Monday, July 5, 2010

Nature's Bounty & Patriotic Puppy on The 4th of July!

The rush for berries is on:  nature's bounty at its best. Wild Maine blueberries and red raspberries are ripening and ready for picking.

Add to your favorite breakfast cereal, yum! My favorite is on oatmeal with walnuts, cinnamon and yogurt.

After the berry picking, cookouts, swimming, boating and card games; a meaningful end to the day with
 fireworks on the lake.

Odessa - Patriotic Puppy

Happy Fourth of July!


Judy Goddard said...

Hi Cathy.

My sister lives in Phillips, Me. The nearest "big" town is Farmington, I think.

I've never heard her call moose swamp donkies. I'll have to ask her about it.

She owns a B&B with yoga studio and boutique. Do you know any Mainers who make goats milk soap that might be interested in selling in her shop?


My Shining Lights said...

I so enjoyed seeing your Maine 4th of July celebration! Especially the sweet dog with the flag. Here in the far Northern though Midwest Minnesota we had a lovely day with family, and friends, a water soaking with the kids and some grownups. We shared the day with a dear friend and her two little ones whose husband was just deployed this past week. It puts into perspective this day of freedom that we celebrate and those who are bravely keeping our land free! Brats on the grill and watermelon where a few of the food specialties. Then off to enjoy the fireworks in Grand Forks, ND on the banks of the river.

melissa said...

Hello there! Just wanted to let you know that I love your blog. You are very creative and make really cute things. I'm a graphic designer and love having that creative outlet. I would love for you to check out my blog and let me know what you think.

Babbidge Patch said...

Hi Ladies,

Judy, I don't know of goat milk soap makers, but I wonder if you search on etsy by etsy maineteam?

Phillips and Farmington area is a fabulous area~ love traveling up that way, too!

Jo, the 4th is such a meaningful holiday!

Melissa, off to visit your site :)

Thanks for stopping in,

sitting oh so pretty said...

Sounds wonderful!!!

Impossible Alice said...

Fresh rasberries and blueberries = YUM!!