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  1. leaf (the indolent cook)

    No, I’ve not had huckleberries before, nor have I slept in a cute attic-loft thing, and I am deeply jealous!

  2. Lou

    Oh that little attic room, I swoon!

  3. Whispering Gums

    I loved all the different berries we tried in the us … One of my favourites, mainly for the way the word trips off the tongue was olallieberry. I believe I’ve tried huckleberry too …

    Love your attic. Reminds me of a similar place we stayed in … As in your dad and I … By the side of the Shenandoah River. Magic.

    You are having great experiences.

  4. Kari @ bite-sized thoughts

    Oh Hannah, I am in love with that room. And with the fact that you got to play at Laura Ingalls Wilder, and that you ate huckleberries :) I think you may have stepped into a children’s book. Stay and enjoy it for a while!

  5. Kirsty

    And here I was thinking a Huckleberry was a boy from Mississippi! What a lovely time you must be having. The smoothie looks i.n.c.r.e.d.i.b.l.e!

  6. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    Ooh I really want to try huckleberries! So are you now saying vee-hick-el all the time? :P

  7. Gabby @ the veggie nook

    All your travelling and you still manage to put up a recipe for us- you’re the best! I am so intrigued by the huckleberries!

    This location is just adorable- I feel like it’s my favourite so far!

  8. Johanna GGG

    I thought Huckleberry was Mrs Finn’s boy :-) Seriously that is very exciting to sleep in a loft and make huckleberry and plum smoothies (and have almond coconut milk for it). Plum is a favourite in smoothies here but they are from a shop because we don’t have ripe bursting sweet plums in our yard here :-)

  9. Silvia

    I want that smoothie! Huckleberries (or similar) are of my favoutite berries?

  10. Emma

    I want all of the Laura Ingalls Wilder lifestyle too, minus the locusts and the sister-gone-blind. And minus the endless references to Pa, who knows best. And I believe also there was an instance or two of children who should be seen and not heard. Minus that.

    PLUS PLUS PLUS a lovely loft, and beautiful huckleberries, and smoothies, and WWOOFers and landscapes and scenery and hot summer sunshine:)

  11. Choc Chip Uru

    That cute little bedroom, the scenery – you actually have stepped away from the normal jostling world – and loving it obviously :D

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

  12. Jasmine

    What a lovely room!! I’ve always wanted to have an attic room!

  13. Catherine

    Never in my life! But wild ‘more’ from our garden – blackberries? gooseberries? Which are a feast!

    Enjoy enjoy enjoy these mountain highs and lovely people!

  14. Winston

    Okay Hannah please don’t laugh at me but I had no idea huckleberry was actually a fruit. I have only heard of Huckleberry Hound before this hehehe… How do you go from Vegas to this? LOL. I could stay here for a whole week…! Provided alcohol is provided hahaha

  15. Hotly Spiced

    I haven’t tried huckleberries before but recently a blogger friend of mine in Canada went out and picked huckleberries and made a huckleberry pie and raved, raved, raved about it. I really want to try these. They do look like blueberries or blackcurrants. Would they be a bit like blackcurrants in flavour? That vertical staircase is yes, vertical. I wanted to be Laura when I was growing up and I wanted to be strong and mighty and give the general store’s daughter a piece of my mind – you know, the one with the ringlets xx

  16. CheezyK

    Oh, I have wanted an attic room ever since reading Milly Molly Mandy as a child … although given my open stair/ladder phobia I may have had trouble with this particular one.

    (P.S. Adding Carmel Valley to my ‘wish list’)

  17. Daisy@Nevertoosweet

    Ohh that’s such a nice room :) I’ve never had huckleberries ~ YUM! soooooo super jealous that you get to try all these things we don’t get here ~

  18. Heidi - Apples Under My Bed

    Huckleberry love! I so long to try a huckleberry. I see so many recipes for huckleberry cake and other such treats. Can I say huckleberry more? Yes. This huckleberry smoothie looks amazing. Want. Huckleberries.
    Heidi xo

  19. Ricki

    Whoo hoo! I’m honored that someone who was staying in an attic like that (and wore a head-torch!!) would submit to Wellness Weekend!! The smoothie is the least of the charms in this post. . . but grateful to have it. And glad you are having such an amazing journey! :)

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  22. Louise

    I’m way behind on reading your adventures. Headlamps and huckleberries! Sounds fun. Headlamps are never glamorous, but huckleberries look interesting. Very similar to the blueberries that I just had on my cereal. That second shot looks like the scenery from all those MASH episodes I’ve had to endure over time.

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