This is my second year at Blueberry Acres. I am only able to put in a few hours a couple days a week as I am busier and cannot commit to more. The season lasts about 6 to 7 weeks. I drive folks to and from the fields in an air-conditioned bus (1 of 2) and have an absolute blast doing it. In fact, one would really not do this job for the money, I earn double doing bee inspections. But I have always liked being around happy people, and most that are getting on my bus are (if they're not, they are after they have to deal with me) :wink: :lol: :mrgreen: They have almost 200 acres, over 30 different varieties, and I believe they are the biggest producer of highbush blueberries in the Maritimes. (Over a million pounds if memory serves me). Every bush is hand pruned in the spring (takes a crew 8 to 10 weeks), use between 10 to 15 million gallons of water a year in irrigation, and while blueberries are technically self pollinating, they bring in over 250 colonies to ensure maximum fruit set.