Sap rising and maple syruping are signs of spring
I enjoy remembering my very first taste of genuine maple syrup. Looking back, I regret I didn't learn more about the process of collecting sap and making maple syrup. Nevertheless, every March the old pump house attached to our neighbor's barn smelled of burning wood and the mouth watering sweet aroma of boiling sugar maple sap.
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