Thickets of thornless Thimbleberry, Rubus parviflorus, covered clearings in the forest floor. Their 8 inch palmate leaves are soft and fuzzy. Composite bright red 2 inch tart fruit stand above the bush. Like other raspberries and blackberrires, the fruit is not a true berry, but numerous drupelets around a central core.
The unknown groups of blue colored berries sat above short plants that had leaves that reminded me of anemone plants, but they have seeds not fruits. The mystery remains.