They look like blueberries, too. :)Don't know if I've seen anything like that, but I would love to try yours. :)
I haven't seen a wild huckleberry in 40 years! As a child we would gather them for my mother to make jam and muffins with. Great in pancakes : )
Oh I wish I was there picking and eating. I have never tried them before but they look so good. B
I've never seen huckleberries. I might not have known they were actual berries come to think of it...probs just thought it was Huckleberry Finn's name-coined by Mr. Twain and that's it. I need to get out more.
I haven't tasted them either, but I remember seeing bottles of huckleberry jam in our travels.
We used to pick them with the boys and then have huckleberry pancakes. Thanks for awakening a sweet memory!
I have never tried these, hum?! I do love me some blueberries though. :)Jules @ Trying To Get Over The Rainbow
I wish I was there picking them with you. I would have a blast.
they also look like Saskatoons.yummy!
We love huckleberries at our house.=)
MMMM YUMMY ! Wonderful photos ! Have a good day !
They look delicious! For some reason, I have a craving for fruit laden pancakes.
That may be the one berry I've never had Gail - but they look delicious. blessings, marlene
Brings back memories from my childhood of eating wild Huckleberries around our farm. Back then we didn't know anything about growing large tame blueberries,so those huckleberries were a treat when they got ripe.Blessings to youMarilyn
I love blueberries, but you know what, I don't think I've ever had huckleberries.
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