Bob Megraw’s Blueberry Patch offer u-pic blueberries.
If I’m not visible upon your arrival, please ring the bell on the table. Then select a picking canister to hang from your neck, and a blue bucket to dump into. Then please wait for your picking row assignment. This is the only way the entire field can get picked in an organized manner. And please stay on your assigned row, and pick all of the ripe berries on a bush before moving to the next bush — yes, small ones too (this is for your own protection, septuagenarians can get really ugly on a bad day). Missed berries get over-ripe by the next time through, invite bug infestation, and create a mess for the next person picking. If you finish your row, please don’t wander, look me up so I can assign you another row.
Children : welcome only if they actually pick, and stay with you at your bush. Cruising around bothers other people, is unsafe, knocks off berries, and is a no-no. Some kids really like to pick, while others simply do not, and are bored (doesn’t mean they’re bad kids). Please consider this seriously when deciding whether or not to bring them. There are other patches better equipped for giving your little ones the fun experience of berry picking.