Blackberrying on the Fife Coastal Path

It’s been a while since I went blackberrying, but Amanda remembered from one of her earlier visits that the coastal path at the top of the village would be worth a visit at this time of year.  Clever girl ! 🙂

There’s nothing like fresh blackberries or a glass of fresh blackberry juice, especially when you’ve done all the hard work yourself.


Amanda blackberrying

Amanda blackberrying

Our blackberries

Our blackberries

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5 Responses to “Blackberrying on the Fife Coastal Path”

  1. sharplesoh Says:

    I have been blackberrying this year and have made jam, ice cream and just froze some for later use 🙂

  2. c Says:

    Wow. Looks delicious. I’m jealous.

    • honorarynewfie Says:

      All gone now 😉

  3. eideard Says:

    Is that alkaline soil at the blackberries?

    My honey plans on planting raspberries next spring – instead of the blueberries I’d prefer – because of our alkaline earth.

    • honorarynewfie Says:

      Hi Ed,
      I have no idea about the soil type. It’s on the top of the cliff by the sea above an old coal mining area. As far as I know blackberries (being brambles) will grow just about anywhere, especially where you don’t want them.
      Stay safe.


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