Caitlyn plowed through the fields like she was picking money off of trees. At one point, I looked up and she and her bucket were about a half acre ahead of us. All we could see was blond curls bouncing above rows of green plants. When she finished filling her bucket and wondered back in our direction, we had to go through the strawberries in much the same way we examine Halloween candy after the big trek. Needless to say, a few of her pickings were chucked back into the plants. She was very proud of her loot so we had to do the chucking when she was busy telling Logan how to do his job.
Logan amused us by going, but he wasn't quite as enthusiastic about it. We gave him the big bucket to fill and about half way into it, he was sick of looking through the plants, and being on the lookout for bees. When Nathan took Reagan back to the car to clean off the strawberries from her face, hands, neck, and clothes, Logan took the opportunity to go back to the car and "help dad." My guess is there was more eating strawberries than there was helping, but he is pretty into being dad's buddy right now.