Where have all the blueberries gone? 


 You can just sit on a hummock and listen to the sound of swinging trees an watch as the forest dances to the rythm of the wind. It’s beautiful.

With high hopes we went to Sipoonkorpi National Park early this saturday morning, and came out with just a handfull of blueberries, but even more relaxed and vibrant.

Blueberry season is at it’s peak right now in Finland. Were lucky enough to live in a place were in our near forest, just a couple hundred meters from our doorsteps, are plenty of those superberries that we have collected to preserve for the winter. But it seems that the national parks around Helsinki have attracted so many berry pickers, that all you can find are bare twigs.

The Sipoonkorpi National Park itself is very beautiful. It’s near Helsinki but far enough that you can just sit on a hummock and listen to the sound of  swinging trees an watch as the forest dances to the rythm of the wind. It’s beautiful.
Today we took the Byabäcken nature trail on the northern part of Sipoonkorpi. The trail is well kept and with beautifull landscapes, i took some pictures for you.

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  1. Sartenada says:

    Around in Mikkeli, we had blueberries.

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