Early Evening Autumn walk

Mountain Ash

Mountain Ash

On an early autumn evening recently,  Patience and Hattie put on their wraps and went for a stroll. First they found some Mountain Ash berries – which are special to Hittys because the Original Hitty was supposedly made from Mountain Ash wood…

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Snowberries

Snowberries

Patience liked the waxy white Snowberries – they make a nice pop when you step on them in just the right way. She isn’t really ready to think about the weather they are named for! 

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Rosehips

Rosehips

Hattie rather admired the plump red rosehips…they are supposedly full of vitamin C and make a good tea.

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Blackberries

Blackberries

Some delicious Blackberries, which you can eat right off the vine!  Constance will want to know about these!

10 thoughts on “Early Evening Autumn walk

  1. What a fun little field trip. It could be quite amusing to see Hittys stepping on snow berries – it would be more of a jump I think and might involve some log rolling foot skills too.

  2. How interesting that you have blackberries ripening now…..ours are ready to pick in July. My girls are now inspired to go out looking for what berries might be hiding out there for them to find. Raccoon grapes for sure!
    Lovely photos with your lovely wooden girls. Would like to be walking with you and them!!

  3. I am looking for Hitty friends…..Love your blog! I recreated my very own Hitty doll…you can read about her at my blog…nice to meet you friend. shelleysvintagevariety.blogspot.com

  4. Mountain Ash Berries, Snow Berries, Red Rosehips – Thanks for letting us know about these berries. Eating those blackberries straight off the vine must be delicious.

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