There's a fun U-Pick-Em blueberry farm in Monitor (between Cashmere and Wenatchee) that I'd heard about for a year or two and kept forgetting to check out.
It's called Crazy Larry's Berries and it's run by a husband and wife team who have a lovely house and two big plots of blueberry bushes.
The kids and I picked up Charlene and headed out mid-morning on Saturday. When we got there, Larry's wife was handing out the buckets and actually walked the kids to the unpicked bushes and showed them how to choose ripe over unripe and pop them off the stem without squishing them. We learned about the different types of blueberries they grow and what each are good for such as eating, baking, etc.
Jensen basically went into each bush with his mouth wide open. His little bucket stayed half full the entire time because he either put handfuls into his mouth or dropped the two or three berries he actually did pick into my bucket instead.
Due to the weather being so hot early in the year, all of the fruit crop seasons were advanced. Normally, the berries wouldn't be ready for picking for another two weeks and suddenly this is the tail end of their season in early July.
I'm glad we took a chance and headed out when we did - they decided this would be the last weekend for picking since the crop was half sun burned and mostly picked over. Everything was half-price and we went home with a couple of pounds of blueberries to enjoy!