It's nice to see yours waking up, Bill. Mine have been insomniacs this winter. They never went completely dormant. One seems to be determined to grow the first berry of the year, and has kept making a few blossoms at a time since the first of the year. It hasn't succeeded in making berries, yet; there have been no pollinators, and they've gone through two bouts of lower 20's night temperatures. All of the PAFs here are now pushing growth along their entire canes. They also seem to be starting new flower buds daily. There are now more buds on them than they had the entire previous season. There's a chance that I'll get more than one ripe berry from them this year.
Mine did not do well last year. The tips of canes and branches kept dying back.