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"I love our berry pie mummy!"

So with my recent promise to myself to do ‘less thinking more creating’ I’ve taken a new approach to what constitutes ‘creativity’. Of course I want to knit, sew, draw and paint but it’s not every day that this can happen and surely ‘creativity’ doesn’t need to be limited to these disciplines? 249 more words

Family Time Fruit Picking at Sakaguchi Noen Farm - Wakayama

What can be a better family activity than picking fruits? This is absolutely something that doesn’t exist in Singapore anymore with her rapid modernization and an exceptional experience to back-to-the-basics for city-dwellers like us. 445 more words


Hip hip hurray for roses!

As summer draws to a close and autumn approaches, one of the pleasures here is foraging for edibles. From mid-July until October time, Norwegians love to pick their own wild berries and fungi. 622 more words

Best laid plans

About a month ago, I called up the fruit picking farm I had applied to, to find out how my application was going (que staying up until 1am so I could call them during their few reception opening times!) They informed me that I was applying pretty early considering I would only be available in September, and asked me to email for a ring back date on the 25th August. 297 more words

Gap Year

Fruit-Picking at Watkins Family Farm

My family has gone mandarin picking for a few years now, partly because it’s my sisters favourite fruit of all time and partly because it’s just a great bonding activity. 138 more words

Australian Adventures

My Farm Work Experience in Bundaberg

It was the evening of July 19, 2014, more than 6 weeks after I arrived at Australia, with almost no luck on whatever things I did – Lucas and I were leaving… 1,526 more words



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In June, I went strawberry picking with a group of friends at Terhune Orchards. It took around an hour and a half from New York City and costs us four dollars each to get a basket to pick strawberries. 480 more words