Well maybe it's not quit revenge and maybe I'm not exactly a vibram rock monster but all this talk about berries and being stuck in the valley was too much.
I decided to take the long way via Smithbrook Rd. to do a traverse of Poet's Ridge from Irving Pass to Whittier Peak-Mt.Jonathon-Mt.David and back.
Many, many "Sarahs" had been up on Smithbrook because the berries, they be gone.
Eventually reaching the trail I noted a few possibilities for picking on the way out if I made it out before dark that is.
[please replace next paragraph with soundtrack of grunting and sweat hitting the dust]
I managed my return two days later and proceeded to pick about a half a bear cannister of huckleberries.
Since I didn't need to be back until the next day I camped along the Little Wenatchee River at Soda Springs.[had the whole place to myself]
Realizing I wouldn't be baking any huckleberry muffins soon and knowing I couldn't top Sarah's anyway I offer you the Soda Springs Huckleberry Lemonade,
Carbonated Water from Soda Springs source
Organic Lemonade Mix
8 Huckleberries - 4 crushed, 4 thrown on top
Carry down to Little Wenatchee River, sip until sun disappears behind the Cascades.
[Any Northwest families that are going to be near Lake Wenatchee should take their kids up to Soda Springs Primitive Campground, the cabonated mineral water bubbles out of a spring, just mix in a powdered drink mix.]