one from under a tree I had been watching the other day. They were all just falling and being left to rot. It was opposite the backs of a row of houses growing on the edge of a wild, quite boggy patch, awkward enough to get to that nobody had bothered. I felt 30% naughty for taking it and 70% pleased that at least one of the apples was going to be eaten.

    Here’s mine for today: https://susanrushton.net/2020/10/15/wild-foxgloves-digitalis-purpurea/


  2. I really enjoy the walk in the countryside! Here we have the farms that open their doors for the picking up season. We pay a small fee, get a basket and harvest as much as we can. It starts in the spring with the berries and ends now in the fall with the pumpkins, potatoes…., but not this year! The pandemic has ended with this kind of fun!

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