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Origin of “I’m Your Huckleberry”

Have you ever pondered where the saying, “I’m your huckleberry” came from and what it actually means? Maybe you remember the line that was made famous by Val Kilmer in the movie:  “Tombstone”.  But where did he get the phrase? Victoria Wilcox:  The Art of Story website shares some information on the topic: I’m Your […]

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Huckleberries or Blueberries?

Most of us in the Rocky Mountain region who pick huckleberries are most familiar with the vaccinium membranaceum or commonly called, mountain huckleberries!  But how do you know if you are picking or eating  huckleberries or blueberries? Author of the blog, Patches Thru shares her conversation with some Native Americans who helped her identify huckleberries: “There […]

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