Today it was hot, but we needed to harvest the blueberries. What all can you see here? Well, the mode of transportation to the lottie--on the right top. An ancient parasol that is still going strong to shield us from the hot sun while picking. We had to remove and replace some of the curtains that we have on the bushes for protection against birds. The little orange thing is my Bride's work stool. It has a round bottom which allows here to move in any direction whilst working. You can see an woolly grass path that needs mowing, the developing green manure on the foreground and some blow-in Veronica bonariensis in the fence-row. And overseeing it all, the always optimistic Smiley on the greenhouse door. The red blueberry bush: Here they are--the pink blueberries. "Pink Lemonade". We have it covered in such a way that we can open the curtains on top and just peel it downwards, and then slide the two sides back up and clip them together again. Easy-peasy. We harvested the last of the blue blueberries today as well and will jam the two types together. We will jam these beauties in a couple of days when the weather cools a bit.