We Often Get the Nicest Letters!

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“Dear Hazens,

I must say your emails are such a great joy. All the photos are beautiful. I love seeing the photos of the little ones with their little buckets. My greatest joy on your farm was when my daughter, son-in-law and I were finished picking berries and leaving the field and there was a tiny little guy with his bucket. He was so adorable but yet unsure what he was suppose to do. But I do know that special little bucket made him feel so important and a part of things. What a great touch providing the smaller buckets for the smaller clientele. Brings me back to the days when my three girls were tiny. I also love the photo of the lady in the hat looking through the plants. Whoever your camera person is has a great eye for a wonderful picture. The exchange student photos were so sweet. I bet they all had a wonderful time on your farm. All the photos are such a joy.
These emails and personal touches you put on them really gives your farm a community family feel. Keep up the great work. I feel there is no reason to ever think about another blueberry farm as yours is so personable and the people we met working all all so kind. Also, there’s the fact that your blueberries are bountiful and tasty and your farm beautiful. You should all be so very proud of your accomplishments. Thank you for providing such great berries and such a lovely setting with wonderful people.

Denise M.”

Sent from my iPad

3 thoughts on “We Often Get the Nicest Letters!

  1. Every word so true. Thank you for having such a wonder farm to come to with family and friends.

    Sent from Outlook

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  2. A really great comment from Denise, the sentiment, I’m sure, shared by many more people. I am still enjoying your blueberries…I froze many gallon bags of them. They are the best blueberries I’ve ever eaten. Thank you!

  3. I was so sad that last fall I was unable to pick berries there. Alas, this year I only have what is left over from the years before. We started coming to your farm when my granddaughter was 3 or 4 years old. We made it a tradition to go blueberry picking every year. She is now 16, and we have missed only two years. Hopefully I’ll be in the area next year so that I can go blueberry picking with her again. It was so cute when she was little, she would just chatter away while we were picking. It was a very special time for us to be together.

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