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Blueberries by the handfuls

By Sean D. Elliot

Publication: theday.com

Published August 05. 2014 7:30PM   Updated August 06. 2014 9:28AM
Sean D. Elliot/The Day
Six-year-old Pete Armstrong, left, goes blueberry picking with his grandmother Donna Olsen; sisters, Megan, 7, third from left, and Lily, 10, and his mother, Tara Armstrong, not in photo, at Holmberg's Orchard in Gales Ferry Tuesday, August 5, 2014.

Ledyard - Three generations of the Olsen and Armstrong families picked blueberries at Holmberg's Orchard in Gales Ferry Tuesday. Pick-your-own blueberry season is in the final week at Holmberg's with picking times Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday mornings. 

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