Four-year-olds Kensey Kaney, left, and her friend, Luna Rangel, both of Bluffton, run in pursuit of even more daffodils at the Three Sisters Farm U Pick Daffodils field. Kensey said she planned to pick "at least a hundred" of the flowers before she was through. The field on Calhoun Plantation Road in greater Bluffton was open for business on Saturday for the second weekend of 2013. "We're early this year," said farmer Chuck Merrick, "last year we opened Feb. 14." Merrick said the field will be closed to allow more daffodils to blossom before reopening again next Saturday.
Four-year-olds Kensey Kaney, left, and her friend, Luna Rangel, both of Bluffton, run in pursuit of even more daffodils at the Three Sisters Farm U Pick Daffodils field. Kensey said she planned to pick "at least a hundred" of the flowers before she was through. The field on Calhoun Plantation Road in greater Bluffton was open for business on Saturday for the second weekend of 2013. "We're early this year," said farmer Chuck Merrick, "last year we opened Feb. 14." Merrick said the field will be closed to allow more daffodils to blossom before reopening again next Saturday. File/The Bluffton Packet
Four-year-olds Kensey Kaney, left, and her friend, Luna Rangel, both of Bluffton, run in pursuit of even more daffodils at the Three Sisters Farm U Pick Daffodils field. Kensey said she planned to pick "at least a hundred" of the flowers before she was through. The field on Calhoun Plantation Road in greater Bluffton was open for business on Saturday for the second weekend of 2013. "We're early this year," said farmer Chuck Merrick, "last year we opened Feb. 14." Merrick said the field will be closed to allow more daffodils to blossom before reopening again next Saturday. File/The Bluffton Packet

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