Jennifer Houghton

Jennifer Houghton is a yoga & fitness teacher, blogger, and green homesteader living in the British Columbia mountains. She spends most of her days chopping wood, digging dirt, learning to fix things, and babying her 3 cats. She's very keen on furry creatures and the smell of balsam fir trees.

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10 Comments

  1. Isis- Little Mountain Haven
    Isis- Little Mountain Haven November 6, 2014 at 9:12 AM .

    Love thimbleberries! We have huge patches of them all the way both sides up the mountain trail. Our 4 year old won’t even touch a raspberry because she’s been raised on thimbleberries every summer 🙂

  2. Shanice
    Shanice August 22, 2014 at 8:12 AM .

    Very cute indeed! Thank you for sharing this post at City of Creative Dream’s City of Links last Friday! I appreciate you taking the time to party with me. Hope to see you again this week 🙂

  3. Angie
    Angie August 19, 2014 at 5:42 AM .

    This fantastic post is being featured on my blog as part of Tuesdays with a Twist blog hop! : http://www.godsgrowinggarden.com/2014/08/time-to-link-up-tuesdays-with-twist_19.html
    Thanks
    Angie

  4. Kristin
    Kristin August 18, 2014 at 1:24 PM .

    Great post – I’ve never heard of thimbleberries -learned something new 🙂 Thanks for sharing on Wildcrafting Wednesdays! I hope you’ll join us again and share more of your awesome posts.
    http://www.herbanmomma.com

  5. Marla
    Marla August 18, 2014 at 10:02 AM .

    Never heard of these berries before. Pie looks delicious. Thanks for sharing on Real Food Fridays blog hop.

  6. Helen Fern @ Pleasures of the NW
    Helen Fern @ Pleasures of the NW August 16, 2014 at 7:07 AM .

    I have a bush in my front yard! They grow everywhere here in Oregon. Thanks for such a great article about these yummy little treats

  7. Millie
    Millie August 13, 2014 at 7:09 AM .

    They are cute! Thanks for sharing at Simple Lives Thursday.

  8. Rebecca
    Rebecca August 10, 2014 at 3:23 PM .

    I love thimbleberries! We always picked them when we were visiting my family up in the northern most part of Michigan. My aunt made tons of thimbleberry jam. So delicious! Thanks for sharing.

  9. Vickie
    Vickie August 6, 2014 at 10:29 PM .

    aha! So that’s what they are called! I have see these before while hiking through the mountains here in California. Since I wasn’t sure they were edible, I didn’t try any, but now I will. Thanks!

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